Originally Posted by Keyser Söze
Put down a pre-order for Friday's UK release at GAME. Was an interesting conversation with the cashier. He offered me the "limited edition Stone Cold" copy of the game, but I refused and told him I wasn't a mark. Then he and a couple others get worried looks, and I explain to them for a little bit what the definition of "mark" is, within the mysterious lands I come from.
Always have fun tiemz with GAME cashiers
Hooray for elitist fans. You just bought a WWE video game. You are, for all intents and purpose, a mark. You spent money on the product, which by definition makes you a mark. It drives me nuts when fans like you try to make yourselves sound important by claiming to not be a "mark". It's not a bad word. ANY fan of wrestling is a mark. Plain and simple. Deal with it.