Bleeding love

I have never thought that I will go through that kind of love and when I recall the past time with him, I feel that my heart is bleeding all the time. In the view of my friend, we are the best couple and will marry with each other in the near future. But the fact is that we have to say goodbye to each other because he tells me that he does not love me and the World of Kung fu Gold as before. As for the reasons, he says that his parents reject the communication with me. At the same time, his parents do not like their son to keep in touch with the net game and blame me of bring him to the net bar to surf online with the WoKf gold. In other words, if he goes on staying with me, he will become bad because in their mind, I am not a good girl.Facing the dirty words from his parents, I have nothing to argue with them because they will never understand my sad mood. To tell the truth, it is me to introduce the net game to him and ask him to play with me. However, I am not willing to accept the idea that I am not a traditional girl because I have never done something wrong for him. Since I fall in love with him, I decide to go against my parents and refuse to follow their opinions that I should leave him without any excuse. Although I give up the intimate relationship with my parents, I have not thought that he says goodbye to me.I do not consider what has happened between us is so surprising that I do not have time to guess whether he loves me. Out of care, my friends find me and persuade me not to cry for him because he can not afford the tears. To my lucky, I get a lot of help from the players in the game by the cheap World of Kung fu Gold. They tell me that if I feel sad, I can share the bad feeling with them. Besides, they promise that they are willing to send me some World of Kung fu money to enjoy myself in the unreal world of the game. Indeed, I gradually learn to forget everything about him and do my best to make new friends with some strange people who can buy World of Kung fu Gold to let me happy.By now, when I recall him, I will tell myself that the bleeding love disappears from my life for ever.

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