Go against the promise.

He has left me finally and will never appear on the screen of the computer because of some farfetched reasons. One rainy day, he arranged an appointment with me to say that he had some words to tell me. Perhaps, I have felt something unhappy will happen and the weather was raining all the time so I refused to go out for his date. However, he said nothing but went to my home directly. When he reached my living place, he caught with the rain and the whole was wet completely. Watching his situation, I laughed out and gave him a towel to in order not to let him catch cold. After finishing drying his body, he became very serious and said sorry to me. On hearing his words, I kept silent and can not understand what his meaning was. In the following, he told me that he would marry with another girl in one month. I can not believe my ears and the tears started going down from the eyes. Why? Do not you love me and forget the promise that you give me? I request that he should give me a clear answer. He seemed very sad but still told me that his parents had introduced another girl to him and hoped that he would marry her as his wife. Then he walked out of my house and disappeared in the rain. Since he said goodbye to me, I am the only one to spend time in the game with the rohan crone and wish this method can reduce the pain that he brings me. In the unreal world, I learn how to communicate with different people by the rohan gold and make lots of friends there. Some of them seem better than him to give me their rohan online crone for free. Besides, they usually listen to my story and provide some good ideas with me to help me go through that hard time.Maybe, the time can cure my hurt and I feel that he is not as important as before. Besides, by playing the net game, I make good use of the rohan money to choose another life for me because I meet another boy in the game. He has the same experience as mine and I will not put all the eggs in one basket. If you have played the net game with the rohan online gold, you will understand my meaning well. 

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