It is he spend a boring day with me

 What a fine day is it? But who can have an excited day with me? So I am not very happy because no one can play the game RS with me. And I have called every friend. But they all said that they had prepared something before I called them, so I am so boring now, and I just have nothing to do. I walked from here to there, bringing my runescape gold, thinking what I should do now, and where should I go?Just when I am sitting on the ground near a garden, I see a boy sitting not far away from me. I suddenly come up with an idea. Then I come to him and say: can you play games with me?     Who are you? He answered me with a surprise.Maybe you do not know who I am, I just want to make friends with you, and my name is Victor, what is your name?My name is Dowen, glad to make friend with you, and what game do you want I play with you?RS RS?What is it?Maybe I can tell you something first, you need to buy runescape money to enter the game, then in it you will be a person, but you also need to use the money you bought first and to change them to rs gold, then you can buy some tools you will used in the game.But how much money do I need to play this game?Not too much, it just depends on you, if you want to buy some well tools, maybe you will need much cheap rs gold, but if you do not. You will not any money.Ok, I want to have a try, let us go.Ok, go now. I am very happy that he can agree.After reach the internet cafes, we both find a computer and sit down.Begin, I shout loudly with a smile.But not long later, his money has be used all, he consider that he has die and can not go on, he looks disappointed.I laugh happily and say: do not lose your heart; you are not dying, just have not gold.Oh? What should I do now?Very simple, you just need to buy runescape.What to buy?Just presses this button, then press start, then you can play continue.OkWe still play two hours after that, at last, we leave there with a happy mood.From that time, we become friends and always play games together.  

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