priston tale: a understanding father

As we all know, we will happy in our birthday. Today is my birthday; so I have a happy mood because I will get a lot of birthday presents from my mother, my father, and my friends and so on. Above all, my family will open a big birthday party for me.


In the morning I go to school as usual, when in the afternoon I get home, my house is be decorated very beautiful and some of my friends have come, they all show their gifts to me, I am very happy to see their presents. At last, my father show me his special present to me, when I open the box, I am very surprised by his gift. It is the priston tale Gold, I just can not believe this because my father always objects me to play this game.

Surprise, is not it. My father asked.

I nod my head: yes, very surprise, dad why you buy this gift for me?

Because I want you be happy. He says.

But

Do not say anything, see, I have bought you so much, so I think you do not need to buy priston tale Gold these days.

I was inspired by his gift.

Then he say, I know you love to play the game priston tale, maybe once I can not permit you to play, in order that you can concentrate your mind on study, but today is your birthday, so I wish you can laugh happily, I came up with this idea, I consider that you can use these priston tale Money instead of yourself save your pocket money to buy them.

Thank you very much dad.

You are welcome. But I want to attention you, you can not play at the time of study, if that I will get all of the game gold back. He smile

Yes, I will obey myself very strictly. I answer

Then we all have a very exciting birthday party today, especially me.

The party is end, after all my friends go home, I rushed to my bedroom quickly, look at my cheap priston tale Gold and begin to fantasy something in the game. A moment later, I go to asleep and enter my beautiful dream.

The next day I run to the school, open my favorites, they are all very admire me and admire my father, also they invite me to take part in their game group, and went to the internet café to have a game match.

 

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