RF: never say good bye

China is a country which is famous for polite. So as we are a Chinese we should know what is polite and how to keep polite as usual. Such as we should say hello and smile to a person who are acquaint with you on the road. On the other hand, when you begin to leave your friends to home, you should say good bye to them then go. I know a place which we do not need to say good bye to leave, it is in the game that we do not know each other. Only know their rf gold and the appearance in the game. Every time when I want to leave the game, I only need to drop out the game and do not say bye to the others in the game. But sometimes I will say bye to them if I have something to do in a hurry.


Most of the time when I was uses my rf online gold to buy some weapons or tools in order to fluent my play in the game, I will choose the best and use the least money. Someone who sees my strong weapons will run away without say good bye. So I think I am a clever person in the game because of I have played it for many years. It is just like the person in the world who has more experiences can deal with the problems well.

I like rf money, so before I begin to play this game, I have known it very well, and I have asked many old play. So I can manage it well and can get back some of my rf cp in a short time. I think the preparation before you decide to do a thing is very important. Sometimes may determine your final result.

It is the same as the polite to the others is also important. If you also say this words, others will have a good impression on you, then they will think you are a person who is value to make friends, if that, when you have no cheap rf gold sometimes, they may help you and even give you some. So you must not have the idea that you do not need to say good bye to the others, sometimes the two words good bye may help you so much in your life, may be have some benefits to your career.

It is still good to keep polite.

 

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