ROSE: we all use card
In the past, our society is not very rich; people do not have many cash in their body. If some of them have much money, maybe they have a better work than other farmers. But most of the farmers do not have a comfortable life because of the poor. So they do not need any card to save their money to it, if they want to save, they can go to the credit union.
Nowadays, it is the card era I think. First if we want to save some money to the bank, we can get a card, by this small card, you can get money easily or if you think you are not safe with so much money when you are going to shopping. You may not need to take so much cash in your pocket, you only just need to take this card with you, if it is lost or stolen by other, and it does not matter, because every card has a password. Second, many supermarkets now use some VIP card in order that they can promote consume. The VIP can buy some of the goods with a cheaper price. Third, the game cards, such as the hero game card, just like the bank card. We save some money in it, and then we can change them into Rose zuly online. If we are playing this game online when suddenly we do not have rose zulie, we can buy some through this card. We can still borrow it to the others. Firth is the ID card, we use it to prove our status, if others do not believe who we are, you can show your ID card to him or her, and then they will know your real status. Fifth is the food card, once we use money to buy some foods in school, sometimes it is too noisy, but with the appearance of card, we all use the card to have our lunch, no matter how much we eat, the worker will decrease how much. I think it just like a game card, when we do not have many money in it, we can not buy any rose online zuly.
Let us say back to the game card, because I think game card is more popular, because we use a game card to buy rose online zulie, particularly when through the internet. We can still add our money by play games well, if that our game card will have more Arua ROSE zuly than before, that is the excited time we all feel.
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