RS: the process I depend on him

At the first time he aspire after me, I did not love him very much, because of his honest and impressments and also his kind, I comply him to be his girlfriend. He was so happy that time and he told me he will look after me all my life. I was inspired and tears come down that time. The next time, I gradually find him likes the runescape gold which is his favorite game. It is heard from one of his good friend. He never told me he likes it and I never see him play the game in front of me.

Then one day I ask him if he likes to play the game RS, he is surprise to see me and ask what I can know this. I smile and do not tell him. He tells me he really likes the game and he also have some rs gold, but till the time he promise me to look after me, he decided to give up the game and pay his attention to me.


I never thought in his heart I am such important to him. Actually, he treats me very well these times. But I never treat him well and do not strict to our relationship. From now on, I decide to carefully to regard our relationship. I also want to give back his runescape money in order that he will not give up his likes.

The action I will do is not because I love him very much but I want to respond his kind to me. And I do not let him sacrifice so much on me. Maybe now it is unvalued. At the beginning, I should know something about the game, and then I should buy runescape to learn how to play the game. When the time is ripe, I will show my skill on the game, I would say to him I want to play the game, if he loves me, he must play with me. So that my purpose will come true and on the other hand, he will get back his game.

Two weeks later, I go to find him and take him together with me to a place, I let him bring his cheap rs gold with him. Though he can not understand me, he still does as me. Then I tell him I want to play the game RS, he asks me whether I can play it. I say I can.

When we are in the game we work together and play very well, I can see he is very happy in this game and a little attractive, I think I nearly love him and a little depend on him.

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