Wow: I really love you

There are a lot of friends around me in the game. I like to play the game and I want to know more friends through playing the game. I know you also in the game and we often play the game together, I really love you. I want to see you every day, so I go to upgrade to gain my energy to earn the wow gold to give you. I want to gain your energy too. I like playing the game in order to play with you. I love you very much and I like to see you and chat with you. When I chat with you I will feel I am very happy and I have no pressure. I can know a lot of friends in the game and I do not be lonely ever. Many friends often give me a lot of World of Warcraft Gold, I thank them very much. So I will play the game after work every day, one side I wanto meet you in the game and the other side I want to realsae myself.Today, when I play the game I will miss you, I remember our happy times and we have done some things once together. I teach you how to buy wow gold while playing the game and how to fight the monsters. I like to teach you and I want to play with you forever, you say that you also want to play with me together. I find that I really love you.However, as long as I play the game I will go to earn warcraft gold to gain myself, because I want to protect you from the monsters and I want that you do not be hurt by them. I do not know that why I want to do this, I think that I just love you and I want to do some things for you only. Because I lplay the game that I know you so I love you and I will play the game forever.But some day I will leave, and I do not want to leave you. I want to live with you together. However, the fact is cruel, we should face it. So now I want to give you some cheap wow gold to say that I really love you. I will come back to look for you some day, please believe me.I love you and I do not want to leave you. But I will also play the game forever and I do not give up playing it. 

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