Early in the morning four men stop working for a second to celebrate their friend Fu’s recovery from lumbago. Fu strikes a bargain with them. To celebrate his new lease on life, he’ll do the one thing that’s always terrified him: driving the charged forklift himself. But if he does, all of them will also do something they always swore they’d never do. Something that is scary or difficult or that they’ve always said they were going to do but haven’t. Bang, wrapped up in the needs of his family, is challenged not to mention one of them for a whole day. Ji moves from his birthplace to Peru to take over the running of an Avocado company. And Piao tests the limits of his freedom and his language, in a journey that begins with the small but endlessly difficult act of saying „No“.