"I'm still hungry," Su Yu said stubbornly.
At this time, Ah-Xin walked out of the kitchen feeling slightly embarrassed, "Sir, the last two bowls of ramen have been purchased by the two customers here. There aren't enough noodles for another bowl. It will take around twenty minutes for me to knead the dough. Is that okay?"
"No, I can't wait," Su Yu rejected Ah-Xin's offer right up front.
"Oh, so what should we do?" Ah-Xin looked rather baffled.
Su Yu glanced over at Huo Mian and Qin Chu, stubbornly taking out his wallet and pulling out two hundred yuan, "Give me their noodles, I can pay you extra. It's two yuan per bowl, right? I will give you two hundred, so give me their bowls."
"Sir, it's not a matter of money. They are our regular customers, it's against policy..."
"My words are the policy," Su Yu argued with Ah-Xin, unwilling to admit defeat.
"Ah-Xin, you can give him my bowl. I can share with Huo Mian," Qin Chu said.
"Mr. Qin, won't that be a bit..." Ah-Xin really appreciated Qin Chu's offer, but at the same time, he felt terrible that this was happening to his customer.
"It's not a problem," said Qin Chu; he clearly didn't mind.
However, before Ah-Xin could say anything else, Su Yu got up, "Mr. Qin is sure generous. If you can give your noodles to me, would you be willing to give away other things as well?"
"Just the noodles, and that still has to depend on my mood. Other things? Don't even think about it," Qin Chu said coldly.
"Haha and here I am, thinking you're generous. You are a cheapskate after all." Su Yu chuckled.
"Stop being so immature, Su Yu. If you're done with your noodles than get the hell out. Stop looking for trouble here." The moment Huo Mian walked in, Su Yu had been looking for trouble. She couldn't take it anymore now that he was giving Qin Chu a hard time.
Su Yu glanced over at Huo Mian, wanting to say something, but he held his tongue...
Wei Liao pulled on Su Yu's arm, "C'mon, let's go. We have some business elsewhere."
Finally, Su Yu stopped his bickering with Qin Chu and followed Wei Liao out...
"Su Yu's like that, don't worry about him. He can be very much like a kid when he's acting immature," Huo Mian said to Qin Chu.
"Okay," Qin Chu nodded and said nothing else.
A ramen date went wrong, all thanks to Su Yu...
At least Qin Chu didn't ask Huo Mian any follow-up questions, so she stopped worrying about the incident.
- Next morning -
Huo Mian drove her car to work. When she arrived at South Side, she noticed that her office was covered in red roses. Rows and rows of roses, at least several thousands of them scattered around the entire office.
"What is all this?" Huo Mian looked confused.
"I'm not sure. It came in the morning for you," a nurse said with much envy.
Huo Mian was almost sure that it was Su Yu, no one else would do such a [email protected] thing.
Out of exasperation and rage, she tried to remember his phone number and punched it into her phone.
Su Yu, on the other hand, was still fast asleep. No one would dare disturb him at this hour in the morning, or else the consequence would be dire.
"How many times do I have to tell you, don't call me in the morning! Do you want to die?" Su Yu shouted with his eyes still closed.
"Su Yu, stop sending flowers! You annoying prick!"
Su Yu's eyes popped open with a hint of delight as soon as he heard Huo Mian's voice.
"Hey, how did you know my number?"
"Dude, that's not the point, alright? The point is, tell your people to stop sending flowers!" Huo Mian shouted back angrily.