Chapter 241: Give me some of that domineering spirit!
Translator: eunimon_ Editor: Caron_
After she finished her breakfast and prepared everything, Ye Wanwan got ready to leave the house.
Before she left, she seemed to have remembered something and stopped in her tracks, "Wait! I suddenly remembered I forgot to do something important!"
She dashed off like a streak of vapour to the yard and took a few light steps towards the white figure lying under the tree.
Lately, even though Great White had been at the Jin garden quite often, Si Ye Han hadn't allowed her to keep playing with it. His reason was supported by the idiom "excessive attention to trivialities saps the will", meaning it would affect her studies if she kept obsessing over Great White.
Thankfully, she was about to end this ordeal and would be able to play with Great White once her summer holiday began.
Great White seemed to have felt someone was approaching; his ears twitched but he didn't care to move and continued to lie there lazily, wagging his tail leisurely.
3 steps, 2 steps, 1 step...
"Great White, Great White, give me some of your domineering spirit so that I can have a big kill later..." Ye Wanwan obviously didn't mean that she wanted to kill the paper literally but she meant it figuratively, meaning that she would ace the exams.
Ye Wanwan took a deep breath. When the white tiger wasn't paying attention, she quickly stroked its body, turned around and ran away immediately.
Si Ye Han watching nearby: "..."
Her "important thing" was actually to touch Si Lu Te?
The corners of Xu Yi's mouth twitched as he saw the vulgar actions of Ye Wanwan trying to leech off the great powers of the tiger.
He realised Ye Wanwan really liked Si Lu Te.
The meaning of Si Lu Te's name was "slaughter" and this white tiger was just as its name suggested. This breed was aggressive and great at fighting. Furthermore, it had gone through intensive and gruesome training from a young age, so its temperament was even more ferocious.
He wouldn't be surprised if Ye Wanwan was afraid of it. But right now, Ye Wanwan actually said that she wanted some of its domineering spirit so she could have a big kill...?
If she didn't really like him, she would never have been able to say something like that.
Si Ye Han accompanied her to the exam hall personally.
After they arrived, all they saw was a horde of parents dropping their children off.
The parents were all nagging and cheering for their children lovingly and sending their children into the hall.
"I'm heading in!" Ye Wanwan unfastened the seatbelt and prepared to take off.
"Wait," Si Ye Han suddenly called out to her.
Ye Wanwan paused and turned to Si Ye Han-- could it be that he wants to encourage and cheer me on too?
"Hand in your exam early; don't waste time," Si Ye Han said.
Ye Wanwan was at a loss for words, "..."
Other students' parents were nagging at them to not hand in their exams early and check them through a couple times before submitting them, but he wanted her to do the exact opposite...
Truly, there's no harm if there's no comparison!
Luckily, she already had Great White's luck with her.
*cough* "Got it..." Ye Wanwan coughed lightly and pushed the door open.
Today was the liberal arts exam--she shouldn't need to spend much time on it.
When the door was halfway open, she suddenly heard Si Ye Han's voice again, "Wait."
"Uh... Is there something else?" Ye Wanwan turned, confused.
What is it this time?
Si Ye Han glanced at her, that stare causing Ye Wanwan to have goosebumps-- how did I provoke him again?
Just as her heart was beating fiercely, he suddenly bent down and planted an icy kiss on her forehead.
Ye Wanwan was stunned when she felt the chill on her forehead and touched her forehead instinctively.
Is this an encouragement of love?
Since when did Si Ye Han have any EQ?
After Si Ye Han kissed her, he sat upright and looked at her calmly, "Now you're ready for your big kill."
Ye Wanwan: "..."
So... what Si Ye Han meant was... leeching off his skills was better than leeching off from Si Lu Te... is that right?
From a certain point of view, this was indeed irrefutable...