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“” Oh my, what poison did he just drink? Why were his words so vicious?
“Tell me, what happened?” There was already a hint of irritation in Lu Zhanbei’s tone.
Lin Wanwan was suddenly quiet for a few seconds. Her throat let out a whimper, then she burst out crying.
“Lu Zhanbei, I was bullied”
Lu Zhanbei replied with an ‘oh’.
What the hell was an ‘oh’?
Why did he not ask her who bullied her? What was the situation now?
Since he was so calm, how could she continue with her pretense?
Lin Wanwan tried her luck and whimpered, “You’re a bad guy! Why don’t you comfort me!”
Lu Zhanbei did not say anything this time round. Lin Wanwan cried even more heartbreakingly.
When she could not cry any longer, a cool male voice sounded.
“Have you cried enough?”
“Is it not tiring to put on a pretence?”
Hearing the sobs stop all of a sudden, Lu Zhanbei did not have to see for himself to guess that she had on a grim expression at that moment. His eyes flashed a hint of a smile.
“I’m going to give you one last chance. Speak properly.”
Why was this man like a roundworm in her stomach?! How did he know that she was pretending to cry?! Had her acting skills faded that much?
No! She had to rely on her acting to earn a living in the future.
“How did you know?” Lin Wanwan asked sulkily.
Lu Zhanbei raised his eyebrows.
Would a person who could hold her tears even when a drug addiction worked up cry that pitifully just because someone had bullied her?
Knowing that he was not going to answer this question, Lin Wanwan curled her lips.
“Where are you now?”
“Outside.” Lu Zhanbei answered concisely.
When Lin Wanwan asked again what he was doing, he raised his eyebrow and scanned the audience seated beneath him who were waiting patiently. He swiveled his chair to the back.
“Lin Wanwan, if you are only going to continue spouting nonsense, goodbye.”
“Oh, wait,” Lin Wanwan said quickly. “Why do you have such little patience? A person like you will not find a girlfriend in the future.”
“The point is, you are not my girlfriend,” Lu Zhanbei replied, this time sounding more irritated. “If you have something to say, say it.”
Hearing his tone, Lin Wanwan moved her eyes and a plan came to mind.
“I miss you.”
“I want to see you.”
Lin Wanwan heard Lu Zhanbei sneer. She gritted her teeth and hid a hint of craftiness in her shy tone. “Lu Zhanbei, come and find me. Treat this as the third chance I’m using.”
Lu Zhanbei scanned the respectful faces beneath him indifferently and glanced at the director who was introducing a new product onstage.
Only Lu Zhanbei’s voice could be heard in the quietness.
Recalling that he was outside now, Lin Wanwan smiled an even bigger smile.
“You must rush over before I sleep. If you don’t make it, you’ll owe me three promises again.”
Lu Zhanbei raised his eyebrows. She was quite a planner.
Even without waiting for his answer, Lin Wanwan knew she had scored one back for herself. She gained momentum and wanted to ridicule him further so that she could get back at him for what he had done to her previously.
Du du du. Someone cut the line directly.
“Oh? Did he fly into a rage out of humiliation?”
Lin Wanwan snorted, put her mobile back to her pocket, and continued to walk around the campus aimlessly.
The moon was shining brightly; a cool breeze could be felt. Lin Wanwan’s shadow was pulled longer by the streetlights.
She stretched her back and started to feel that such a lifestyle was not bad.
She was 25 years old when she died. It was kind of lucky now that she could relive her youth again.