Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios
Yu Yuehan glanced over at her and replied nonchalantly, “Oh, I shall pretend that I believed you.”
When Nian Xiaomu heard this, she leaned over and pointed at her eyelid.
“I am speaking the truth, you can take a close look at it if you don’t believe me. I really have got sand in my eyes and I only managed to rub them away just now. I wasn’t crying.”
The goddess wasn’t someone who cried easily.
Moreover, doing it in front of so many people.
It would be a little embarrassing if word got out…
Since Yu Yuehan had got such an evil tongue, he might just tease her in front of Xiao Liuliu when they got home later on, and this would definitely hurt her dignity as a mother.
She was determined to raise Xiao Liuliu to be a goddess, just like her.
Dignified, reserved and with a great disposition.
As for appearances and whatnot, they weren’t very important as she just happened to possess all of those.
When Yu Yuehan heard what she said, he lowered his head and cast a serious glance towards her. Soon after, he slowly opened his mouth amidst her anxious gaze and said, “I didn’t see the sand, but I saw eye boogers instead.”
Nian Xiaomu was shocked and got ready to rub her eyes.
The next second, she paused in her action.
“Yu Yuehan, you lied to me?”
“Don’t believe me then.” After Yu Yuehan finished speaking, he tucked one of his hands into his pocket and started to walk out of the airport.
He had only taken a few steps when he seemed to have thought of something and turned around again.
Nian Xiaomu stood rooted to the ground and was wondering whether she should reach out and rub her eyes. When Yu Yuehan saw this, he walked back to her and dragged her away by her shirt.
Nian Xiaomu snapped back to her senses and struggled immediately.
“Hurry up and let go! There are so many people here, does the goddess not deserve her pretty face?”
“Is this the way you should lead your fiancée away? Ah! This is the way people lead stray dogs away!”
“Doesn’t it hurt your conscience to treat your fiancée in this manner? I am going to bite you if you don’t release your grip…”
The tension on Nian Xiaomu’s collar suddenly disappeared before she had finished her threats.
From her tiptoe posture, both her feet returned to standing firmly on solid ground.
She did not know how to react all of a sudden, and only raised her head to look at him blankly.
Just when she was mulling over why was he stung by conscience all of a sudden, she caught the playful look beneath his eyes.
A rare look of ridicule appeared on his icy, arrogant face. Reaching out, he patted her head and spoke with a pause between every word.
“A stray dog that bites for no good reason. Nian Xiaomu, you are surely very certain of your position.”
Mr. Yu, this is an official notice: You do not have a fiancée from today onward.
No, from this second onward!
Nian Xiaomu turned around and angrily walked a few steps forward with her cheeks puffed up. Soon after, she thought of something very important.
She did not know where Yu Yuehan’s car was parked. The airport was so huge, she couldn’t possibly find it alone.
However, she would have to ask him if she couldn’t find it herself…
The goddess had just said something inspiring and she was determined to not compromise. Otherwise, he would definitely boss her around in the future!
She’d take a cab back!
Nian Xiaomu turned around and walked toward the direction of the cab queue. Just when she’d started to queue up, someone held her wrist.
Nian Xiaomu flung the hand away without a second thought.
“What are you doing? The stray dog is not fit to have a ride in your car, let go of me!”
“I just wanted to remind you that you are in the wrong queue. This queue is for the elderly and disabled.” Yu Yuehan’s chilly voice made its way clearly to her ears.
Stunned, Nian Xiaomu turned around and looked toward the direction of the sign.
A notice that indicated the “elderly and disabled” was indeed written there.
It became a little awkward as she faced the gazes that were cast at her from all directions…
This was a very serious question—should she admit that she was elderly or disabled, or should she admit that she was illiterate and did not know how to read?