That night, Ran Shu had a strange dream.
In the first half of the night, Teacher Pang dragged him to the “Morality and Rule of Law” class.
As he talked, Mr. Pang couldn’t control his accent. Ran Shu wanted to understand the content, but half of what he said had to be guessed by the collocation of the nouns before and after.
In the second half of the night, Sang Xian’s male voice subwoofer was in his ears, and it was still presented in the form of stereo.
He said, “I donated to a number of mental hospitals in your name.”
Immediately afterwards, there were medical staff who warmly entertained him and said to him, “Because of your kindness, our hospital has been greatly improved. If you are admitted to this hospital, you will be treated at the VIP level.”
Then they warmly invited him to visit the hospital.
After waking up, he sat on the bed with the head of the chicken coop in a daze, puzzled.
What does Sang Xian want?
To find him to get back together?
Or did he bought the company to torture his ex?
Ran Shu took out his mobile phone. He tried to send messages to his friends as he sent messages to them one by one. Only to find that all of them blocked him still. He couldn’t help but get annoyed: “You guys are ruthless!”
Out of the blue, he saw an unread message. He quickly clicked it with joy, but it was sent by Brother Liu: [Remember to go to class on time.]
In the days after that, Ran Shu would go to the company every day, and Mr. Pang would give him lessons.
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He saw that Teacher Pang took the pre-class notes carefully every time he came, and his heart became a mess that Ran Shu came on time every day even if he didn’t want to.
They will also do in-class tests and let Ran Shu write his opinions.
Ran Shu was serious, and he had to reconsider his words before submitting the papers to see if there was any inappropriate use of them.
After the class, Ran Shu stretched into the practice room, intending to move his muscles and bones.
Not long after he entered, Teacher Pang went to Sang Xian’s office with the test paper in hand.
Sang Xian took the test paper and looked at it. Seeing that Ran Shu had written strokes after strokes so that Teacher Pang could understand his own dog-crawling words. He couldn’t help but smile.
After sitting down, Teacher Pang asked casually, “Are you Ran Shu’s boss?”
“His guardian.” Sang Xian replied.
“Are you his brother?” Teacher Pang asked in surprise.
Sang Xian is tall, with a height of 190 cm. He was a sports student in the early days, focusing on tennis. It was only to be assumed that he is also built strong.
Meanwhile, Ran Shu has a very slender figure while only being 178 cm tall.
The looks of the two are even more completely different and have nothing to do with each other.
Teacher Pang made up his mind in an instant: Reorganize the family.
Sang Xian didn’t explain in detail, but asked: “What’s wrong?”
Teacher Pang felt that he should praise his favorite student: “I think Ran has a very good attitude and is a good boy.”
“Well, he gets to be nice sometimes.”
“So about my course…”
“It should go on ahead.”
Teacher Pang was surprised: “should I continue to teach him? Do I need to teach him according to the textbook of what grade?”
“You are free to do however you want, just let him insist on coming to the company.”
Teacher Pang left quickly. He seemed to be thinking about how to tutor Ran Shu on the way.
Sang Xian took Ran Shu’s test paper and looked at it all over again. He then put the test paper in the folder and asked, “Has Ran Shu left the company?”
“Not yet, sir.” The assistant replied.
Sang Xian walked out with a folder, and the assistant led the way sensibly. He took him to Ran Shu’s training room.
The music in the training room was so loud that he didn’t hear the doorbell for a long time.
The assistant helped Sang Xian to open the door of the training room, and he could see that Ran Shu’s dancing movements had not been put away.
The slender and soft body spun and paused while stepping on the beat of the music. He looked up at the figure in the mirror. Ran Shu didn’t seem to expect Sang Xian to come so suddenly. In surprise, his body lost his balance and fell heavily to the ground.
After the fall, he came back to his senses and saw that Sang Xian was already in front of him before he checked his body.
Didn’t he just come in?
Is this the agility of a former athlete?
Sang Xian squatted down in front of him. He held his ankle and gently pressed his other hand to check his knee: “The bones are fine, try to move.”
He saw Ran Shu’s posture on the ground. By experience, he knows where there is a possibility of injury.
Ran Shu didn’t want Sang Xian to touch him, but Sang Xian grabbed the ankle of his other leg and pulled him back in front of him again.
The wooden floor was extremely smooth at this moment, and under the action of the force, his body was closer to Sang Xian as Ran Shu entered the control of Sang Xian’s range.
Ran Shu was lying on his back on the floor with his elbows propped on his body while Sang Xian had a firm hold of his ankle. He immediately asked, “Do you feel like a dead fish on a chopping board?
Sang Xian continued to squeeze his knee to check and said, “There is no problem with the tendons.”
Sang Xian moved his ankle, suddenly exerting force, only to hear a “click”. Sang Xian helped him align his bone setting.
“Ah!” Ran Shu exclaimed, his body trembling.
He raised his eyes and saw that the corners of Sang Xian’s lips were slightly raised as if he was very satisfied with the sound just now.
This kind of smile, he has seen it too many times already…
the evil taste of the old man.
Ran Shu knew this man too well.
“Enough?” Ran Shu asked in disgust.
“I’m helping you.” What Sang Xian said was not a lie. He had learned bone-setting techniques from his previous teacher. Besides he has this specialized from his experience as an athlete.
However, the situation just now did not require bone-setting. Sang Xian simply wanted to hear his call.
Ran Shu retorted angrily: “Oh, you’re helping me? I wouldn’t fall if you don’t come in suddenly.”
“I’ll change your training room’s doorbell next time. As long as you ring it, colorful lights will light up around you. Otherwise, you won’t be able to find it.”
Sang Xian’s assistant quietly withdrew at this moment, leaving only him and Sang Xian in the training room.
He simply sat cross-legged on the floor and asked, “Is there something you want from me?”
“Well.” Sang Xian handed him the folder in his hand, “There is a new announcement.”
“Just ask Brother Liu to send me a message. Should I have to trouble you to come over in person? Mr. Sang, can you justify it?”
“There is an agreement in it.”
Ran Shu realized that something was wrong. He opened and glanced at it. He then immediately let out a “tsk”.
The profiteer’s agreement generally means that the course fee for this punishment needs to be borne by him, that is, Teacher Pang’s make-up fee.
After reading for a while, he couldn’t help but ask, “The tutoring fee is so low?”
“If it’s too high, he said that he won’t accept it. He believes that he doesn’t deserve it.”
He took the pen from Sang Xian’s hand and signed it. He then looked up at him: ” With such a small amount of tuition fee, Mr. Sang has to come over in person?”
Sang Xian didn’t shy away and answered directly: “According to your temper, you can easily illuminate the rest of my new assistant’s life with a desk lamp.”
“A new favorite? You’re quite protective…” Ran Shu muttered.
“Well, I protect my employees.” At this moment, Ran Shu is also one of his employees.
Ran Shu quickly completed the signature and handed the document to Sang Xian.
Sang Xian stood up and reached out to him as if trying to pull him up.
In order to prove his sensitivity, he deliberately stood up with a “carp” then raised his chin at Sang Xian before leaving proudly.
Sang Xian watched him leave with a smile on his lips, his eyes not looking pure at all.
Sang Xian: Take it right.