LWS V4C50 Don’t You Think It’s Too Much?

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“Hm …” Su Yan pursed his lips. Nie Chang was so optimistic, he probably shouldn’t worry too much.
But even if Nie Chang was able to earn the money they needed, he still felt that he should do his part. After all, he wasn’t a woman that could just let her husband take care of everything. As a man, he should also pay for his house!
Mn. Su Yan nodded to himself. Actually, earning enough money through writing was the way to go. Otherwise, it wouldn’t really be doing his part, would it? He was working at Nie Chang’s repair shop, after all. It would just be Nie Chang giving him money that he could put in their shared pot of money afterward. So in the end, Nie Chang still would have been the one to pay for the house. He definitely couldn’t let that happen!
Su Yan stared at his phone as if he could hypnotize the system into giving up the secret of how to earn money by writing this way. Unfortunately for him, the system didn’t seem like it wanted to help. It just continued to show him the front page with the same tasks as before.
“Hm …” Su Yan frowned. Continue reading

LWS V4C49 Don’t Talk about That in Public

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Nie Chang cleared his throat. It probably wouldn’t get as bad as he imagined, would it? Well, he’d see about it. If Su Yan really tried to curl up in his own room, he’d find a way to get him out of there. In the worst case, he’d just bribe him with food. But Su Yan probably wouldn’t be as bad as that. After all, there was much more room in a house. He would certainly want to explore everything and would then start to slowly occupy every nook and cranny. He just was like that. Mn, come to think of it …
“So if we have a big house, how about getting a pet?”
“A pet?”
“Mn. Yes. How about a cat?” Nie Chang couldn’t help but reach over and pull at Su Yan’s sweater. This really reminded him of the one they had brought on Monday. Wasn’t there a fat cat on it too?
“A cat?” Su Yan’s expression twisted. “No! I don’t want one! If anything, we should get a dog.” Continue reading

LWS V4C48 It Should Be Big

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Su Yan blinked. “Miscalculated?” Could something like this really happen?
Nie Chang grinned when he saw that Su Yan seriously considered the option. He pinched his left cheek and gave him a kiss on the right one. “Stop thinking about it already. Whether the system miscalculated or had a reason for that rating, the most important thing is that we know that we’re a great couple. Everything else is irrelevant.”
“But —”
“No!” Nie Chang put a finger on Su Yan’s lips. “It is irrelevant. People change all the time. Relationships change all the time. Even if we didn’t have a perfect score last week, it could already be completely different now. So let’s not dwell on two percent and focus on the future instead, mn? After all, we should decide what kind of house we’d like to have before we go and look for one, right? Or did you just want to visit whatever we could find?”
Su Yan had never been able to concentrate on one thing for a long time. Now that such a question was put in front of him, he couldn’t continue to ponder the rating he and Nie Chang had gotten. Continue reading

OMF V5C64 Not that Conservative

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Jinde’s eyes widened in surprise. Was this real? Had his lover finally decided that it was time for them? His hands traced Leng Jin Yu’s chest as if on their own, happily taking in every little elevation that could be felt from below his robe. Mn, he really couldn’t wait to pull this fabric down and feel those muscles directly.
Jinde reached up to Leng Jin Yu’s shoulders and held onto them. Now, his lover only had to pick him up and carry him over.
Leng Jin Yu didn’t seem to think of that though. Quite the contrary. Just when Jinde was waiting for him to take the next step he actually stopped the kiss and leaned back, taking a deep breath as if he was inwardly bidding farewell to the beautiful sensation.
Jinde frowned. “What are you doing?”
Leng Jin Yu cupped his cheek with one hand and rubbed the soft skin with his thumb. “How about you lie down first?” Continue reading

LWS V4C47 The Perfect Couple

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Su Yan looked at his boyfriend who seemed like he was choking on something. He couldn’t help but frown. Could it be Nie Chang had also realized just now that they might indeed be incompatible in that regard? What were they supposed to do now?! Argh, he had just gotten used to the idea of doing it on Friday!
Nie Chang cleared his throat and patted Su Yan’s back before he could get even stranger ideas. “Don’t worry about that. I’m sure there’s another explanation.”
“Another explanation?” Su Yan continued to frown. “What kind of explanation is that supposed to be? In which other way are we incompatible? Isn’t everything else perfect about us? We’ve known each other for so long and we’ve always gotten along well. And now we’re even a couple. What else does the system want?”
Nie Chang chuckled. Who would have thought that his little darling would get this indignant because someone thought that they weren’t the perfect couple? “How bad could it have been? Didn’t you say it was a high rating?” Continue reading

OMF V5C63 His Person

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Meanwhile, Leng Jin Yu was busy with arranging everything for Jinde. He had dragged out a daybed just like his lover had asked him to and placed it below the branches of the plum tree. Looking at it he felt that it was lacking. Jinde could lie down but would he be comfortable? Probably not.
Thus he went to fetch another pillow for Jinde to lean against and a light blanket in case he didn’t like the breeze. Then he carried a little table out and put it beside the daybed, placing a teapot and a jade cup on top so that Jinde could take some if he felt thirsty. Maybe he would also like something to eat? Leng Jin Yu had a look at the content of his spatial ring and found some spiritual fruits he had taken from the secret realm. With a smile, he put them down next to the teacup.
Leng Jin Yu examined his preparations again and nodded with satisfaction. This should be alright. Or maybe Jinde could use something in case the sun was too glaring? He turned to go back in and see if he could find a parasol for him when he already came face to face with the person he was doing all this for. Continue reading

OMF V5C62 Visit the Grandmaster

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The two of them fell silent for a while and both sipped their tea. Wu Min Huan couldn’t help but think back to his Master’s expression at that time. His face had been pale when he told his other disciples that Yu Jin had been trapped in the secret realm and all of them had understood that he was mourning this loss. Nobody had been able to fault him. They had all known that he liked Yu Jin very much and being trapped in a secret realm often equaled certain death. Of course, they could hope that Yu Jin would make it back but the chances weren’t high. They all knew that.
Jing Yi, on the other hand, couldn’t help but compare Nian Hong Fang’s situation to his own. Yes, he understood why Wu Min Huan had reacted how he had but he could also understand that Nian Hong Fang was angry. Wu Min Huan just would have needed to ask one question to dispel his worries. But he hadn’t and now Nian Hong Fang had waited several years and still not heard any news on his lover’s whereabouts. Who wouldn’t be angry in his situation? Continue reading

LWS V4C46 What If They’re Not Compatible?

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Luckily for Shen Lu, Su Yan didn’t dwell on the matter. He shook his head and got back to the matter at hand. “Well, even if it wasn’t Li Ming it should have to do with him or the system. After all, that’s the reason I even found out there were gay people around.”
Nie Chang ground his teeth. Ah, he didn’t like listening to this at all. But Su Yan seemed to just get into his stride. He certainly wouldn’t stop talking about any time soon. Nie Chang took his arm and directed him toward the bridge spanning the lotus pond in front of them. Maybe there was some chance to divert his attention if the environment was different?
Su Yan indeed looked curiously at the lotus pond but he hadn’t stopped thinking his alternate life through yet. “There was that guy at the bar. Do you remember?”
“That Ling Dong Hai?” Nie Chang frowned. Ah, he didn’t like to remember that guy at all. If he hadn’t secretly spied on Su Yan that day and followed him because he thought he had a date with somebody else … Tch, he should have ruined the company of that guy’s family or something. Well, it wasn’t too late for that. Continue reading

OMF V5C61 A Special Training Mission

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Jing Yi nodded slowly even though he couldn’t completely understand it. He had never been somebody’s disciple and even though he called the others his senior martial brothers that was only because they were from the same sect. He had never had a senior martial brother of the same Master so he couldn’t comprehend the complex feelings this situation gave Wu Min Huan.
Wu Min Huan didn’t seem to notice. “I mean I’ve been Master’s head disciple for so long. Shouldn’t that account for something? How could I be replaced so easily? Actually, there was talk that my Master might make him his successor. I don’t want to sound conceited but I had always thought … I’m his head disciple. Shouldn’t I be his successor?”
Jing Yi didn’t know how to answer that either. “Well … Those are just rumors, right?” Continue reading

OMF V5C60 The Sect Master’s Head Disciple

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Nian Hong Fang finally stopped in front of a hut made out of bamboo. Well, calling it a hut seemed somehow wrong. It stood on a wooden base a few inches above the ground and looking from outside it probably consisted of several rooms. At least it was bigger than the house where he had lived with his parents back in the village.
Jing Yi turned to Nian Hong Fang. “Who else is living here?”
He got a strange gaze in response. “Nobody. This is where you’ll live from now on.”
“Ah?” Jing Yi looked back at the house. He was supposed to live there … alone? In such a big house?
Well, the house where he had lived with Qiu Ling in the Hei Dian Sect hadn’t been much smaller and even built from stone but that had been because Elder Shan saw Qiu Ling’s potential. This time … He really didn’t know why he was treated this well.
Nian Hong Fang nodded and turned back. “If there is nothing else, I’ll return to my Master’s palace. In case you have any further questions, you can go and ask the other disciples.” Continue reading