The Red Second Generation’s Abandoned Former Wife (47)
Su Shian almost didn’t dare to breathe.
Her fingers touched him gently and her voice suddenly became sad, “I’m sorry, Shian. I caused you to disable both of your legs, I have no face to stay with you. Goodbye.”
Goodbye…… Good…… bye your head, ah.
Su Shian’s breath wasn’t smooth. He almost choked to death by his own saliva.
He opened his pair of murderous eyes and saw Bai Weiwei looking at him with a sad expression.
He didn’t think about anything and immediately grabbed her with a death grip, shouting, “What do you mean goodbye? Aren’t you going to take responsibility for me? I’m in a wheelchair for you, with two disabled legs, and you actually have the nerve to walk away? Don’t even think about going unless you can give me my legs back.”
In order to keep her, he really had the impulse to break his leg.
But she was still leaving.
It caused him to fall into a panic.
Bai Weiwei was slow to respond for a moment, only to say a little helplessly, “I thought you didn’t want to see me.”
Su Shian roared, “Want, ah. I want to look at you every day. You said you would wait until I am cured before leaving. Now, I am disabled for all my life, you have to stay with me for a lifetime.”
Bai Weiwei: “Eh, when other people cripple their legs don’t they push for a divorce, so as not to drag down their wife and children?”
Su Shian: “Who’s that stupid x, ah. Anyway it’s not me. If I am disabled, I will depend on you for a lifetime.”
The slag was righteous, selfish and brazen.
Bai Weiwei knocked on the system: “I’ve finally found someone more slaggy than I am.”
If she was disabled she would not have the face to blame others.
The system was incomparably calm, “Don’t be modest, you two have a particularly special relationship, equally suitable, neither more slag than the other.”
Bai Weiwei: It will talk itself to death, this slag system should sew up its mouth.
Bai Weiwei frowned, “You calm down. I know your legs are hurt and you are very sad, but there must be a treatment.”
Su Shian coldly humphed: “Don’t dream, there is no cure. That I am disabled is a fixed fact.”
This year even had people rushing to occupy the position of cripples.
Bai Weiwei sighed, “Let go of me first.”
Su Shian laughed bleakly, “You want to leave, isn’t it? I am so miserable, but you still want to leave.”
A pair of lame legs couldn’t hold her.
Did he have to amputate?
Bai Weiwei: “I want to calm down, you let me go.”
Su Shian hesitated before releasing his hand.
Bai Weiwei got up and had just turned away, when Su Shian suddenly showed a painful expression.
“My leg hurts so much, it hurts.”
Su Shian, who used a life extension pill, was simply too spirited for words.
Bai Weiwei’s footsteps hesitated. Su Shian immediately saw her heart soften and called out even more.
Bai Weiwei’s pace became slower and slower.
When Su Shian was just about to lose sight of her, his heart became a bit ruthless. His hand clenched. He grabbed the glass cup and hit it against the corner of the table.
The glass was broken in half, then he viciously stabbed his own leg, “My legs are disabled, anyway, this much isn’t worth mentioning.”
Bai Weiwei finally turned back, her complexion pale. She rushed over to grab the glass in his hand.
He feared hurting her, so Su Shian immediately threw the broken cup away and grabbed her hand, “I knew you couldn’t bear it.”
Bai Weiwei stared at him. Suddenly she frowned and her cheeks drained of color, as if she were in pain.
She covered her stomach and trembled, “It hurts so bad……”
It was Su Shian’s turn to pale. He immediately rang the bell to call the doctor, “Is something wrong with the child? Weiwei.”
Bai Weiwei said, “Doesn’t your leg hurt?”
Su Shian was anxious, “I am not in pain, you hold on, you will be alright.”
Bai Weiwei: “Oh.”
Then she eased the painful expression her face, “I really am all right, it was just an early exercise of the labor process. If you do not hurt, then I’ll leave.”
Su Shian went silly for a bit.
Bai Weiwei had gone out.
System: Slag man fought but was no match for the woman. Su Shian, K.O.