Liu looked at the fabric of the parcel.
It was made of red silk satin and, it was not a small piece at all.
If it could be worn as a undergarment covering the chest and abdomen, it would be so comfortable against the skin.


“This is for Haitang, she can always use it after she gets married.”


The package was opened by Granny Xu, and inside were several brightly colored small boxes with flowery carvings on the top.
At first glance, they were not cheap goods from the roadside.


“This small flat box contains ointment that will be useful on the night of the wedding.”


Granny Xu was very ambiguous in her words but Liu, being a veteran, understood immediately that this ointment has a secret recipe and cannot be bought by ordinary people, and it is not cheap.


All women have to go through that once, so few people care but Liu is different, she has suffered and she wants to keep the contents of this little box (what rightfully belongs to others) for herself, so that she can give it to her daughter Qiu Ju as a dowry in the future.   


“These are ointments for bruises and injuries, apply a light layer and the redness will fade the next day.”


Counselor Qin has a special fetish, he likes to beat up women, otherwise he wouldn’t have gotten such a reputation; a dog can’t stop himself from eating shit (狗改不了吃屎: idiom : bad habits are hard to change) It’s impossible to change a dog’s mind.
The Li family treats Li Haitang like a straw, otherwise they would never have prepared for this.


“Lastly, this is the spice.”


The first two items can still be bought for a small amount of money, but the last one is a spice that has no market and has been stocked by Granny Xu for many years.


The spices come from the West and have an aphrodisiac effect and make women easily impregnated.
At that age, Counselor Qin, there was no telling when his legs would stir.
He doesn’t know when his legs will give out.
If he didn’t leave his family behind, all his property would be confiscated.
Li Haitang, a young woman, had become a widow at a young age so her mother’s family would not be able to tolerate her.


Even though Granny Xu had said a lot, Li Haitang did not show any gratitude, she had pulled all the strings, as if her conscience was eaten by dogs.
Now she has turned around and try to be a good fellow; try to get along with everyone (often at the expense of principle) or in other word overly accomodating.
She (Li Haitang) really don’t understand what kind of brain this person has.


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