Wang Shu: “Were you wrong? En?”

Gu Ji Ji: “I was wrong… you can let go!”

Wang Shu: “He he.” 

Gu Ji Ji: “Ha ha ha, it tickles, let go! Wang Zhuangjing! Let go…ha…”

Wang Shu was very skilled.
It clearly wasn’t the first time she’d done this.
Gu Xizhou was stunned; Ji Ji’s weakness was his stomach.
Gu Xizhou subconsciously felt his stomach.


Yi! So ticklish!

He hadn’t noticed it before, but Ji Ji’s stomach was really sensitive. 

“Xiao Yue! Xiao Yue!” A man on a Fenghuang Pei Bike stopped at the curb, shouting at the girl who was with Wang Shu.

“Yi, it’s my dad!” Xiao Yi called out in surprise before hurrying over.

After a moment, Xiao Yue, Wang Shu’s classmate ran over and said apologetically, “My dad picked me up today to have dinner with my grandma.”

“Go ahead, ba!” Wang Shu replied, before politely calling ‘Hello uncle,’ to her classmate’s dad. 

After Wang Shu’s classmate had gone, Gu Ji Ji curled his lip, looking at the people Xiao Yue had pointed out just now.
He picked up his bag from where he’d thrown it on the ground and said to Wang Shu, “Come on, let’s go home.”

Wang Shu hesitated before saying, “But if they want to beat me up, you’ll get beaten up with me…”

“Tch, if they want to hit you, I’ll help you beat them,” Gu Ji Ji said, making a disdainful face.


Wang Shu hesitated for a moment, and Gu Ji Ji said impatiently, “But what? Hurry up, I wanna go back and watch cartoons.
Can we go?”

“Alright, ba.”

The two kids started walking side by side.
When Gu Xizhou looked back he saw a girl and two boys tailing them.
Gu Xizhou followed them quickly.

“They’re following us,” Wang Shu said a little anxiously. 

Gu Ji Ji grabbed Wang Shu’s wrist and whispered hoarsely, “Ready! Run!”

The two of them shot out like arrows from a bowstring.
Seeing this, the three third years following them rushed to catch up with them!

Two little kids ran hand in hand, and soon they reached their neighborhood—

Because their exertion gradually increased, Wang Shu finally couldn’t endure it any longer and leaned against a wall.
She opened her mouth wide and gasped, breathing hard, “I- I can’t run anymore! They’re after me! Go get my mom!” 

Gu Ji Ji stared at her.
She used his backpack to throw him away, panting, “Go home and get Aunt Kong! I’ll hold them back!”

“You’re shorter than me, go back,” Wang Shu said.


Gu Ji Ji: “Surname Wang, do you want to fight?”

“No! Fine, then we won’t leave, we’ll beat them!” Wang Shu said, raising her voice as she took the bag off his back and set it carefully to the side. 

“You sure can run, ah!” The middle schoolers ran over, all panting heavily.

The schoolgirl raised her hand to slap Wang Shu, but as she prepared to strike her, Wang Shu, who wasn’t a submissive person, grabbed the girl’s hand with her left and pulled her hair with her right.
Too bad this girl had long hair!

The two girls got right down to business!

The two boys got closer and closer.
Gu Xizhou watched as Gu Ji Ji started out raising his fist before throwing a stone to create a diversion to frighten the two boys.
Then Gu Ji Ji rushed up and punched one of the boys in the face. 

Although Gu Ji Ji wasn’t tall, when he beat people up, he was ruthless.
The two middle schoolers didn’t expect that this little boy who was just a first year would put up such a fierce fight, and the kid who was hit wasn’t prepared.

Gu Ji Ji was as vicious as a little wolf.
The other side was obviously stronger than him, but when he was pressed into the ground by him, he couldn’t get up.

The other third year male god saw his friend being beaten and it was a long time before he came back to his senses.
He hurriedly picked up the stone Gu Ji Ji had just thrown, holding it in both hands before trying to smash Gu Ji Ji’s skull!

“Behind you!” Wang Shu and the other girl were pulling each other’s hair when they saw someone trying to pull a sneak attack on Gu Ji Ji and shouted urgently. 

Gu Ji Ji turned around subconsciously, just as the stone was about to fall on his head, a big hand suddenly reached out of nowhere, grabbing the stone and throwing it away.

He didn’t know who the owner of that hand was.
Gu Ji Ji only realized the other boy wanted to launch a sneak attack when the kid was lifted up like a chick, feet dangling in the air as they struggled incessantly.

“Who, ah, who’s sticking their nose where it doesn’t belong!”

Gu Xizhou couldn’t help but put the boy who was trying to pull a sneak attack on Gu Ji Ji in his place.
The kid’s mouth was full of curses, but when he saw Gu Xizhou who was like a 1.8 meter wall, his mouth fell open and he was forced to swallow his curses. 

Gu Xizhou’s appearance caused the five children to stop fighting.

“Everyone against the wall,” Gu Xizhou said mildly.

The girl who had started it all wanted to say something, but under the pressure of Gu Xizhou’s aura, she decided to shut up and lined up with the other five junior high schoolers.

Gu Xizhou reprimanded the three juniors. 

“Apologize,” Gu Xizhou said.

“I’m sorry,” all three of them shouted in unison at Gu Ji Ji and Wang Shu.


Then the three of them ran off as quick as rabbits.
Gu Ji Ji stuck out his tongue and made a face at the retreating backs of the three kids!

Wang Shu turned around and said sweetly, ‘thank you, uncle,’ before immediately turning around to check Gu Ji Ji for injuries. 

Gu Ji Ji was clearly impatient and pushed Wang Shu away, “I’m not hurt!”

Seeing that Wang Shu was there, Gu Xizhou didn’t know how to talk to Gu Ji Ji.

Wang Shu skipped over to Gu Xizhou, clearly in a good mood.
She smiled sweetly at Gu Xizhou and said, “Uncle, I feel like this has happened before.
You seem very familia.
Uncle, do you know me, ah!?”

When Gu Xizhou heard what Wang Shu said, his heart skipped a beat.
He remembered what Wang Shu had said at the hospital that day— 

“When we were in junior high, a girl in my class found someone to beat me up.
You walked home with me that day… I was so scared, when I saw the blood on your head, I thought you were going to die! I was really scared.

“When I took you to the hospital later it turned out to be just a cut, and I knew you wouldn’t die…”

“In fact when I came home that day, I had a dream that someone saved us.
You didn’t get beaten up, and your head didn’t get split open.”

Gu Xizhou was a little dazed.
He laughed, glossing over what had just happened. 

The thirteen year old Gu Ji Ji next to him didn’t speak but was focused on something strange.
He stepped forward and picked something up off the ground.
He raised his hand and said to Gu Xizhou, “Hey, uncle, is this yours?”

“A police badge? Uncle, are you a cop?”

Gu Ji Ji glanced at the front of it and was about to read what was on the badge when Gu Xizhou subconsciously rushed over and snatched the badge from his hand.

Gu Ji Ji stuck his tongue out at Gu Xizhou and said, “Tch, if you don’t want me to look, I won’t look! My Ba and Ma also have one.
I’ve already seen one!” 

Gu Xizhou coughed lightly into his fist, changing the subject, “Let me send you back, ba.”

He sent the two kids to the gate of their neighborhood.
Wang Shu saw her mom and was gone in an instant.

Seeing that Wang Shu was far away, Gu Xizhou grabbed Gu Ji Ji and pulled him into a secluded corner, asking in a low voice, “Ji Ji, are you gonna tell me what’s going on? How did your chains break?”

“?” Gu Ji Ji only stared at Gu Xizhou blankly.
“Uncle, what are you talking about? My name is Gu Xizhou, not Ji Ji!” 

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