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106 Dumber Than A Pig

    By the time Li Nanmu had recollected himself, he started laughing out loud. "I can't believe you used to be one of the smartest students. You can't even get basic Mathematics right. An 80% discount is four million, you fool."

    "Oh!" Gu Nianshen nodded patiently. "Four million it is. Pay up."

    Gu Nianshen extended his hand to Qi Wuyue and Li Nanmu.

    "..."

    Li Nanmu and Qi Wuyue felt that there was no way out of this. They could not think of any excuse to reject Gu Nianshen.

    "Even if I must pay, I will pay to Lin Yiqian on my own. At least we would have done something good on our own account. Why should we let you take credit for it?" Qi Wuyue finally snorted.

    "Fine." Gu Nianshen retrieved his hand as he straightened his back. "You may leave now. The goods will be delivered to your address by this afternoon."

    Then, Gu Nianshen turned to his laptop and ignored the two men completely.

    Li Nanmu still felt bitter that he was forced to pay four million dollars. As they walked away, Li Nanmu started complaining to Qi Wuyue. "Why do I feel that we have been set up?"

    Qi Wuyue immediately shifted the blame unto Li Nanmu. "You are dumber than a pig. Don't ask me out next time."

    As Qi Wuyue spoke, he dropped his hands and started walking away quickly.

    Li Nanmu felt speechless.

    ...

    Seeing that Li Nanmu and Qi Wuyue had finally left, Qi Shaodong brought some documents into Gu Nianshen's office.

    From the bitter expressions on the two men's faces, Qi Shaodong could guess that his boss had probably tricked them again.

    As he pushed the door open, he checked Gu Nianshen's facial expression before greeting him. "Chief."

    Gu Nianshen acknowledged Qi Shaodong's presence. However, he did not shift his gaze away from the screen of his laptop.

    "Boss, all shopping malls have stopped selling the Lin family's products. The Lin family is now selling their products in their own stores across the major cities," Qi Shaodong said.

    As he spoke, he placed a stack of documents in front of Gu Nianshen.

    The documents consisted of details on all shopping malls which used to sell the Lin family's products. Gu Nianshen glanced at the documents. "Send the names of the shopping malls and their bosses' names to me. In the future, Mega is not allowed to cooperate with these people in any way."

    Qi Shaodong was stunned. "But... The Cullinan from the Song family is on the list too."

    Gu Nianshen's facial expression grew gloomier when he heard the Song family's name. "Can't I choose not to work with the Song family?"

    "Of course you can." Qi Shaodong nodded.

    'The company belongs to you. You can even close it if you want to.' He thought.

    Gu Nianshen shifted his gaze back to the laptop screen. From the corner of his eyes, he could see from the clock that it was already eleven o'clock.

    He was no longer in the mood to read through the data in front of him.

    Finally, he turned off the laptop and started walking out of the office. "You don't have to buy me lunch today," Gu Nianshen said to Qi Shaodong as he left.

    Before Gu Nianshen had even finished his sentence, he had vanished from the office.

    Qi Shaodong frowned. 'Why is he in a rush? Could he be meeting Mrs. Gu for lunch?'

    ***

    As school had just ended, primary school students could be seen in nearly every restaurant in the area. Gu Nianshen kept his head down as he walked hastily to Ming Ji's Deli.

    There was a long queue of students waiting in line to get their dumplings.

    'Why are there so many people?'

    Gu Nianshen frowned impatiently. Without saying a word, he immediately cut the queue to the front of the line.

    "Hey there, big brother. Why are you cutting the queue?" One of the students exclaimed unhappily.

    "Yeah, how could you do that?"

    "I'm lining up for your sake. I will make the purchase for you. Go on inside and wait for your food," Gu Nianshen replied in a calm manner.

    As he spoke, he pointed at the inner section of the stall. He had spoken in a firm tone.

    "Really?" The eyes of the young children lit up as they were overjoyed that someone was buying food for them.
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