bag, and started eating it.
He asked, “You knew I like beef-stuffed buns?”

“Guessed it.
But you’re probably so hungry that you can even eat shit.” Bian Shengjian said casually as he tidied his things on his desk.

After a pause, he swallowed the bun in his mouth with some difficulty.
“…Brother, although you are a good person, I still really want to find a chance to have a hard discussion with you.”

“It’s better to choose a day than to hit the sun.
Let’s see you on the playground outside after school today.” Bian Shengjian said.

(t/n It’s better to choose a day than to hit the sun-which means that everything will be fine.
In the past, Chinese people had to choose a good day for any major activities, such as weddings and funerals, groundbreaking sacrifices, and even “bathing”.
This is called “choosing a day”.
In fact, we all know that choosing a date is just a form of psychological comfort, and choosing a date at random is not necessarily bad, so there is a saying that “it’s better to hit the sun than to choose a date”.
Everything will be just fine.
Since we come to a certain occasion together, don’t choose another day to get together.)

Lu Shen, who had been watching the two of them from the side, couldn’t help but burst out laughing.

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The first and second sessions were Lao Tan’s Chinese classes.
Although Bian Shengjian was the type who would go out with a group of people who liked skip classes, it doesn’t mean that he wouldn’t listen when he’s inside the class.
But when he really calmed down and prepared to listen to the lecture, he immediately found that the quality of teaching in No.
4 Middle School was far from that of his previous school.
Although Lao Tan’s class was very serious, he felt that he was basically reading words from the textbook.
There was nothing new.
Bian Shengjian couldn’t help but start to feel sleepy after listening to it.
The tone of the lecture on the podium seemed to be prolonged, and he had to take two deep breaths to keep himself from sleeping on the table.

However, compared to the quality of the lectures, he was more concerned about the listening atmosphere in the class.
Lao Tan’s class was just average, but the mood in the audience was also very bad.
Almost everyone was staring at the blackboard without making a sound.
Lao Tan tried to interact with the students several times, but no one was willing to pay attention to him, it was dead silent.
To Bian Shengjian, this kind of atmosphere was more unbearable than listening to English in a vegetable market.

So quiet!

Bian Shengjian couldn’t sit still halfway through the class.
Although he was a scumbag who squatted in the back row and listened to the tyrants in class, a lively classroom atmosphere was at least more comfortable.
Not this kind of ghost teaching with zero communication and zero interactions making him almost get goosebumps all over his back.

“Zhou Li!” Bian Shengjian had no choice but to shout in a low voice, but he didn’t know whether the grandson fell asleep or pretended to be deaf.
After shouting for a long time, he didn’t even move.

“Come on.” Bian Shengjian could only turn his head and glance at the side.
After their eyes met, Lu Shen blinked slightly and mouthed, “What?”

“Nothing.” Bian Shengjian turned back feeling a little depressed.

At this moment, even if he wanted to fish for someone to talk to, he couldn’t find anyone.
In all honesty, it was a bit lonely.

Bian Shengjian couldn’t listen to the class either, so he could only use the cover of the stack of books in front of him to chat with a few people in the group chat until class was dismissed.
He had to also guard against the surveillance of an old man walking down the corridor outside the window at any time.
Playing on his cell phone made his back sore.
After class ended, he immediately slumped onto his desk.

Suddenly, someone tapped lightly on his table a few times.
Bian Shengjian was already in a bad mood, and when he sat up grumpily, he immediately caught Lao Tan’s friendly face.
“Shengjian, come out and have a chat with me?”

“Okay.” Bian Shengjian stood up and simply ignored Zhou Li’s worried eyes when he turned to look at him.

Lao Tan took him to a place where there were only a few people before slowly opening his mouth.
“Shengjian, have you adapted to your new school?”

“Well… Bian Shengjian hesitated but immediately nodded.
I’ve already adapted.

“You’re lying.” Lao Tan looked at him and smiled, “It’s alright.
After all, you transferred from another school, and it’s normal that there are still some difficulties in getting used to it.” 


Shengjian answered fully anticipating Lao Tan’s next words.

Now it was Lao Tan’s turn to hesitate for a long time before he said tentatively, “Do you know that your dad invested in this school?”

“I didn’t know.” Bian Shengjian said in a flat tone.

“Okay,” Lao Tan sighed, “I didn’t expect your father to act as such when he came here.
The school board has sent people to talk to me several times, saying that they want me to focus on developing you for the next two years.”

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“Hmmm.” Bian Shengjian responded while staring at his shoes.

“Don’t be pressured.
I have been the head teacher for more than ten years, and I treat every student in the class equally.” Lao Tan said, reaching out and patting him on the shoulder.
“But I also know your father has great expectations for you, so let us give him a break.”

“He doesn’t deserve it.” Bian Shengjian said in a low tone.

“What?” Lao Tan was stunned, seeing that he refused to speak anymore, he could only reluctantly give up the topic.
“By the way, about the matter between you and Teacher Chen yesterday… I have already investigated it thoroughly.

“And then?” Bian Shengjian frowned and looked at him.

“It’s true that both you and Teacher Chen are at fault in this matter, but your father’s side was obviously biased towards you,” Lao Tan smiled helplessly, “He and Teacher Chen were very lively when they got called into the office yesterday.
I almost couldn’t control the situation.”

“What did I do wrong?” Bian Shengjian snorted disdainfully.
“Don’t put the blame on me.
I won’t accept it even if you punish me.”

“I knew you would say that,” Lao Tan stretched out his hand and rubbed his head.
Taking advantage of Shengjian’s shocked state, he immediately retracted his hand.
“In general, although Teacher Chen was very dissatisfied, the school and I have seen the video and found that there was no act of really going against the teacher, so you will not be punished.”

Bian Shengjian breathed a sigh of relief.
“Thank you, Mr.

Although he doesn’t really care if he was punished, it’s not that he hadn’t experienced it before, but after all, it’s better to have less than one more thing, so as not to have to add something like a review under the national flag on Monday after the punishment …..

“But since you did not pay attention in class, the school decided to punish you by having you clean up the fallen leaves for three days on school grounds after school,” said Lao Tan.

“What?” Bian Shengjian was so shocked that he almost broke his voice, “Cleaning the school grounds? Mr.
Cai, why didn’t you discuss with them to let me clean the toilet instead?”

“If you want, it’s not impossible.” Lao Tan smiled and adjusted his glasses.

“Are you kidding me?” Bian Shengjian looked at him stumped.

“It’s better to choose a day than to hit the sun,” Lao Tan clapped his hands, “Do it after school ends today.”

Bian Shengjian suddenly felt that his life was gloomy.

The author has something to say: 

The real small playground style OVO

Will continue tomorrow.

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