Evil Emperor's Wild Consort
Chapter 220: The Good-for-Nothing Prince (4)
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“Can I eat meat?”
Pang Ran blinked pitifully as he asked.
“You can,” Gu Ruoyun’s lips twitched a little, “You can eat meat, but you can’t be too greedy! Following my method; within three weeks, I can help you slim down.”
A glint flashed through the fatty’s almost invisible eyes, he was so excited that his face became flushed red: “Really? I can slim down even if I don’t eat vegetables or get beaten up? Goddess, you’re really my goddess, I love you!”
Pang Ran threw himself at Gu Ruoyun, trying to hug her tightly with his open arms.
Looking at that enormous body flying towards her, Gu Ruoyun didn’t even have to think about it: she immediately kicked him away. In a moment, that huge body drew a straight line as it flew out of the room. By some strange coincidence, he fell onto a passerby, causing that poor innocent man to froth at the mouth as his eyes spun around in circles.
It was rather tragic for the passerby. He had only come here to eat a meal, but had mysteriously gotten flattened by a huge mountain. Especially since that huge mountain’s butt was now sitting on his face. It was so disgusting that he almost puked up last night’s dinner.
“Um, I’m sorry, this prince didn’t do it on purpose.”
Pang Ran casually stood up and expressed his apology to the person he had squashed. However, upon seeing the face of that person, his expression changed abruptly and he hurriedly charged back into the room to pull Gu Ruoyun towards the exit.
“Goddess, we have to leave now, we’ve really caused a disaster this time!”
Although the fatty had a huge body, he could run like the wind when escaping. In the blink of an eye, he had already sprinted out of the restaurant. It was likely because he was usually running for his life, that he had trained his escaping skills to this extent.
“What’s going on? What happened?”
Gu Ruoyun dazedly looked at Pang Ran and asked.
When he was facing the trouble-making young men from before, or the fellow who had called himself his imperial brother, she hadn’t seen the fatty make such an expression. Could it be that that person just now was someone even more influential?
After running for who knows how long, the fatty finally stopped. He gasped for breath and wiped the sweat off his face. He anxiously said, “Goddess, we’re really in trouble this time! We’re done for, totally done for! If my father finds out, he’ll definitely kill me!”
Pang Ran kept chanting under his breath as cold sweat ran profusely down his forehead, “We’re done for, we’re done for…”
“What in the world happened?” Gu Ruoyun’s expression turned grave as she asked seriously.
“That person I just squashed is the Imperial Adviser of Black Tortoise country! He’s well-versed in astronomy and geology, and he can even see the past and the future! So Father has always trusted him very much! However, this Imperial Adviser is really godly. Before I was born, he predicted that I would be born as a good-for-nothing. Who knew that I would really turn out to be one!”
Pang Ran spoke without looking around him, so he didn’t catch the change in expression that flitted across Gu Ruoyun’s countenance.
“Imperial Adviser?” A sneer rose from the corners of her lips. An ambiguous expression shone in her eyes, “What a good all-seeing Imperial Adviser! Fatty, if I had been there before your mother gave birth to you, I would probably have been able to predict that you would be a good-for-nothing as well!”
“Goddess, you’re that godly too?”
Pang Ran’s eyes sparkled as he stared at the young girl’s pretty face.
Gu Ruoyun smiled mockingly to herself. There may be all-seeing people in this world, but that Imperial Adviser definitely wasn’t one of them.
Ever since she had met Pang Ran, she could tell that this fatty had been poisoned while he was in his mother’s womb. His meridians had been blocked with poison. However, the culprit had clearly wanted to keep him alive, but left him unable to cultivate. This fatty wasn’t a natural-born good-for-nothing, but it was because he had been plotted against.
So what did it mean when the Imperial Adviser had predicted that he would be a good-for-nothing?
“Fatty, let’s go,” Gu Ruoyun patted his shoulder and said, “Let’s go back to your place first, then I’ll help you lose weight.”
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