utting the ant ecology box away, Jiang Tairan also leaned close to Zan You’er stretched his head out to look outside the window.

“Seems like we won’t be able to go back in this rain, how about we wait in the classroom and wait for the rain to step?”

Hang Jiyun and Ke Hongming sat aside in silence with their heads lowered, not voicing any approval or disapproval.

Zan You’er stuffed her schoolbag inside her desk drawer and sat down once again before cradling her chin with her right hand and asking in a tangled manner;

“Did any of you bring your mobile phone? I’ll make a call to find my phone and call a taxi to pick us up.”

“If I had brought my phone, I would have already taken it out and called my driver, would I still have to wait for you to call a taxi?”

Ke Hongming, the brother from a wealthy family, put down the cards in his hands as he raised his head and responded to Zan You’er.

When she thought about it, she realized he was right.
If they had brought their mobile phones, they might have already reached home by now.
But it was already 2019, why would there be people who don’t take their phones with them when they go out…

“Are you all living in 1019… Why don’t you take your phones with you when you go out?”

She couldn’t understand how a person could pass such a boring day without a mobile phone.

“I’m not addicted to my phone like you, unable to live without my phone.”

Ke Hongming, who was playing cards with his head lowered, spoke in a deprecatory manner.
You’er secretly rolled her eyes and didn’t bother paying attention to him.

Song Luan smiled without saying anything as he stood in front of the window and looked out at the heavy rain thoughtfully.

Hang Jiyun continued to read, as though what happened outside had nothing to do with him.

“It’s so annoying to have a phone.
A bunch of people come to chat with you on WeChat and you get tired before you even finish blocking all of them.”

Jiang Tairan felt disgusted to death when he remembered that scene and stuck out his tongue to dissipate his nausea.
He sat next to Ke Hongming and grabbed his cards before shuffling the cards disinterestedly.

“Isn’t it because you run around outside with that superficial look on your face that so many men and women run up to you to ask you for your WeChat, you don’t have to give it to them.”

Jiang Tairan had an extremely exquisite face with big eyes and long eyelashes, smooth and fair skin.
He was the type who could pull it off if he dressed in women’s clothes and wore a wig.

“It’s not as if I want to be so good-looking, what can I do about it~~ Xiao Youyou, let me tell you, those people are so annoying.
If you don’t give it to them, they’ll ask you for your QQ, if you don’t give them your QQ id, they’ll ask for your phone number, if you don’t give them your phone number, they’ll give you their phone number.
You tell me, aren’t they boring?”

After he bragged for a while and frowned as he complained about some stupid men and women, Ke Hongming snatched the cards away while he wasn’t paying attention.

“They are boring, but I am also bored now! How can I wait for the rain to stop without my phone!”

Lifting her head up with an appearance as if she would never be happy again, Zan You’er screamed at the sky. Noo!

“Then we could play cards, we can play a lot of things with five people.”

Song Luan walked up to Zan You’er and smiled as he gave his suggestion.
The two people who were snatching the cards from each other stopped when they heard him.

Jiang Tairan was the first to agree, “Okay, okay~ Xiao Youyou come over to me, I’ll teach you how to play cards~”

“You’re going to teach her? Do you really want her, who isn’t rich in the first place, to lose her entire family’s fortune?”

Ke Hongming looked down on Jiang Tairan’s rotten card skills and ridiculed Zan You’er’s moderately well-off family in passing.

“Hey hey hey, Ke Hongming, you’re talking more and more excessively, take care or I might hit you!”

After leaving her seat and walking over to the table of three, Zan You’er sat down next to Jiang Tairan and waved her small fist at Ke Hongming in a threatening manner.

Song Luan also followed behind her and stood at her side before glancing at Hang Jiyun who had his ears shut to his surroundings as he read his book whole-heartedly as though he were a sage.

“Jiyun, do you want to join us? What do you want to play?”

Hang Jiyun closed his book and put it inside the desk drawer.
He raised his leg and rested it on top of the other as he leaned against his chair and spoke softly. 

“Truth or Dare.”

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