The woman immediately stopped crying.
"I want her to pay money. She knocked down my son and has to pay for it!"
The officer ignored her and said to Ah Jin, "Don't be impulsive in the future. Don't physically hit people. Find auntie if you have difficulties. Auntie will fix it for you ah."
"Thank you, Auntie. I understand."
Ah Jin gave the three children a look, and the three children spoke in unison, "Thank you, Auntie."
The female officer's eyes squinted into slits as she smiled.
"Hey, you're welcome. What a bunch of nice kids."
Ah Jin then asked, "Auntie, I want to say a few words to her. Is it okay?"
The female officer frowned and looked at the woman and said, "Okay, go ahead."
Ah Jin went to the woman and squatted down.
The woman looked at Ah Jin and shouted, "What do you want? I will not forgive you. You must pay for it!"
Ah Jin smoothed her collar and whispered, "If you let your child fall into my hands again, I'll kill him and then kill myself in your house to pay a life for a life."
The woman looked at Ah Jin's eyes, which contained only coldness and cruelty. There was no joking or teasing.
She felt a chill rise up her body and couldn't help but shiver.
Ah Jin smiled at her again and shouted, "Remember what I said!"
The smile did not reach the bottom of her eyes.
She was still cold and indifferent.
The female officer asked Ah Jin, "What did you say to her? Why is she so quiet."
Ah Jin smiled and said, " It was nothing. It was just a bluff to scare her."
The female officer told Ah Jin and others to go home.
They should hurry home and cook.
They should continue working in the afternoon.
On the way home, the second child brought along the hay he had collected this morning to repair the roof for Ah Jin.
Ah Jin was very fond of these three brothers.
The second child knew how to get things done, the third was lively, the fourth was well-behaved.
They were not bad boys at all.
On the way home, they ran into their neighbor, Li Damai, whose family moved into Fangjia Village more than ten years ago, so their last name was not Fang.
Li Damai saw the four people returned and ran to Ah Jin.
He asked, "Are you all right?"
"Yes, Brother Damai."
The original owner supported her three brothers for two years because he would occasionally sneak in to help the original owner.
So Li Damai deserved a lot of credit.
Li Damai looked around and secretly took out another fist-sized bag from his clothing pocket.
"Zhaodi, this is what I saved. You can take it back and eat it."
Not waiting for Ah Jin to say no, he stuffed it into her hand and ran away.
Ah Jin found that the bag was filled with peanuts.
Although there were not many, 20 to 30 of them should be there.
Ah Jin's impression of Li Damai improved.
He sent precisely what she needed.
When peanuts were turned into peanut oil, they could be used for frying and cooking.
The bag was tucked into her pocket.
She continued to walk home, but she was negotiating with San Qi in her head.
"I want you to help me make peanuts into peanut oil."
San Qi refused.
"No, I can't do it. Besides, there are just a few peanuts. Nothing more than a few drops of oil."
"Then forget it, do you have peanut oil at the mall? I'll take this bag of peanuts for it."
San Qi knelt.
"Boss, you must be joking with me."
Ah Jin was sincere.
"I'm not joking. I'm talking about business."
San Qi stood firm.
"The mall only allows you to buy things with energy. There is no bartering!"
Ah Jin was a little disappointed.
"Well, a bag of peanuts plus 5 energy. I want you to give me a small bottle of peanut oil. I will give you the processing fee. Do you want it?"
San Qi kept reminding itself to be calm and not impulsive.
A mosquito's leg was still meat!
Calm the hell down!
If she hadn't been a partner, it would have been better to let her go to hell!
San Qi looked at the remaining provisions in front of it.
With eyes closed, it was silently meditating in its heart.
'Forty plus five equals forty-five, and it would be 45 energy worth this time. It is a good deal. It is a good deal. It is a good deal, my ass!'
Eventually, San Qi's dignity gave in to the energy.
It held back and helped Ah Jin exchange a small peanut oil bottle.
Ah Jin was still on credit.
I'm so glad anyone is reading this novel. Buying me coffee is a big help to my already very busy life (۶* ‘ꆚ’)۶”