Quick Transmigration: I Just Want to Die

Chapter 93: Red-named Expert (17) Part 1

The food was soon served.

During the meal, Xiao Jiu and Ah Jin talk about bags and cosmetics.

The other three men talk about work and the local culture.

Speaking of customs and traditions, Xiao Jiu asked Ah Jin, "Sister, do you know where something is interesting in B city? I've been here for so long, but I've never been out."

"There are all kinds of places to visit. But the locals don't go out much. It's too crowded."

Talking about tourism, Xiao Jiu was very interested, too.

"I chose the wrong major. If I'd been a tour guide, I could have gone everywhere."

That said, they had been playing for so long, but Ah Jin still had no intention of probing her for information.

Xiao Jiu felt abandoned.

She asked sadly, "You won't even ask me what I'm studying?"

Ah Jin followed her lead and asked, "So what do you study?"

Xiao Jiu cheered up.

"I'm a history major! It's good, isn't it?"

Ah Jin nodded.

"Very impressive. There's a lot to know."

Xiao Jiu asked again, "So guess what my brother is studying?"

Ah Jin looked at her expectant expression and made a random guess, "Math major?”

"Nope. Nope. It's physics! What about You Qian?"

Ah Jin looked at You Qian again.

"Him? Law or police school or something like that."

You Qian broke out in a sweat.

He looked at Ah Jin.

"How do you know that?"

Ah Jin's eyes were closed without the slightest hint of bullsh*t.

"Look at you! I thought you were born to be a cop. Was I right?"

You Qian was so pleased by this ass-kissing.

He said proudly, "Yes!"

Xiao Jiu shook Ah Jin's hand again and asked, "Guess brother Mo's for the final part!"

Ah Jin looked at him and narrowed her eyes.

"Oh, a businessman is an economist. You can't go to a military school or something."

Xiao Jiu slapped the table and laughed wildly.

"Hahaha. You're so good, sister! I'm telling you, these two are the odd ones out. A businessman who became a policeman and a soldier who became a businessman. Isn't that funny?"

The businessman referred to You Qian.

For generations, his family had been in business.

But when it came to him, he didn't want to inherit the family fortune.

He became a policeman.

Mo Shanghua was the opposite.

He was the son of a high-ranking military officer.

After finishing military school, he gave up his position in the army and went out to start his own business.

The two were also childhood friends.

You know that was what they call mutual influence.

They've changed each other, right?

You Qian retorted, "There's nothing wrong with going after what you like. There's nothing wrong with that."

Ah Jin agreed, "That's right. One should pursue what one likes."

Xiao Jiu asked, "So what are you going to do in the future?"

Ah Jin looked at her strangely, "I'm going to inherit the family business."

Xiao Jiu was a little disappointed, "Didn't you just say you wanted to pursue what you like? What do you like then?"

Ah Jin held out her finger on her mouth, "Secret."

Xiao Jiu looked angry and turned her head to the side, "Hmph, stingy."

Ah Jin laughed, "Aren't you not telling me about you either? You're even more stingy!"

Xiao Jiu was a little embarrassed, and only then did she talk about herself.

Both the siblings came from intellectual families, with both parents being professors and teachers.

Compared to them, Song Jin was a "grassroot" family.

Her parents owned a small company.

They had no power and a bunch of extremely nice relatives waiting to share the meat.

Between chats, Mo Shanghua asked Ah Jin a few questions regarding her work.

Soldiers would come to block, and water would come to cover.

Ah Jin brushed them all off.

After the meal, Xiao Jiu dragged Ah Jin to go shopping.

This time, it was a rare occasion that You Qian did not insist on going along.

The other two men also refused to go out.

Xiao Jiu didn't want to take them with her.

She found them to be a burden.

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