After arriving at the school, Shao Mingwei refreshed the interface of the academic administration system several times, but the grades still did not come out.
He thought it was too distracting in class, so he simply stopped worrying about it.
Anyway, it will surely come out today. 

At noon, Shao Mingwei usually eats at school, together with Liu Yang, or sometimes with his other roommates Feng Ji and Wang Yicong.
If the afternoon class starts at 1:30, he will go straight to the classroom after eating, if the class starts at 3:30, he will go back to the dormitory to rest for a while and will not leave the school to go back to Min Yu, but sometimes the two will make an appointment to have lunch together, or Min Yu will pick him up to go home and cook.

It was 1:30 in the afternoon.
After the first subject ended, Liu Yang, who was sitting next to him playing on his phone, suddenly hit him with his elbow, saying in excitement, “Mingwei, someone in the group said that the grades are out.
You quickly check it out.”



Shao Mingwei paused while turning a page.
He said, “Okay” then turned his head and asked Liu Yang with a smile, “Why do I feel like you’re more excited than me?”

Liu Yang let out a “tsk”, scratched his head, and laughed mischievously.
“I will take a look at how high the score of the university tyrant is… the ranking hasn’t come out yet.
Let me estimate what place I can rank.” 

“How much is your average?” Shao Mingwei asked him while he bowed his head to look at the academic system.


“……85.5.” Liu Yang paused for a moment, then replied.

Shao Mingwei glanced at him.
“Regressed? You played too many games last semester, ba.”

“I will definitely not play this semester!” Liu Yang blushed a little.
He straightened up his neck, lay down on the table, and talked to himself.
“Fortunately, our school does not send grades to our parents.
If my mother knew that my average regressed, she would surely nag me…”


Shao Mingwei listened and thought to himself.
He wished that someone would receive the grades the school sent.
Who will he send it to? Rong Rong? Or Min Yu? He thought about it but then immediately stopped, secretly saying that he was letting his imagination run wild.

We’re sorry for MTLers or people who like using reading mode, but our translations keep getting stolen by aggregators so we’re going to bring back the copy protection.
If you need to MTL please retype the gibberish parts.

“Lbk’r la ublcu? Qtja’r sbeg jnfgjuf?” Ole Tjcu ifjcfv mibrf ab Vtjb Zlcukfl jcv ibbxfv ja atf rmgffc bo tlr qtbcf.

Vtjb Zlcukfl uijcmfv ja tlw, aegcfv rlifca obg j wbwfca, atfc rjlv, “…95.”


“Memx!” Ole Tjcu kjr raeqfolfv.
Mlcvlcu la ecyfilfnjyif, tf rjlv, “Jijrrwjaf Vtjb Zlcukfl, sbe afii wf tbk wemt sbe tjnf ab rmbgf lc fjmt reypfma ab ufa jc jnfgjuf ugjvf bo 95?” 

Shao Mingwei thought seriously for a moment and said, “At least they all should be around 90.”

Liu Yang didn’t want to pay attention to him anymore and furiously said, “Your average is not for reference.
It can’t be used as a reference for estimating ranks.”

Shao Mingwei: “Why?”

“Your average is too against the sky, definitely much higher than a second placer’s average should have.
Our department had a lot of more normal people.” 

Shao Mingwei smiled.
“Maybe there’s someone who did better than me in the exam?”

Liu Yang said decisively, “Impossible!”

Shao Mingwei shook his head and did not entangle with him about this issue anymore.
He sent Min Yu a message and told him about his grades.

Almost instantly, Min Yu’s WeChat came: Wonderful! In the evening, let’s have a big meal.
I will treat and reward our hardworking classmate Xiao Shao. 

His happy mood overflowed through the words in his message, like a caring parent learning that his child had scored well on the exam.

Shao Mingwei chuckled.


Liu Yang saw him smiling at his phone, and the small radar above his head immediately turned, leaving behind his grades and anything else, then leaned over to gossip.
“What are you doing? Are you chatting with someone again?”

Sensing him approaching, Shao Mingwei immediately put the phone screen down on the table and said nonchalantly, “No.” 

The more Liu Yang looked at it, the more he felt that he wanted to hide it.
He asked suspiciously, “Mingwei, you tell me honestly, are you dating someone? Wang Yicong told me before and I didn’t believe it, but now I think you’re chatting with your partner.”

“Really not.” Shao Mingwei smiled helplessly.

Liu Yang hooked Shao Mingwei’s neck.
A big, tall one hung completely on Shao Mingwei, instigating him.
“Aiya, we are all good brothers here.
Just tell me, ah… Are you still afraid that I will dig your walls? You see, how can I possibly dig it?”

Shao Mingwei was dizzy from his shaking.
Fortunately, the sound of the bell for class rang.
The teacher stood up from the chair behind the podium to prepare for class.
He quickly said, “Class will start.
Sit down quickly.” 

The teacher in front coughed, and Liu Yang sat back reluctantly.

After school in the afternoon, Shao Mingwei and Min Yu arranged to meet at the gate of the school.
Liu Yang also made an arrangement with Cheng Xiaoshen at the entrance of the school.
The two packed their school bags and walked out.

“Ai, Mingwei, did you see the pre-registration form the counselor put into the group chat for fast-tracking members of the honors student society into the graduate program?” Halfway through, Liu Yang suddenly remembered something and smacked his head.
“I forgot that with your grades, you can be directly admitted to a graduate school.”

“Seen it,” Shao Mingwei paused when he heard those words, then walked forward and asked, “Do you want to sign up?” 

“En,” Liu Yang scratched his head and explained, “Our department has only a few places for postgraduate studies.
It’s definitely not my turn yet, and I don’t have the perseverance to take the entrance exam for graduate schools… I took a look at the requirements of the honors student society.
In terms of grades, I think it’s good enough, and I also have enough student work experience.
At that time, I will work for two years and then go to graduate school.
After finishing graduate school, I will have fresh graduate status.
I think it’s very suitable for me.”

Shao Mingwei pondered for a moment, then nodded.
“I think it’s good too.”

“Right, ba! I will consult my parents about this in the evening, and if they agree, I will fill in the pre-registration form and submit it.” Seeing that Shao Mingwei also agreed with his decision, Liu Yang proudly made a shooting movement with his imaginary basketball.

Shao Mingwei smiled and teased him, saying, “The student work of the honor students society is generally administrative-related.
I’ve seen the notice, and it says to select full-time student working members to strengthen the construction of the team of counselors.
You may do a counselor’s job or something.
At that time, you can’t be a hot-tempered child or else you won’t be able to perform your student work properly.” 

Liu Yang laughed heartily.
“I know, mama Shao.”

The notice from the honor student society reminded Shao Mingwei of the question he had to put aside because of his hesitation for a long time on where he would go after graduation.
Now, it was officially put on notice for consideration.

Of course, he wanted to continue his studies, but he forced himself not to forget the hundreds of thousands of yuan he owed Min Yu.
Maybe Min Yu won’t bother about it, but Shao Mingwei can’t just ignore it.
He doesn’t want to continue just being a student while with Min Yu.

This young man was eager to grow into a mature man and was impatient to be involved in real work and enter society.
In his relationship with Min Yu, he will take personal responsibility for the small family that they will build in the future rather than be dependent on his lover in case of emergencies and just be powerless. 

It’s just that at this time, Shao Mingwei didn’t realize that such a way of thinking was immature in itself.
His thinking fell into misconceptions and was influenced by the hidden chauvinism in his bones.
Even if he knew that he might not reach Min Yu’s height after decades of hard work, he still wanted to try his best to get closer to him, take responsibility, and take care of him.

He was stubborn and taciturn that he was starting to drill to the tip of the bull's horn.


Translator’s corner: I’m late again I’m so sorry.
I was unwell yesterday, I consumed too much caffeine yesterday that my heart was beating so fast, I felt dizzy and nauseous and my muscles were shaking.
It took a while before my body finally calmed down, however after that, my stomach started to hurt like crazy.
It felt like it was being burned inside, I couldn’t focus on editing so I decided to just sleep early.

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