How to Raise a Silver-Haired Loli – [Chapter 11]

“Hey Fei Yu, I have a question to ask you.”

“Go ahead.”

“Who does Hao Ran like?”

When we arrived back at our house, we didn’t enter our homes immediately. Instead, we stayed and chit chatted for a bit.

 

“……”

“……”

“……”

 

“Fei Yu, why aren’t you speaking?”

“I said you could go ahead and ask, I didn’t say anything about answering you.”

At the same time, I pointed at my bag and asked, “Also, could you release me?”

“Not until you answer me.”

“What’s with the sudden tough attitude.”

“It’s Fei Yu’s fault for always bullying me.”

 

I’m really not used to dealing with girls like the loli, so I had no idea what her definition of “bullying” is.”

 

“Why don’t you just ask him yourself?”

“That’s an invasion of privacy.”

“And this isn’t?”

“Ah.”

“Idiot.”

“I’m not an idiot!”

 

Ignoring the loli’s retort, I fished out the keys and opened the door to my house.

Then, I turned around and said, “I don’t know why you’re interested in it, but I can tell you that Hao Rao doesn’t like anyone.”

“If that’s the case, then isn’t it really unfair tor Sister Yao and Tian Ling?”

“Who knows? Maybe this is for the best.” I frowned and continued, “they wouldn’t allow anything that would change the current situation.”

“Why?

“Why? Hm…”

I couldn’t tell her that no matter who Hao Ran choose, the relationship with the remaining person would be lost forever…

“You’ll understand in the future.”

“What kind of answer is that!”

“A sly answer.” I stopped frowning and continued, “Now, can you release me?”

“Fine…”

 

After a bit of hesitation, the loli released me. Maybe she realised that she wasn’t going to be able to get anything more out of me.

 

No matter what, I am free now.

I entered my house and was about to shut the door when the loli called out to me.

“Oh yeah, my mom invited you over for dinner.”

I was just about to turn down the offer when the loli disappeared into her house.

“Damnit!”

Now it’s too late to say anything, so I could only gloomily enter the house and close the door.

 

Once I was in the house, I rushed straight to my room without stopping to take off my shoes.

My room wasn’t far from the front door, but I was having a hard time breathing due to the anxiety.

However, I managed to calm down after confirming that I was alone in my room.

However, I felt that something was wrong and that’s because the picture that I left in my drawer was on the writing desk again with a note.

I dumped my bag on the ground and walked over to look at the note.

On the note, “Don’t keep eating instant noodles. If there’s no one to cook for you, just call me over. I’ve written my number behind, remember to give me a call when you’re free.”

I turned the note around to see a string of numbers.

“If I could meet you, would I even have come to this place?”

I crumpled the note and left it on the desk. I took the picture and chucked it into the drawer again.

 

Ding Dong.

 

At this moment, the doorbell rang again.

With my lack of friends, I figured it could only be her or the loli.

So I walked to the door and looked through the peephole.

Only after ensuring that it was the loli that I opened the door.

“Fei Yu, mom is telling you to go over.”

“No.”

That’s right, a blunt refusal is the way to go.

Then, I just need to close the door…

“Come on, let’s go! Don’t be a spoilsport!”

As the loli dragged me away by my hand, I was surprised that I didn’t resist at all.

Maybe, subconsciously, I didn’t want to stay at home any more either.

 

At the loli’s house, I was at the dining table sitting across the loli’s mom.

“Fei Yu, are you still hungry?”

“Thank you aunty, I’m full.”

“That’s good, I was afraid that Fei Yu might not be used to the food.”

“No worries, aunty’s food is really delicious.”

Of course, all I had was instant noodles to compare to.

“By the way, could you answer a few questions?”

“Sure, if circumstances allow me to.”

I didn’t know what she might ask, so I set down my condition.

“That’s fine.”

 

Why do I feel uneasy all of a sudden…

 

“Ahem… So my question is…”

The loli’s mom coughed and became serious.

“Fei Yu is actually living alone right?”

 

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6 thoughts on “How to Raise a Silver-Haired Loli – [Chapter 11]

  1. Random rough idea dat its a girl pretending to be a guy whith a reason to live alone while dat actual guy who she changes places with sometimes wisiting her to say crap. Or with more thought it might be another girl who made MC do stuff through blackmail or something.

    Dat kinda a wibe given to me by dis chapter.

    When u so completely dont know but confused by tags u start thinking bout lots of useless stuff. Welp, still worth sticking. Thanx for ur work, Fish dude.

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