The Silly Alchemist - Chapter 616




They want me? What is this lady saying? Is she flirting with me? So publicly? 

At that moment, Ye Lang totally misunderstood her sentence. He seriously considered the girl standing before him then said, “Sorry, but I don’t want you!” 

“!!” 

“What?!” 

The whole street turned silent. The girl was stunned just like the others on the balcony. They stood in shock, how could someone not want them? 

Especially a nobody like him! A poor nobody! 

The young ladies thought to themselves, ‘Who are you to not want us! You’re just a commoner, you’re lucky that we even spared you a glance!’ 

Ugh, the audacity! 
 
We don’t actually want you, we just want to toy with you for our enjoyment!! 

“What did you say?” said the young lady, fire spitting out of her eyes. 

“I said, I don’t want you! Please move!” repeated Ye Lang, totally unaware of the fiery gaze on him. 

Crack! 

The walnut in the girl’s hand was crushed to pieces. 

“I’m going to kill you!” said the young lady as she charged towards Ye Lang. 

“Debbie! Stop!!” said the prettiest girl. 

“...” Debbie stopped her tracks, sword in the air. 

Thank god, no lives were sacrificed today, that young man was really lucky. 

The bystanders all thought that Ye Lang would be sliced in half if someone didn’t stop Debbie. 

They didn’t know that Ye Lang would have actually grabbed his sword and started fighting her. He could probably get out unscathed. 

“Hmmpf! What use would your sword be, even girls don't use such a thin one!” 

Debbie saw the slight flinch in Ye Lang as he prepared to grab his sword. 

Ye Lang’s sword was in fact on the thinner side. Debbie’s sword was at least double Ye Lang’s sword in width and much longer. 

Debbie sword was not the longest one for a girl, it was mid-length. 

She had never seen a sword thinner than Ye Lang’s in her lifetime. 

The reason why Ye Lang’s sword looked thinner was because not only it was thinner but it didn’t even have a crossguard. 

That’s why it looked so thin! 

It was a sword Ye Lang personally made. He didn’t make a crossguard simply because he thought it was unnecessary! 

The Nine Dugu Swords was a skill that had no defence to it, it was a pure attack skill so there was no need for a crossguard. 

“A bigger sword doesn’t mean you’re better than me. A sword is nothing without the skills of the person wielding it!” said Ye Lang then he continued walking. 

“Don’t go! We want to have a chat with you!” Debbie blocked Ye Lang again. 

“Sorry, I do not have the time nor the interest for that,” said Ye Lang bluntly as he shook his head. 

“Is it because I’m not pretty enough? Never mind, do you see the person that stopped me? She’s beautiful,” said Debbie. She didn’t seem to care much about her looks but that didn’t mean she didn’t have a pretty face. She was much more attractive than the average person. 

Debbie was actually quite well known for her looks in Ai La but she was also known for her personality, her impulsive nature, her brashness… 

“I see her. Yeah, she is prettier than you but what does that have to do with me? Stop blocking me!” Ye Lang continued, “Right, lady, where can I get cheap food and where is the park?” 

Debbie starred at Ye Lang, her face full of curiosity. She wondered if Ye Lang really did ignore the person she just mentioned. 

In Debbie’s world, no one had ever ignored that person, especially men. Every man rushed to the opportunity to get closer to her. 

Odd, was it because we were standing too far that the commoner couldn’t get a clear look? 

Right, that had to be the reason. Just because I can see clearly doesn’t mean he can...

In reality, Ye Lang’s eyesight wasn’t bad. He just didn’t look at the young lady because he thought that he had no reason to. 

“What did you say? Cheap food? I’ll buy you a meal, you don’t need to spend a cent.” Although Debbie was rash, she wasn’t dumb. 

If he wanted cheap food, she would attract him with just that. Wait, why did she need to put in so much effort? He should come over because she wanted him to. 

“No way, we don’t know each other. Why not I pay you for my meal,” said Ye Lang. 

“Sure, if you want to pay then pay! Follow me,” said Debbie. Money didn’t matter to her, she just wanted him to come with her. 

“Ok!” said Ye Lang as he nodded. He followed her to the hotel. 

If Ye Lanyu found out about it, she would definitely scold Ye Lang for being so clueless. How could he just follow a stranger like that? What if they were bad people? 

And that was exactly what Debbie and her friends were. 

“Hello pretty ladies!” greeted Ye Lang politely. His nobleman aura radiated out for a moment. 

The few ladies noticed it but brushed it away. Everything Ye Lang did after that made them think that he was a rather detestable commoner.
 







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