Everyone Knows I'm a Good Man - Chapter 21.1
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The rich second-generation roommate Zheng Qinghui listened to Cheng Yueyang explain to him about ‘we don’t have much time to utilize’ time theory.
He thought Cheng Yueyang was stupid.
“Even if that’s true, can you really never wash your clothes? Besides, what can we do with the remaining time? Stupid.”
He looked at Cheng Yueyang with a look as if he was looking at a fool, and looked back at Ji Changze, who was calmly reading a book, as if completely immersed in the world of books and could not see it, and sneered:
“If you listen to him, he will only make a fool out of you. According to him, noone should do laundry, and let the clothes stink.” But remember, “If you don’t do the laundry, you’ll have no other choice in the end, and you will be forced to do it.”
As he said that, his voice was particularly loud and deliberately making Ji Changze hear it. With a mocking tone, he added:
“You’re not like Ji Changze, who has to attend college with his mother following. He could let his mother wash his clothes when he gets home, can you?”
Cheng Yueyang was very confused.
He felt that what Zheng Qinghui said was very reasonable.
But what Ji Changze said was more reasonable.
Looking down at the books on the table, “But our study time is so little …”
Zheng Qinghui felt deflated: This guy is really stupid…
Except with Ji Changze, the other three people in the dormitory room have always had a good relationship. Although they have different personalities, they have no bad intentions and don’t interfere with each other. After getting along for so long, Zheng Qinghui really took the two other roommates as brothers.
It turned out that one of his brother was now being stupid.
How can he not settle the score with the culprit?
Zheng Qinghui coldly turned his head and strode to Ji Changze’s table. Seeing the young man obviously not wearing headphones, but acting as if they did not hear anything and was very seriously reading a book, his face turned even more angry.
“Ji Changze, what nonsense are you fooling Yueyang with? You don’t do your own laundry, and now you want to get him to stop doing it too, right?”
The young man frowned slightly and took his eyes slowly away from the book, raising his eyes to look at the person in front of him.
Zheng Qinghui had a provocative look on his face, “I just don’t like you. Try and hit me if you can!”
He has long been unhappy with Ji Changze.
Ji Changze didn’t clean, was arrogant, and he even pretended that his roommate’s car was his own.
What kind of rubbish was that?
What’s the big deal? Fight!
Let’s see who is afraid of who!!
The young man’s eyes lingered on Zheng Qinghui’s provocative face for a moment and then lowered his head as if he were an air, continuing to read his book as if nothing had happened.
Zheng Qinghui: “…”
“Ji Changze, who are you looking down on?!!!”
Cheng Yueyang saw Zheng Qinghui looked as if he wanted to pounce on someone, and quickly went forward to stop him, “Changze doesn’t mean that. I talked to him before, and he was like that. We are all roommates, talk properly.”
“Who wants to be his roommate?! Since the beginning of the school year, he has never cleaned the dormitory. And you, when did you take his side?!”
“What the hell? I’m telling you, he just doesn’t want to waste his study time.”
“Bullsh*t! How much time can be wasted by just saying a word? I think this boy just looks down on me. You get out of the way, I have to teach him why flowers are so red today!”
(TNote: teach people why flowers are red = metaphor; make him see red/ make him bleed/ beat him up.)
One of the two wanted to jump forward and the other one wanted to block.
Ji Changze, the culprit, was still sitting there quietly …
He turned the book at a rate of one page every 10 seconds.
Zheng Qinghui keenly caught this, and suddenly felt that he had caught Ji Changze acting innocent and not responding to his provocation.
“Ji Changze! I’m telling you, don’t pretend! Such little time between pages, but still claiming to read the book? Who are you fooling?”
When he said so, Cheng Yueyang, who was blocking him also turned his head to look over.
Ji Changze still looked calm and didn’t even look at their side. His hand still turned the page quickly.
Cheng Yueyang: “…”
What kind of person reads a book like that?
Even he didn’t believe Ji Changze was reading a book.
He immediately put down the hand that stopped Zheng Qinghui, and said, “Changze, Qinghui didn’t mean any harm. It’s just that, you said his car was yours. He has anger in his heart, maybe you should apologize to him …”
The young man temporarily stopped his reading time. His eyebrows wrinkled again. With the expression of ‘why are you so bothersome’, he turned towards the two.
Zheng Qinghui sneered again, “You’re still playing dumb, aren’t you? It’s all over the forum, and you’re still pretending.”
“Calm down. Calm down.”
Cheng Yueyang hurriedly pulled him to stop him from hitting someone. He took out his phone and handed Ji Changze the photo from the forum.
Pointing to the red convertible behind Ji Changze from above, “This is the car.”
The youth glanced coldly at it.
Cheng Yueyang: “…”
Zheng Qinghui’s temper suddenly came up: “You thought we were talking crap to you, didn’t you? Ji Changze, I say you’re quite cheeky ah! Took my car, said it’s yours, and used it to pick up girls. Why are you so shameless?”
Ji Changze remained expressionless as usual, his voice was cold, “Did I say that?”
Zheng Qinghui sneered, “Didn’t you say it?”
Cheng Yueyang: “… that, Qing Hui, he really didn’t say it.”
“This picture was posted on the Internet by someone. At the beginning, the words were [Indeed. The rich young man with good looks matches with a beautiful woman with a good body]. But Ji Changze himself never spoke.”
He also showed Zheng Qinghui the title of the post that had been moved to the top as a popular post.
Zheng Qinghui: “This post has been floating in the school forum for three days. There are also shares, microblogs and people are still tagging him. You think he hasn’t seen it?”
He was still quite observant and looked at Ji Changze sitting there from a high position and concluded, “He knows that such a lie will be exposed one day. So, he didn’t deny or admit it. Even if others know the truth and ask him, he can say that he didn’t know.”
“Ji Changze, what else do you have to say? You can say that you don’t watch the forum and post comments. There’s always the microblog. You often post some foreign academic papers on Weibo. You have posted one after this incident. You could say that you can’t see others tagging you while you post academic papers. Do you think I’m stupid?”
Cheng Yueyang wanted to persuade again. He had just opened his mouth but suddenly thought again.
It doesn’t make sense.
He now also believed that Ji Changze was thinking the same thoughts as Zheng Qinghui said, and looked a little awkward, “Changze, just apologize to Qinghui. This matter is also your fault anyhow.”
Ji Changze: “I didn’t post.”
Zheng Qinghui snorted, took out his phone, searched Ji Changze’s Weibo and clicked in. He handed the main page to him, and asked while refreshing.
“Well, tell me. If you don’t go to Weibo, who posted these every day? A ghost?”
“If I refresh it like this, will it post? Will it? Do you think it will?”
— Ping ping ping!
Weibo refreshed successfully.
Under the eyes of the three, Ji Changze’s Weibo showed that a new post had updated.
Zheng Qinghui: “…”
Cheng Yueyang: “…”
Ji Changze: “It will.”
Zheng Qinghui didn’t believe it and looked at Weibo carefully. However, the release date was 1 second ago.
He looked at Ji Changze again.
The young man was still sitting there like he has been doing, sitting upright, with both hands off the phone.
Zheng Qinghui: “… how did you do it??”
Ji Changze: “Timed posting.”
Does Weibo have such a thing?
Seeing his face of disbelief, Ji Changze’s tone remained muted.
“Don’t you guys check Weibo’s beginner’s guide after you downloaded it?”
Zheng Qinghui: “…”
Although Ji Changze’s expression was still absent from his face, his tone was also the same as before.
But why did Zheng Qinghui always feel as if the person in front of him was wondering why his IQ was so low…
Zheng Qinghui: “Who said I didn’t read it. I did. It’s just that, who would remember this little thing, right Yueyang?”
Cheng Yueyang: “I didn’t read it. Where is this beginner’s guide?”
“Not at the moment…”
The young man slightly nodded. “I made it myself.”
Zheng Qinghui: “…”
Cheng Yueyang: … Yeah, Ji Changze loved to do this kind of thing.
Zheng Qinghui still felt that he was being set up, “No, can’t you just post properly on Weibo? What’s the point of timing it?”
Ji Changze: “A waste of time.”
Zheng Qinghui: “…”
Why is he so irritating?
He rolled up his sleeves and was about to go up. Cheng Yueyang quickly stopped him: “Calm down, calm down. He is like this. It’s the same as when he talked to me before.”
To avoid a fight between the roommates, or a one-sided beating of Ji Changze by Zheng Qinghui, Cheng Yueyang coughed dryly.
“Changze, you’d better explain your words clearly. Isn’t it just a post? Besides, if you think it’s a waste of time, then just don’t send it.”
Ji Changze: “I need the number of Weibo followers.”
“If I send it all out in one breath, according to the calculation, only 1 person out of one hundred people will read it all. But once every so often, 34 out of 100 people will finish it, of which an average of 8 people will pay attention.”
Cheng Yueyang listened and nodded frequently.
Then he asked the soul question: “So what do you want followers for?”
The young man gave him a puzzled look, with a ‘don’t you understand this?’ expression.
“Experimenting, of course.”
Facing the two people who were confused, he directly opened his computer and clicked on the file labeled [The main reason for the rise in fan base].
And showed it to the two.
It not only recorded various data in detail, but also wrote what the followers’ reaction was to the content he sent out. Whether someone took it down, what it was for, and what the general mindset was when it was taken down.
As you can see, this thing was definitely not built in a day.
Of course, in reality it was a day’s work.
After all, the original owner engaged in microblogging to pretend. The mentality was indeed like what Zheng Qinghui said.
But now, it didn’t matter.
Due to some personal issues, I will still be translating but, I will not be posting in Centinni any more. All of the translations that I am doing for Centinni will continue in another site starting next week.
I AM NOT DROPPING ANY OF THE BOOKS THAT I AM TRANSLATING. I love you guys too much to ever quit. So don’t worry, if you see another team name doing these books in NU. It’s still me! :))
You can always contact me on discord. Thank you for your understanding…