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Chapter 166 Some Sage Life Advice

  • By the time I got up, Josephine had already switched off the ceiling lights. The only light source in the room was the weak rays of a small standing lamp. Josephine was playing a game on her phone intently. At that moment, she looked just like a small kid whose entire attention was on their favorite toy. I rubbed the sleep out of my eyes and shook myself awake.
  • “Huh? Why did you get up?” Josephine asked when she saw me stretching lazily out of the corner of her eye.
  • Smiling, I checked my phone and realized that I had only been asleep for an hour or so. I guess young people have too much energy; I feel refreshed after that short nap. Even a three-hour-long shopping spree wouldn't tire me out now.
  • “Josephine? I'm hungry,” I whined apologetically after patting my stomach. “Is there anything to eat here? Can we get room service?”
  • She finished her game and put her phone down. Nodding in empathy, she then launched into a tirade on Sandy. “Of course, you'd be starving. You barely touched any of the food earlier after Sandy pissed you off. That b*tch is something, picking on your manners when we're eating. If you weren't tugging on my sleeve every few seconds, I would've reduced her to tears. God, I was so fed up watching her antics.”
  • Upon that, I interrupted Josephine's rant and steered the topic back to my empty stomach. “I know I didn't eat anything while Sandy was around, but Mr. Adler brought me to a restaurant afterward. I'm still hungry, though. Let's get room service, ok?”
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