Hearing the man's words, Alex finally recalled why the name seemed so familiar. The man before him was Edmund, a friend of his back in university.
“Edmund, you've changed drastically. I could barely recognize you.” Cheerfully, Alex tried to strike up a friendly conversation. After all, Edmund was now an employee working in his company.
Truthfully, they weren't particularly close friends in university. They only knew each other because of their mutual friends and similar social circles.
As Edmund retrieved the takeout from Alex's outstretched hand, a look of disdain flitted across his face. “Speaking of change, I believe that you were the one who changed more than me. I can't believe that you've resorted to delivering takeout. Weren't you a security guard at Four Seas Corporation? What happened? Did they fire you?” Edmund sneered mockingly.
When Edmund realized that Alex, an old classmate of his, was the one who'd delivered his takeout, he couldn't help but rejoice at this unexpected coincidence.
Although they rarely interacted in university, Edmund had always harbored a long-time crush on Heather. Even so, she got together with Alex instead. Hence, Edmund could not approach her and only watched the couple silently from afar.