Chapter 263: The So-Called “Love me, Love my Dog” (5)
Chapter 263: The So-Called “Love me, Love my Dog” (5) Translator: Noodletown Translated Editor: Noodletown Translated "You…" Wang Tingting was obviously furious. "Tingting, humans are all like this. Kindness is always returned tenfold. I know you're unhappy, but I didn't use any tricks to get promoted. This is the hospital's decision." "It's all because Director Wu likes you, people all say that you had a thing with Director Wu back at the First Hospital." Wang Tingting was so furious that she forgot to filter her thoughts. "You can eat crap, but you can't talk crap. If you're going to spread untrue rumors, then you have to provide proof. Plus, if I really had a thing with Director Wu, do you really think that I would still be just a head nurse?" "Who knows, maybe you're showing off on purpose." "I'm not obligated to explain any more to you. Anyways… if we can work together harmoniously, we can be colleagues. If you can't stand me and have to satisfy yourself by talking smack about me every day, go ahead, but… don't ever ask for my help during your shift because I won't help you, not even once." "I don't need your help, you're not Jesus." "Good for you, we'll see." Huo Mian saw right through people like Wang Tingting. Like He Man, she was also dark and twisted inside. On the surface, she pretended to be close to you. However, she becomes jealous as soon as she sees that you're doing better than her. There was no need to argue or be afraid of people like her, and the best solution was to just ignore her. Now that Wang Tingting worked under Huo Mian, she had so many ways to make her life hell. But she didn't want to do that, because it was lame… People shouldn't spend every day thinking about ways to plot and take revenge on others. If so, that person would be doomed for life. Those who complain and hate have no future, and Huo Mian wasn't that stupid… Since the day he was admitted into the hospital, Huo Mian was the only one allowed into Su Yu's room. Slowly, Huo Mian became Su Yu's personal nurse, even though she hadn't actually taken care of him. But to Su Yu, she was already a special existence. - During the routine ward visits - "How are you feeling today? Does it hurt anywhere?" "No." Su Yu, down in the dumps, just played with his phone. "Take your meds on time and take care of that injured knee. No strenuous exercises for now." Upon hearing this, Su Yu lifted his head and looked at Huo Mian, "What do you mean by 'strenuous exercises'? I don't know what that is, can you explain it to me?" Huo Mian read between the lines and felt her face heat up a bit… "What I mean is that you should not run, jump, or drive a racecar. It's dangerous, and if you get hurt again, it'll become more serious." "Yeah? What about… physical needs? I'll be fine as long as I don't take too much initiative?" Su Yu jokingly asked… "I'm sorry, this isn't within the scope of my responsibilities. You should ask experts in this area." Then, Huo Mian turned around to leave… Suddenly remembering something, she turned back around and looked at Su Yu. "Su Yu, thank you for giving me an 'A'." She then opened the door to leave … Su Yu's expression was complicated; he should've given her a 'D' on her evaluation form and complained about her. However, he couldn't do it. Objectively, she was a very responsible healthcare provider. The only reason why he would give her a 'D' was because she rejected him, but seeking a grudge like that was too petty of him. "Young Master, your mother sent people here to help you pack since you're being discharged tomorrow." "Come in," Su Yu said, his spirits low. He had been staying here for so long that he didn't really want to leave… He was no longer looking forward to drunken nights at the club or being reckless just for the sake of it. This was all because of that damned girl, Huo Mian. That afternoon, while Huo Mian was creating next month's schedule in her office, she heard the sound of knocking on the door… "Come in." Huo Mian looked up to see who it was. She was dazed; this was certainly a surprise visitor. "Why are you here?"