“And you.” Shi Ye suddenly looked at Wen Chi, “Get your ass up here.”

Originally, Wen Chi was still watching the excitement but he didn’t expect Shi Ye’s spearhead to be aimed at him so quickly.
He suddenly met Shi Ye’s gloomy eyes and was shocked.
He didn’t dare to hesitate anymore and hurriedly climbed onto the carriage as fast as he could.

It was obvious that there was only Shi Ye in the carriage but the suffocating aura emanating from Shi Ye made Wen Chi feel that the carriage was crowded with people for no reason and he didn’t dare to sit opposite Shi Ye, nor did he dare to sit next to Shi Ye, in the end he picked a corner and sat down.

Unexpectedly, Shi Ye attacked again: “Get over here.”

Wen Chi shivered and hurriedly sat opposite Shi Ye, but he did not want to look directly at Shi Ye’s face, so he simply closed his eyes to recuperate.

As a result, not long after he closed his eyes, he heard Shi Ye say, “Since you don’t want to use those eyes, why don’t Bengong dig them out for you.”

Wen Chi: “…”

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He was so frightened that he immediately opened his eyes and stared with his eyes wide open.

Only to see Shi Ye was no longer sitting in his wheelchair instead he was leaning slightly and lazily in front of the carriage window – but he was still sitting in his usual sitting pose with a pair of eyes like stagnant water calmly watching Wen Chi.

Wen Chi felt guilty.
He shrank his neck subconsciously and said cautiously, “I am of humble status and is not worthy to look directly at Your Royal Highness the Crown Prince.”

“Oh?” His Highness the Crown Prince said, “Even if you shouldn’t see it, you’ve already seen it so many times, shouldn’t it be better for Bengong to dig out your eyes?”

Wen Chi: “…”

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