I just got a notification that another blogger reposted this blog? I looked at their blog and it looks like they just repost blogs. What’s the point of this? I thought only Twitter would retweet?? Kind of confused.
I was very amused by this chapter but I was also a bit sad to hear about Su Nuo’s past.
I’ve been catching up on my backlog of reading from Novel Updates. I gotta say, I hate it when you are forced to click through ad links to read. It doesn’t work well for me at all. I get why but I don’t like the idea of not being given a choice. Invariably, whenever I try, it also tries to force me download some crap to my computer, which is a big No No!
It does not sit right with me, I don’t think anyone would like the idea of being coerced. Voluntarily choosing to click ads is one thing but I don’t like that whole feeling of the translator holding the chapter hostage because of money. It really makes me want to quit those novels with that type of mentality.
Anyway, please enjoy the chapter! I have to try and translate more if I have time. Again, my goal is once a week when I’ve really been doing it like 2-3 times/week. Thank you everyone for all your support and comments! Much appreciated!
The editor said that the dodder flower does not conform to the three views and cannot be used anymore. It can only be changed by _ (: з ”∠) _. (TL: dodder flower is cuscuta chinensis, parasitic plant that Shen Wang describes Su Nuo as, three views reference world view, life view and moral view. Author also adds another one of her full body emoticons)
The draft, Little Aunty of the School Bully, had to be changed. “School Bully” these two words cannot be used anymore and can only be deleted. (TL: I think for China censorship reasons? I also think she is referring to another novel she is writing)
You guys, look at my thick hair, these two days because of the name, I’ve gone bald.
Since the draft/archive is gone, the update time has gradually gone out of control and I’m striving hard to get on the right track by tomorrow.
The first hundred red envelopes of this chapter.
Hahhaha, I guess this is a thing in China? America, it’s generally understood that usually the boys are circumcised as newborns unless you object to it or what not. My son was circumcised after he was born and it felt like it was a matter of course to have it done. I know though that recently, more new parents are questioning the medical necessity of this procedure.
I guess most Asian countries don’t circumcise at all? I wonder why the twins want to have it done. Like, if it was so positively viewed to have it done, why not complete it directly after birth?