It is said that a sage once took water from the Yellow Spring, soil from the Netherworld, and fire from Purgatory, and made a bowl in which he sealed the souls of the divine beast and called it the bowl of seven emotions. Afterward, the bowl of seven emotions entered into the mortal world and tossed and turned in there until it fell into Tang Susu’s hands. ... more>>
The divine beast sat in the bowl and ordered, “Every day, you must give three burns of incense to this divine beast, and it must be ambergris.” Tang Susu calmly poured in half a bowl of chicken-flavored cat food.
The divine beast was furious. “I’m a very, very fierce peerless beast and I eat dragons!"
Tang Susu poured another half bowl of cat food.
The divine beast raised his chin. “And two small yellow croakers.”
Lin Qing He transmigrated into a novel and became one of its cannon fodders. The novel’s background is non-viable 1960s, a time of want to eat but nothing to eat and want to wear but nothing to wear. ... more>>
Although there is a lack of supplies and life was monotonous, this wasn’t what she was concerned about because she got a small personal interspatial space, which was stuffed with supplies, so temporarily there were no worries about her basic needs.
What she’s worried about is that if she remembers correctly, her three so-called sons will become big villains in the future, and their upright and cold dad will end up with an undeniable end.
Lin Qing He looked at the three future villain sons, the eldest who was only five years old, the second child was only three years old, and the third child was only one year old, and decided to give them half of a big white bun first…