He’s Super Sticky


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“Presenting your soul power, I fulfilled the wish in your heart!” Because of the instability of the soul, Bai Chen travels through the various small worlds with the systems, fulfilling one’s soul. It’s just that in every small world there is always a man who makes him fall in love at first sight.

Bai Chen: “Can you kiss and hug me?”

Man: “Baby, come here!”

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13 Reviews

Cold Service
New Cold Service
Jan 17, 2022
Status: Completed
This is definitely a shut off your brain and feed on dog food type of story. The MC is called “Baby” by the ML in every world and to be frank, it’s a very apt description! He whines like a baby, is needy like a baby, and is as selfish as a baby. Sometimes while reading I even get a slight feeling of discomfort because I cannot believe that Bai Chen is an adult.

The ML and the MC are the type to fall in love at first sight every time,... more>> but even with their backstory, it doesn’t seem that believable. The MC relies heavily on the System and the ML in many different worlds to complete his task, in some worlds he’s just like a doll who has no other personality aside from being absolutely enamored with the ML. It goes both ways though.

In some worlds though, you can see that he’s capable of more and that he can do tasks by himself and be proactive. I wished I could have seen some character development but no, he’s always indifferent to everyone except for the ML and it always remains that way. The face-slapping wasn’t developed well either, it’s all about the MC and the ML sharing their love to the entire world.


It’s not all bad, otherwise I wouldn’t have read all 233 chapters. Some arcs are just a miss for me and ruined the overall experience. I recommend reading arcs 3 (Entertainment arc, MC is a cross dresser who aspires to be the best female entertainment star), 4 (MC became super tiny but is strong enough to protect the ML in a fight), 7 (MC’s task is to become a vampire and he actively hunts for vampires that could turn him (the ML is jelly) I think there is less romance in this story actually but they’re still sticky with each other), 8 (Zombie!MC, not much drama but an MC who is like a puppy delivering gifts to ML which he killed zombies for is cute), 9 (ghost hunter!MC x ghost king!ML, the MC shows off his badassery but don’t expect much description of his action/fight against the arc villains), and 11 (ABO! Sci-fi arc with A!MC and A!ML but the ML is pretending to be an omega, reading this you can’t help but wish for the end of the annoying omega trying to add more people to their harem (including the MC but not the ML)).

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New Fisukisuki
Jan 11, 2022
Status: c90
I fcking can't relate wit the low rating. I can't even understand the low rating.

This is pure Fluff. Since MC and ML first 'met', I fell in Love. I know it's going to be good. And I was Absolutely Right!

It was Absolutely Pure Fluff between MC and ML. They don't need much logic to Love each other and be Clingy with each other. They have unconditional trust toward each other. They Love and Protective toward each other. They both very Clingy and Tender and Loving towards each other. You can... more>> call their relationship so far is pretty flawless and I'm Envious, but I'm Loving it soooo much!!!

Do you want to complain about the Plot, then? I don't think there's anything to be angry or disliked. No one exaggerate things. Mission that MC have to do, like Revenge, MC didn't do anything that seems Cross the line or Morally Grey so far. ML also don't do anything beyond things he's not related too.

How about the System? The System doesn't act like those Cute System or Cold/Cruel System. This System is like both Best friend and a Nanny for the MC. Imagine a personal Buttler with the same age as MC, that's what I feel like of our System like. Very Caring toward MC, but also know to be Firm and remind him what he need to do. Very very Good System.

So I Dont Fcking Get the Low Rating!!! <<less
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Nov 02, 2021
Status: c34
Even though some of you guys out there don't like this type of novel that is fast pace but for me this is perfect 😍😍 so thank u translator-san for translating this that I found this wonderful treasure. I wrote this review cause of the system, he is so good to MC and I'm happy for that xD. And even though some of you might not like MC because he's so coquettish, just read furthermore and you guys will found MC is kinda badass but a little naive, because of... more>> that ML is there for MC to not lose control xD. I might come back again if I already finished this. OK thanks for reading my review :)

(ノ'ヮ') ノ*: ・゚. <<less
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Nov 21, 2021
Status: c17
I have pretty low requirements for an entertaining, face slapping, BL, transmigration romp and I still haven't dropped this one, but it's more in a kind of "this train wreck still holds some entertainment value" way.

MC is your typical indifferent, aloof, emotionless transmigrator... right up until he meets ML, at which point he turns into a mentally challenged child. He's in Uni, so they're both adults, but their interactions feel like a sexually active romance between a 4 year old and a 40 year old. Expect to get very tired... more>> of the words "baby" and "sticky".

This novel also hits a record for me on fast romances... in the first arc, to go from "Who are you?" To "Baby, I love you." In the space of like 5 minutes, thats a new for me. (Obviously there are plot reasons, yada yada, but wow)

Now in it's slight defense, MC does appear to regain his IQ when he's separated from ML, but since he can't handle being physically apart, those moments are few and far between.

Also, in the first arc he literally resolved the original body's entire trauma by indifferently dropping one sentence and then mic dropping his way out of the room. After which everyone else just kind of got a clue and slapped faces for him? 666? I guess. <<less
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Nov 14, 2021
Status: --
Based on the title itself, the MC and ML are very sticky, very sweet and very loving. I did not finish the whole novel because I can already predict what is going to happen.

Don't get me wrong. The novel isn't bad. I only gave it 3 stars because of its predictability. Once you read it, you will understand the premise of the story.

Still, the novel is a good read. When you are tired reading angsty, dog blooded or tragic novels, I recommend this one. You will eat lots of dog... more>> food. <<less
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Jan 02, 2022
Status: c20
I’m not really sure how to start this review. There’s a lot in this novel that I find unsavory. Mild spoilers will be sprinkled here and there with a warning, so beware (although there’s not much to spoil in the first place).

First, the writing. Genuinely, this novel feels like it was written by a teenager off in candy land. The writing is incredibly generic, there’s not a single point about it that stands out besides how utterly bland and uncharming it is. The combinations of words are so predictable it... more>> feels like the story is one big stereotype. The food is always delicious and fragrant; The mother is always gentle and virtuous; Lu Songyuan (Bai Chen/MC) is aloof, cold, and intelligent; The sky is sunny and the face slaps are plentiful... It’s all so generic. Words like “naturally” and “wronged” and “aggrieved” fly everywhere. The sky is naturally blue, Lu Songyuan is naturally better than the cannon fodder, the fake son will naturally try to weasel into the family hierarchy.

Of course, there’s the plot, too. It can be described briefly in one phrase: there’s not an ounce of suspense or complexity. It felt like the whole story was spoiled by the first few paragraphs of the first chapter. All the villains and their connections were revealed, essentially all the important characters were described. This isn’t even worth talking about further because there quite literally isn’t anything else to talk about. It progresses and ends predictably.

Now, the character interactions (this is going to be a long trip, buckle in). I wonder which sort of world the author lives in, because I haven’t found a single interaction yet that seems like something two humans would carry out in the real world. Mild spoiler without context: For example, when Lu Songyuan (Bai Chen/MC) broke both the arms of his ‘archnemesis, ’ not only did this ‘archnemesis’ barely react, he laid on the floor silently until aid came. I have broken an arm before. I did not remain silent and complacently calm while waiting for help. It hurt like hell, and I cried. I seriously wonder what the author was thinking when they wrote this scene.

The only redeeming point about character interactions so far is the subversion of the trope of hating the adopted son in favor of the biological son. (Mild spoiler) Despite Lu Songyuan (Bai Chen/MC) being mistaken as an adopted son, Mother Lu chooses him over the perceived ‘biological’ son, and even wants to go abroad with him so he doesn’t have to face being ‘pushed out’ of the family and mocked by others. It’s a little interesting— I haven’t really seen many stories where familial bonds run deeper than blood ties. I kind of wanted Bai Chen to go abroad with Mother Lu; It’s kind of nice being loved unconditionally like that, and I had half the mind to want to live vicariously through Bai Chen for a while. Understandably, this is the only scene that made me feel anything.

Now to the main point of discussion in character interactions: Bai Chen and Qi Xiao (ML). There is a lot to discuss, but let’s start with the elephant in the room. As another reviewer stated, this felt like watching a romance between a prepubescent child and an adult man. Let’s look at some examples from a random chapter. In chapter 6, the phrases “Juvenile sensitive body” and “A child who got sugar” were used to describe Bai Chen (MC). Normally, I don’t see anything wrong with describing a character as childlike— it gives a sort of innocence that’s often otherwise unattainable— but the overwhelming majority of descriptions of Bai Chen are that he’s, essentially, a child. Not even that, but his actions display this same childishness. If the author didn’t say he was 20 I would suspect he was actually about 5 or 6 years old. The spoiler is a scene I clipped from the novel. Take a look and see how he acts. Hint: it’s like a five year old child with no emotional inhibitions.

“System: [Little master, you are very happy.]

Bai Chen: [So this is what you mean happy, um, then I am very happy.]

System: [Little master likes him, so stay with him a lot, but the little master should not forget to do the task.]

Bai Chen: [But I want to stay with him all the time, system, I don’t want to do the task anymore. ]

The system is happy and helpless: [But if the little master does not do the task, I will disappear, and the little master will also disappear, so the little master can’t be with him all the time.]

Bai Chen hand holding the spoons tightened, his excited facial features drooped.

‘What’s the matter?’ Qi Xiao, who had been paying attention to Bai Chen, said with concern, ‘Not delicious?’

Bai Chen shook his head, put down the spoon, turned his head aggrievedly into Qi Xiao’s arms, and hugged Qi Xiao’s neck tightly.”


Again, that was all from one chapter, and I didn’t even pick out the worst examples. Bai Chen is frequently and consistently described in ways that better suit a child, it’s a cycle of near constant infantilization. He’s “small, ” and “cute, ” and “lovely, ” and “naive, ” and “sticky, ” and the list goes on. This is already bad enough but I should also mention, Bai Chen being described in a way synonymous with a literal child doesn’t prevent the author from expressing how seductive Qi Xiao (ML) finds him. I think it goes without saying that ‘seductive’ should not be used to describe a character being infantilized.

Let’s not even mention how cringeworthy their relationship is. One of many possible examples:

“The box is carefully selected by the housekeeper. The pink and white box is tied with a pink ribbon, which is cleverly tied into a beautiful bow, and a little perfume is specially sprayed on it, which is full of girly aura and sweet taste of love.

Bai Chen looked up suspiciously.

Qi Xiao lowered his head and touched Bai Chen’s forehead with his lips, ‘Open it and take a look.’

Bai Chen took Qi Xiao’s hand to open the bow and then opened the lid, revealing a white touch-screen mobile phone inside.

The white mobile phone is very familiar. Bai Chen thought for a while, remembering that in the morning, Qi Xiao had held it in his hand for a long time.

‘Do you like it?’ Qi Xiao held Bai Chen, put one hand across Bai Chen’s armpit, held the phone in his other palm, and skillfully opened the screen, ‘This phone is the same as the one I use. This is called a couple phone.’

[Skip a couple paragraphs]

‘This is my number, baby, whether you miss me or want me, you can call me, and I will be there anytime.’ Qi Xiao opened the address book, and there was only his phone number in it, save as husband.”

Ick ick ick ick. There’s a something about the idea of a couple phone that makes me want to gag. ‘Husband’... they met literally the day before. (Vomit)

(Note: all scene clips were directly pasted— typos are just like that in the translation)


Disclaimer: I did not read the whole novel. I gave the first arc a fair shot and concluded that the rest was not worth it in the slightest.

I do not recommend this novel in the slightest, not even if you want a fluffy junk food novel. The interactions between Bai Chen and Qi Xiao are so embarrassing, even as a reader, and I felt like my face had twisted into a sour lemon by the end of the first arc. I gave this novel three stars entirely for Mother Lu (and my mommy issues) and the very excitable translator. To said translator: Although I may not agree with your taste, your footnotes were cute and I’m jealous of your enthusiasm xoxo.

That’s it. Read or don’t read, it’s up to you. <<less
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Jan 01, 2022
Status: c15
I can't read this anymore.


I originally liked the concept of the first arc, where the original guy is the biological son of the rich family but some other weirdo came and claimed to be their son and got his friend he knew from childhood to now, but turns out he's lying. But the thing that turned me off is when he met the ML, like it just felt so off to go from "What's your name?" to "I like you" in a matter of seconds. I honestly like fast romance but not this fast. It honestly overwhelms me. And the way they separated, pleasseeee I can't be the only to cringe!!! Like mate you met just today, calm down. And I was getting a bit irritated with how he didn't comfort or even tried to calm his mum down, I get his an apathetic MC but it really got on my nerves.



Secondly, I really hate how they spreading their love without a care of the world. I wish they were more conscious of others and wished they kept their romance sh*t at home or like when they're alone and not with so many people. And acting all lovey dovey in front of parents and in a bloody birthday thing. I wish they were more composed and more respectful during times when they're supposed to. It was the male lead's grandpas birthday but they were the main focus of the whole gathering. I wish they also had more interactions with all the other characters like the parents and the grandpa.


Sorry, I just can't handle the second hand embarrassment and the very very veryyyyy sweeet fluff. It's rotten my teeth that I can't even read this anymore.

If you like immense dog food (fluff) and PDA, then you'll love this. However, it ain't for me.
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Nov 23, 2021
Status: Completed
This isn’t meant to a story that has anything of substance so don’t read this if your looking a for a plot or a journey to love of some sort.
It’s just PDA in multiple worlds and an excessive amount of pet names. If you understand that, it’s actually an okay read, it’s cute there’s enough of a plot that you can follow somewhat and it has the revenge and face slapping you expect in this genre.

I enjoyed it so I’ll give it a positive review.
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Dec 06, 2021
Status: c54
Very fast pace romance. ML and MC meet for like a second before falling in love in each world. If you like fluff, you'll get it here
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Jan 10, 2022
Status: c85
Will never attempt to be a ‘quality’ read but is super healing if all you want is tooth rotting sweetness and no angst or high stakes. Would be even more of a healing read if the translations were more fluent - it needs a heavy handed editor who can fix the sentence structure and random odd word choices. As it stands, it’s only worth skimming.
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Sweet Water
Sweet Water
Jan 08, 2022
Status: c233
This novel is so sweet, I love it.
Above all because of the system, it is such a cute little thing, although I like the sweetness of Bai Chen and Mo yuan, I feel that the system is the best of all.
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Nov 20, 2021
Status: c1
Aaaaahhh full of cuteness and sweetness.... not much drama just cutesy fluff. Thanks for the translation!!
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Lost Happiness
Lost Happine
Nov 04, 2021
Status: c157
Super cute and sweet story where MC just wants to be spoiled by ML. Most of the arcs are interesting but there was one that I skipped which is the

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Ancient Arc as it was the weirdest for me cause ML just accepts he loves MC after strangling him which puts me off even though I know they always fall in love with MC once MC possess the body. But I just felt like it would be off from an outsider perspective. Though it has been stated that once MC comes into the world, people's mind sort of shift and think whatever happens no matter how weird MC behaves, it is treated as normal.


Try this story if you just want a gary sue, dog food story after crying from tragedy novels. MTL is also very easy to digest. <<less
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