Chapter: 1961

Rick: "..."

"Ha!" He already knew it was impossible. The old man was just doing it on purpose. He sneered and said, "If you can't do it, don't brag. You can say whatever you want! It's not bullshit!"

"You know, there is really no way to do this, but within our capabilities, as long as we can do it, we will definitely help you do it!" Rick continued.

The old man looked at him deeply, "Seriously?"

"As long as we can do it!" I emphasized again, for fear that he would make any excessive demands.

"I want to see someone!" the old man said meaningfully.

Rick: "..."

"Rick, you go out first." The Queen regained her composure and spoke softly.

Rick glanced at the queen, then at the old man, nodded, and silently retreated.

The queen turned her head and looked at the old man, her voice weak, "How long do I have?"

"What time?" the old man asked.

"Stop pretending. I've heard that you Chinese doctors can tell how long a person's lifespan is by taking their pulse. Am I about to die?" She frowned. She always felt that her body was about to be unable to hold on any longer. Just holding on.

I don’t know how much time is left, and I don’t know which day I will fall.

So she couldn't wait, even if the experiment was not fully mature, she still wanted to try it.

However, because of Fred's greed, the nature of this experiment changed, and he became his test subject. In this case, he would definitely die.

"What nonsense are you talking about? Then I am not a Chinese medicine doctor, I am a magic teller!" Shaking his head, the old man sighed, then sat down on the chair next to the bed and said, "Don't worry, although your body is indeed very weak, but It’s not like you’re going to die soon. Just now, your blood surged up and blocked your trachea, so you couldn’t breathe.”

"To put it bluntly, at our age, we must guard against arrogance, impetuosity, greed, anger, and anger..."

He counted on his fingers and said, "You are already so old, why are you still so blind to it and making yourself so angry?"

"The child is disobedient, you don't understand!" The Queen sighed helplessly.

Mr. Yuan: "..."

Yes, he doesn’t understand! He has no children!

However, just because he doesn't have children doesn't mean he doesn't know how to communicate with them at all.

"How old is a disobedient child to make you so angry?" The old man glanced at her and asked half-jokingly.

The Queen coughed and said, "Forty."

She closed her eyes, "He doesn't understand my good intentions."

"How old a child should I be! Forty?! No, forty, what do you want him to listen to, who should he listen to, and what do you want him to listen to?"

The old man's exaggerated tone made the Queen confused for a moment as to what he meant. She turned to look at him with a confused look on her face.

"Don't be too funny. People in their forties are already fathers! If you move faster, you are already a grandfather, and you still want him to obey! He is an adult, why shouldn't he listen? Now I want you to obey your mother If so, are you willing? Huh?! She said you give up your experiments and your throne. You can't do this or that. Are you willing?"

The Queen's face darkened, "My mother has been dead for decades."

"Yes! That means your mother is dead. What if your mother is not dead?"

He spoke very freely, and the Queen was unhappy, "Although I respect you, but pay attention to your wording."

"What's wrong with my wording? I'm telling the truth? Look, if someone interferes with you like this, you won't be happy, and you won't be happy. The reason why you can say this is because you are free. Yes. You are free, but your child is not free. Do you think this is fair to him?"


"Actually, it's just that you guys have different opinions. Why should you be disobedient? Whose advice should you listen to? Whoever is right listens to whom! Fair theory!" He slapped his thigh and said.