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   Chapter 42 I Have Already Dropped Out Of School (Part Two)

Truly Insanely Deeply By Jiuye Fenglin Characters: 5426

Updated: 2020-01-31 00:13

Over the past one and a half years, Polly had never cried. She fell asleep during her experiments for she had worked for several nights. It eventually caused the explosion of the lab equipment. The glass debris rubbed her forehead and sank into her flesh, and her face was covered with blood, which frightened the girls in her class.

On their way to the hospital, she bit her lips to bleed, but she didn't even shed a tear.

"I feel terrible Dear Polly! I don't think it don't worth! Do you know? " Regardless of the strange eyes of the security guards, Avril held around Polly and cried out loud, "Dear Polly, the rest of the things are not real. The most important thing for a person to live well is to keep safe! Why do you have to be so stubborn? "

"There are so many good men in the world!"

She knew what she meant, but She still couldn't forgive herself.

She heaved a deep sigh and said to Avril, "let's stop here. Let's go back to our dormitory."

She will stay here tonight and leave tomorrow.

Outside the operating room, Lisa was on the phone. A hideous smile appeared on her face.

"Miss Fang, I have done what you asked me to do. Your spies in A University must have known that Polly Han had dropped out of school. That girl would be ruined from now on! People say she is better than me. Even her daughter is excellent! Well, let's see how they show off. Thank you, Miss Fang. "

Although she was now a rich and powerful woman, she got a bad reputation. The news had spread far and wide in their village, and instead of receiving the honour of returning home, they were condemned as ungrat

g, she looked up to the window of her dormitory on the fifth floor. The light inside was dim, so she guessed that there was only a bed lamp on.

It was not completely dark at that time. The dim light gave people a sad and lonely feeling in the darkness.

She was worried about her.

She had such a feeling of uneasiness since she returned to her dormitory.

When she found Polly at the entrance of the campus, she seemed to be on the verge of breaking down. But everything went well when she returned to her dormitory. As usual, she fetched water, had meals, and played with her cell phone. But she didn't say a word this time.

The snow drifted profusely and disorderly, blocking her sight. The more she looked, the more she felt that there was no one in the dormitory except the light was on.

She couldn't wait to walk onto the dorm and immediately took out her cell phone to dial Polly 's number.

The phone rang for a long time, but no one answered it.

She quickened her pace and ran upstairs. She pushed the door open and shouted in horror, "Dear Polly!"

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