“How much does a Wonder Pancake cost?” asked Tolly in curiosity.
“One low-grade feather coin,” George said with a sneer, glaring at Tolly in disdain. It seemed he was sure that Tolly could not be able to afford it.
“Oh, that’s expensive!” Tolly clicked his tongue and made a funny face at George.
“If you can’t afford it, you can borrow some from me. We are old friends, Tolly. I’ll charge you the same interest as before—a low-grade feather coin a day.”
Although a community management officer, he liked his job as a loan shark better, thinking he probably could make some money from Tolly again.
However, Tolly waved his hands to him and said with an awkward smile,
“Thank you, George, but I’ve got money with me this time.”
“How much money do you have with you now?” asked Geroge with his prying eyes roaming over Tolly.
“Well, George, don’t you think it’s impolite to have asked such a question?” sneered Tolly, “this is my privacy, you know.”
However, George didn’t give up. Instead, he