Ben looked at her expressionlessly. This girl was lazy again. She only knew to eat and sleep all day. She didn't exercise at all, and let her go to school by bicycle, she would find excuses every day. "Riding a bicycle is the fastest way at the peak of the traffic now." If she didn't even ride a bicycle, she would be absolutely lazy. Alice pouted. Anyway, she can't ride a bicycle today, and directly strode to the back seat of Ben's bicycle. "You have to carry me." "Ride on your own." That attitude was like he almost threw her off the back seat of the bicycle. Alice looked at him miserably, telling him the truth, "My legs are still painful." Ben was about to get her off the bicycle. The reasons for her leg pain was so suck that he did not believe her anyway.
However, the scene of last night suddenly appeared in his mind. His hand stopped in mid-air, and numbly turned around and got on the bicycle without saying a word. Alice, who was kneeling on the back of the bicycle, wasn't like a girl at all. He has carried her for countless times since she was young, and she had never sat like a lady. Her legs were always split like a boy. When she was young, he felt safe to sit like that, but now he felt like she was not like a girl. Alice felt a little tired from kneeling, so she changed her position, standing on the seat beside the wheels, and put her hands on his shoulders. Ben did not say a word. But she kept repeating his name. "Benjamin."
"Benjamin." "Benjamin." Ben ignored her, and she put her chin on his shoulder, pressed her mouth to his ear, and whispered to him, "Ben...." What should he do with her? Ben whispered a deterrent order directly, "Shut up!" Then he warned her seriously, "Sit down, or throw you here." It was like frightening a child, but he really had threw her halfway. What made him angry that day? Uh ... forget it, forget it. Alice sat down slowly, obediently sitting at the back, leaning on his back honestly, and she felt sleepy. She really wanted to sleep. Maybe it was because he had always let her sleep on his back, so when she was about to fall asleep, she still stood up, holding his shoulders and fell asleep.