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Chapter 752: The Nature of Children
Chi En and Boyuan naturally understood the difference between retail and wholesale.
“Does the program team have any requirements?” Boyuan asked.
Chi En and Ye Hao shook their heads, “There are no hard requirements.”
Boyuan exhaled a breath and said, “In that case, let’s go for wholesale. Unless the both of you prefer to wake up before dawn to sell these fish and prawns? Count me out!” He made his stance clear.
Ye Hao and Chi En of course shook their heads as well. Only a fool would wake up that early. They might as well sell it wholesale now.
Simple, fast, and most importantly, convenient!
“Uncle, we would like to sell them together. Sorry for the trouble.”
The boatman waved his hand casually, “It’s no big deal. Don’t stand on ceremony. By the way, it’s your first harvest at sea. Don’t you plan to keep some for yourself?”
Of course, they planned to do so. They picked a few pieces from each variety.
A seash.e.l.l caught Boyuan’s attention. He bent down to pick it up. It was big and colorful with a nice shape. He was thinking to bring it back for the little brat.
Ningning wouldn’t expect Boyuan to bring him a gift since they usually did not see eye to eye with each other.
Their harvests weighed about 130 pounds – 105 pounds of fish and prawns and 25 pounds of crabs.
The crabs were all quite fat, and the price for them was twice as high as the fish and prawns. In the end, they sold everything for more than $2,000.
The three men watched as Mr. Huang took out a wad of cash from his wallet and handed it over. Ye Hao was moved when he reached out to take it. Although it was just $2,000+, he felt more excited than when he received six, seven-figure amounts in his bank account.
“Thank you, thank you so much.”
Mr. Huang smiled, revealing his two gold front teeth, “You’re welcome. I’m your loyal fan. I’ve listened to all of your songs. I have never dreamed that I would have the chance to do business with you.”
The world was unpredictable! Never dreamed before but yet it happened.
Ye Hao didn’t expect Mr. Huang to be a fan. Pleasantly surprised, he suggested, “Let’s take a photo?”
Mr. Huang whipped out his phone and turned on the selfie mode. He took three photos consecutively before putting his phone back into his pocket.
After exchanging another round of pleasantry, Boyuan, Chi En, and Ye Hao carried their belongings and returned to the village eagerly. After all, they have been apart from their children the whole day since leaving them in the morning.
The children had also returned from the fields. Only their eyes could be seen as the rest of their bodies were covered in mud.
Fortunately, all the radishes had been pulled out.
Yang Yu led the children back to the village and went to the well, “Children, line up. Come and wash up one by one.”
He washed their faces, hands, feet, and shoes. There was nothing he could do about their clothes, they could only change after they got back to their rooms.
As for the children, they were having fun washing up as playing with water was in their nature. After they had finished washing up, not a single part of Yang Yu’s body was dry.
“Alright, alright. You’re dismissed now. Everyone, go home. Your dads should be back by now.”
Hearing that their dads were back, the children ran off like a swarm of bees.
Indeed, just as the children ran back to the village, they saw Boyuan, Chi En, and Ye Hao coming back with their loots.
“Dad!” Shi Tou was the first to see Ye Hao.