Ren shan ren hai


If I die, they'd have problems.

Lao Tie, it's okay, I shat it.

I can't take it anymore.

Do the delivery for me.

Shall I take you to the hospital?

What are you doing?

What are you doing?


You're shitting with your pants on!

We know this one.

Come on, you know the rule.

It's all I have.

You can go.

I felt that something was wrong.

And so it turned out as expected.

Both played a show in front of me.

What was the white powder?


Son of a bitch!

I regretted

that I slammed him.

And I feared, and panicked.


Otherwise ...

I definitely

would not have gone to Shuansichen.

5 years ago was the last time I went

to work it in Shuansichen.

I lived there with a woman.

Then she got pregnant.

She wanted to make a family with me.

And I came back.

I do not joke with it.

And she?

She gave birth to the child.

And started a family.

And the child is yours?


How do you know?

I'm his father.

It's obvious.

Let' go home.

When are you leaving?

Hello. Yes, it's Han.

Yes, I know.

We must deliver the tea.

I'm in the shop, I can't.

I know.

My husband is on the ferry.

I know you're doing this for me.



I'll send someone.

Thanks. See you.

Do you know where Danzishi is?

I don't know.

Watch your step.

Buy tickets!

Buy tickets!

Buy tickets.

- We don't need tickets.

- Why is that?

We're from the company.

You do need ticket.

You won't pay the trip back.

We're from here,

we don't need tickets.

You won't pay your trip back.

Talk to my mom.

I don't want to go to my aunt.

I'm fed up with all of them!

What do you want?

You come and go as you like.

Who do you think I am?

I left your son with someone else.

My second husband doesn't want him.

He would be mistreated here.

Eat on the table!

It's good you are here.

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