Chapter 65 – Childhood Friend

Transmigrating into the Heartthrob's Cannon Fodder Childhood Friend
102 Chapters

Chapter 1 - Transmigrating Into A Book Chapter 2 - School Transfer Chapter 3 - Linshui Chapter 4 - Xie Sui Chapter 5 - Giving Medicine Chapter 6 - Understanding Chapter 7 - Scuffle Chapter 8 - Home Chapter 9 - Living in School Chapter 10 - Xiao Xi Chapter 11 - Venting Anger Chapter 12 - Scared Of You Chapter 13 - Peppermint Flavored Hug Chapter 14 - Lagrange's Mean Value Theorem Chapter 15 - Bad-Tempered Father Song Chapter 16 - September Chapter 17 - Desk mate Chapter 18 - Wang Ci Chapter 19.1 - Zhu Zhixing Chapter 19.2 - Zhu Zhixing Chapter 19.3 - Zhu Zhixing Chapter 20 - Beating People Chapter 21.1 - Meeting Acquaintances Chapter 21.2 - Meeting Acquaintances Chapter 21.3 - Meeting Acquaintances Chapter 22.1 - Speech Chapter 22.2 - Speech Chapter 22.3 - Speech Chapter 23 - Traces of Living Chapter 24 - Your Husband, Brother Green Chapter 25 - Happy Together Chapter 26 - Domain of Definition Chapter 27 - My Deskmate Chapter 28 - husband Chapter 29 - PE Class Chapter 30 - Office Chapter 31 - You Reap What You Sow Chapter 32 - What kind of reward do I get? Chapter 33 - Hey Chapter 34.1 - Shushan Building Chapter 34.2 - Shushan Building Chapter 35.1 - It Hurts A Little Chapter 35.2 - It Hurts A Little Chapter 36.1 - A Slap In The Face Chapter 36.2 - A Slap In The Face Chapter 37.1 - Calling The Family Chapter 37.2 - Calling The Family Chapter 38 - System, Come Back Chapter 39 - Illness Chapter 40 - Shameful Chapter 41 - Lingering In Your Thoughts Chapter 42 - So Curious About My Grades? Chapter 43 - I’m Chasing You Chapter 44 - Monthly Examination Chapter 45 - Busy School Bully Chapter 46 - Results Chapter 47 - I’m Not Abstinent Chapter 48 - Deviation Chapter 49 - Qin Family Chapter 50 - Truth or Dare Chapter 51 - Ever Since I Met You Chapter 52 - Essay Chapter 53 - Banquet Chapter 54 - Equal Social Rank Chapter 55 - You’d Better Not Chapter 56 - Repair Chapter 57 - Internet Cafe Chapter 58.1 - Tastes Like Mint Chapter 58.2 - Tastes Like Mint Chapter 59.1 - Loving You Is Instinct Chapter 59.2 - Loving You Is Instinct Chapter 60.1 - Late Chapter 60.2 - Late Chapter 61.1 - Calm Down A Bit Chapter 61.2 - Calm Down A Bit Chapter 62 - Have You Calmed Down? Chapter 63.1 - Study Hard Chapter 63.2 - Study Hard Chapter 64 - Sports Event Chapter 65 - Childhood Friend Chapter 66 - Pretty Fierce Chapter 67 - Winter Camp Chapter 68 - The Last Life Chapter 69.1 - Crossing The Finish Line Chapter 69.2 - Crossing The Finish Line Chapter 70 - Unspoken Desire Chapter 71 - The Past Chapter 72.1 - 008 Chapter 72.2 - 008 Chapter 73 - Do You Believe In It? Chapter 74 - I Woke Up From A Dream Chapter 75 - Like Grass Before Spring Chapter 76 - ‘Nice’ Sidelines Type School Bully Chapter 77 - New Year Party Chapter 78 - Conversation Chapter 79 - Trapped Chapter 80 - Zhao Ziyu Chapter 81 - Waking Up Chapter 82 - Monday Night Chapter 83 - Who Will Go Back To A City Chapter 84 - I Don’t Like Them Chapter 85 - Open Your Eyes, It’s Dawn

translator: xiin
editors: butter & XavierForest

The dog’s owner was a little girl with a pair of pigtails. She ran over quickly, pressing down the exuberant golden retriever and putting the dog leash back around its neck. She scolded it angrily, “Why are you so disobedient? I can’t even call you back. You’re not getting dinner tonight.”


The golden retriever howled twice in grievance, but its wet eyes looked at Song Yu without blinking.

The little girl hugged the golden retriever and stood up, her expression apologetic, “I’m sorry, it ran away while I wasn’t paying attention. I’ll pay more attention next time. I’m sorry I scared you guys.”

Song Yu certainly wasn’t going to admit that he’d been scared by a dog. It was too shameful. He stood there, tense and quiet, and pushed Xie Sui out slightly. Quickly help him sort it out!

Xie Sui came back to his senses and tucked his thoughts away in an instant.

That strange glimpse of memory was blanked out again and he hid the coldness and contemplations in his heart.

He glanced at Song Yu, sorted out his thoughts, then turned his head towards the little girl. He casually said, “It’s okay. In any case, the one who was frightened wasn’t—”

His throat moved, and the words ‘wasn’t me’ hadn’t yet come out when—

Song Yu pinched his arm.

He pinched him across the thin school uniform and twisted hard, his actions fierce.

Xie Sui’s lips rose and he quietly changed his words, “Oh, no one was scared. Hurry and take it away; I remember that the school doesn’t allow pets to be brought into the playground.”

The little girl looked at Song Yu, who was hiding behind him, in confusion, “That little brother…”

Xie Sui smiled slightly, “Don’t misunderstand. He’s not afraid of dogs, he just likes to stay behind me.”

Song Yu: “……”

The little girl didn’t really understand, but she walked away with the golden retriever anyway.

Song Yu finally relaxed his breath and then only now realized that he’d lost face in front of Xie Sui. He clutched at his hair, depressed.

And Xie Sui tilted his head to ask, “You’re scared of dogs?”

Song Yu had already thought it through—being scared of dogs wasn’t anything to be embarrassed about; a real man never backed down from facing his weaknesses.

He nodded, his gaze unfocusing like he was trying to recall something, but he couldn’t remember no matter how he tried. He only had a vague impression of the event, “Yeah. When I was a child, I remember seeing a mad dog biting people and it always stuck with me.”

Xie Sui’s dark eyes grew thoughtful. He’d once again heard Song Yu mention his ‘childhood’.

Last time, when Song Yu had wanted to chat with him at night, they’d spoken about the past, but it had remained vague.

“Come walk around with me.” Xie Sui suddenly said.

Song Yu was stunned for a moment, not knowing why he would randomly ask such a thing of him, “I haven’t run yet.”

Xie Sui: “Then I’ll wait for you to finish running.”

“Forget it, it’s all the same anyway. I might as well spend the rest of the time chatting with you.”

Typically, ‘walk with me’ meant that someone wanted to speak some words from their heart. It was rare for Xie Sui to make such a request, so it was more important for him to be a good brother than to prepare for the sports event.

Xie Sui nodded, “Okay.”

There was no one left at the playground. The sunset dimmed as the sun sank into the horizon.

Xie Sui looked ahead and was silent for a while before asking out of the blue, “Song Yu, in your eyes, what kind of person am I?”

“Ah?” Song Yu was confused. He’d been ready to listen to Xie Sui talk about a bunch of his young man’s thoughts, but it turned out that he’d started with a question that flew straight at him?

His eyes opened a little wider, his light, tea-colored irises full of confusion, “In what sense? Aloof, cold and abstinent? High and cold kaolin flower? A genius with a high IQ?”

“That’s too exaggerated.”

Xie Sui laughed, “In all aspects. What do you think? What do you see?”

This question he was asking was a little serious.

Song Yu set aside his playfulness and met his eyes. He couldn’t keep his thoughts from drifting—why would Xie Sui ask him this question? Generally when people asked others about what they thought of them, it was because they weren’t confident in themselves? Hah, had Xie Sui’s ego been hit?

… Who could give him such a blow?

Song Yu frowned and hesitated for a while before he began organizing his words, “What do I think? ––Very good character, gentle and considerate, and patient and kind-hearted.”

Xie Sui laughed lightly and evaluated, “This is the me in your dreams, right?”

Song Yu: “……” He was trying to praise him.

Xie Sui didn’t know how Song Yu’s impression of him could remain so stuck on ‘kind-hearted’. He acknowledged that he wasn’t as ‘cruel’ and ‘unscrupulous’ as he’d been in the rumors in A City in his last life, but he couldn’t be matched up with the words ‘kind-hearted’ at all.

Song Yu was unwilling to let it go and used an example to try and convince him, “But when I first met you, you were saving people. That first time in Linshui, weren’t you trying to save that girl? By drinking alcohol for her? And the second time, when you got involved with those gangsters, wasn’t it for Xiao Xi?”

Xie Sui was stunned for a moment, finding it a bit funny.

Saving Xiao Xi had happened before he’d been reborn; as for Linshui, he’d had other goals.

“What if I’m not like what you think?”

Xie Sui’s tone was careless when he asked this question. It was as though he was joking and wasn’t taking it seriously at all.

Song Yu replied very quickly, “Then you’re not.”

He liked the real Xie Sui, not an illusionary or imaginary and false person.

Xie Sui paused for a few seconds, then quietly chuckled several times. He only restrained himself after he met Song Yu’s confused gaze.

His peach blossom eyes curved, and though they appeared indifferent and cold, the light inside them was deep and gentle.

Xie Sui: “Maybe I can flesh out my self-introduction from last time a bit more.”

Song Yu looked at him.

Xie Sui slowly said, “Not aloof and cold, not abstinent, not a genius, and not kind-hearted. Maybe I’m quite bad.”

Song Yu was stunned for a second and then burst out laughing, “Oh, you. Who personally labels themself bad?”

Xie Sui replied with a question, “Who said that I said so?”

Song Yu: “Ah?”

Xie Sui looked deep into his eyes and smiled, “A child said it.”

Song Yu was surprised, “What did you do to him?”

Xie Sui: “Secret.”

Song Yu began to mess around, “It can’t be that you beat them up, right? I couldn’t tell that you have a habit of bullying the weak. That’s really bad. Your morals are no good, Student Xie. Would you like me to give you some guidance?”

Xie Sui suppressed a smile, “No thanks.”

Song Yu went back to the apartment after running. He washed up and ate, then took out his textbooks and exam papers and began to go through the questions he’d gotten wrong.

After all, the sports event was just something to participate in, whereas the mid-term exams were his home court.

The phone rang halfway through; it was his father.

Song Yu had enough confidence from his good achievements. In the past, he felt like the cell phone burned his hand when he picked up President Song’s call, but now he was calm and collected.

“Hi, dad.”

President Song spoke from the other end, “I’ve sent the watch you wanted to Jing City.”

His hand, which was flipping his pen, paused. Joy charged up to his head.

Song Yu, “Okay, thanks dad. You’re always so fast, reliable, and efficient when you do things. Really worthy of being you!” At this time, he wasn’t the slightest bit stingy with his rainbow farts.

President Song felt refreshed and his heart held an unspeakable happiness and pride, but his words were intent on maintaining his dignity, “Do you think that I’ll be happy if you say so much? Is your praise only limited to these few sentences? You need to study more.”

Song Yu was in an exceptionally good mood and didn’t talk back to him. He cheerfully said, “I’ll be gifting it away.”

President Song: “You’re really giving it to a classmate?”

Song Yu: “Yeah, as his birthday present.”

President Song, who’d never received a gift from his younger son, was instantly unhappy. His tone was sour, “A birthday gift worth millions—you’re really generous.”

Song Yu laughed happily, “Sigh, friendship is priceless.”

President Song had a busy schedule and soon had to leave for a meeting, so they didn’t talk for long.

Song Yu’s heart was filled with blooming flowers by the time he hung up the phone. He couldn’t control the corners of his lips from curving up.

He looked at the chemistry question on how to make oxygen from potassium permanganate; he hadn’t the slightest clue about how to answer.

His brain was filled with what Xie Sui’s expression would be like when he received the gift.

He would definitely be flattered, then smile and say, “Thank you, Brother Yu.”


At this moment, even the small arrow indicating the rising of oxygen seemed extremely lovely.

In fact, he wasn’t a person who paid attention to such details. The reason why he wanted to give Xie Sui a watch was also related to his dreams—that man in a black suit who’d stepped out from the car had been tall and upright, with an elegant and expensive watch on his wrist. The diamonds on it flashed slightly in the drizzling rain, almost perfectly integrating with his overall temperament.

He felt that Xie Sui should like this birthday present.

Song Yu certainly wouldn’t spend time being happy on his own. He was unable to restrain himself and set aside his homework to poke Xie Sui.

He immediately came back to his senses after typing out a line of text and deleted everything in silence.

Didn’t the fun of a birthday present lie in its mystery and surprise? It wouldn’t be interesting if he told him in advance.

It was just that, since he’d already opened up the chat page, he didn’t want to exit out of it without saying anything.

He hesitated for a while, and then decided to start warming up the atmosphere first.

[ When’s your birthday ]

[ I’ll give you a very badass gift on your birthday. ]

[ You can start looking forward to it now ]

He hadn’t yet given his gift but was asking him to start looking forward to it. This was really his kind of style.

Xie Sui had been in the midst of going through information on the Song Family when he received these messages. His eyes were as deep and cold as a pool of water.

He bowed his head. Much of the coldness and violence dispersed the moment he saw the three sentences Song Yu had sent over and he smiled slightly.

[ Okay ]

[ I’m looking forward to it ]

Song Yu couldn’t resist and grinned at his cell phone. He said to himself: this million dollar gift is worth it for your two sentences.

It was unknown if it was because he’d talked with Xie Sui before sleeping, or because he’d been scared by the dog during the day, but when he went to bed after drinking milk, those dreams of the original master’s memories from the book began to appear again despite having disappeared for a good many days.

There was a pure white light, and then his mother’s voice as she spoke to him.

“Your Auntie Xu will be coming here later with her son. He’s one year older than you. Behave a bit and sweeten your words. Be nice, and remember to call him ‘big brother’.”

The child sucked on a candy and was very dissatisfied, “What? Why do I have to call him ‘big brother’ just because he’s one year older than me!”

“Just call him that. What are you coming up with so much nonsense for?”

“No way. At school, we all fight to see who calls who ‘big brother’. ‘Big brother’ can’t be called out at random. It’s a face problem! Unless you let me fight with him first.”

His mother was so angry that she laughed, “Say, aren’t you a bit too young to be having your rebellious period? There’s no need for him to fight with you, I’ll beat you up first.”

“… In fact, it’s not impossible to call him ‘big brother’.”

Song Yu had been especially spoiled when he was a child. His hair was soft and long, his skin milky white, and his eyes clear and transparent, much like glass beads. It was just that his expressions were extremely lofty.

It was summer at the manor. He wore a white t-shirt and loose, gray shorts that showed his pale, straight legs. He was holding onto his water gun and was being unwillingly dragged along by his mother.

“Yuyu, say hi to big brother.”

There was a young boy who looked as beautiful as a fairy standing next to Auntie Xu. His features were equally delicate.

He was only one year older, but he was a full head taller than him. He wore a shirt and trousers and had black hair. He was polite when facing his mother, and it was clear he’d had a good upbringing. It was just that it all changed when he faced him.

Those dark eyes held impatience and indifference that was impossible to hide.

With this damned attitude at first sight? How could Song Yu put up with it? To hell with calling him ‘big brother’.

The expression on the child’s face was cold.

His mother saw that he hadn’t replied after a long time and looked down at him. She whispered, “If you don’t greet him, you’ll lose all the toys in your room.”

Song Yu: “……”

He had nowhere to vent his anger; he really wanted to shoot the water gun in his hands at that person’s face. He scrunched up his face and gritted his teeth, “Big brother.”

Xie Sui hadn’t yet encountered those bad things as a child and his character wasn’t so silent. Both of them had been forced to meet and neither one of them was satisfied. Song Yu’s ‘big brother’ was very unwilling, and his gaze was threatening and fierce, seeming to say ‘you’re dead if you dare respond’.

Xie Sui wouldn’t let him threaten him, and his bad taste even flared up a little. He smiled slightly, “Mm, little sister.”

Song Yu: “!” He was so angry that he couldn’t speak.

Aunt Xu was stunned for a moment, then said to Xie Sui, “You’ve gotten it wrong, it’s ‘little brother’.”

Xie Sui pretended that he’d only just realized this, even though his eyes said something entirely different. There was no sincerity in his words, “Ah, I’m sorry. I thought he was a girl.”

Song Yu: “……”

Dammit, they were definitely going to fight.

Butter’s Thoughts:
Butter.exe has been crashed for several days due to moving… attempting reboot process >-<

Also…. SY basically having girl-in-love vibes all over the place for XS HAHAHAHA

XavierForest’s Thoughts:
XS called Yuyu “little sister”, but little did his child self know that Yuyu was actually his future little wife. 

xiin: i‘m back! sorry about extending my hiatus without notice (honestly, i kept thinking that i’d be less busy the next day, then the next, and then… yeah.) anyway, we’ll be at one a week for now while i sort out other novels and stockpiles and stuff. thank you for being so patient and i *promise* i won’t bail again until the novel’s done! i love SY and XS too much to let them go~


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23 thoughts on “Chapter 65 – Childhood Friend”

  1. Aahhh, welcome back guys ;___; RL can be an arse but what to do? :’D

    Hmm, will XS remember that part too? lol

    Thx for the ch (ㅅ˘ㅂ˘)

  2. Aaahhhh!!! Welcome back!! Thank you so much for this chapter! I’ve been following 3 of xiin’s current translations and they are all so amazing!! I hope things in rl are better now and thank you for all your hard work!!!! ✧٩(ˊωˋ*)و✧

  3. welcome back!

    wait can someone give me a recap?? i forgot,,,, does XS also not remember meeting SY as a child etc? why is his memory messed up? cuz of rebirth or SY’s ‘transmigration’ ?? i forgot.. did it never explain ?

    • as far as I remember, there just had been clues sprinkled around… of both not remembering their childhood and just having small recollections recently… of the possibility they knew each other much earlier than they thought (since one regressed and the other transmigrated)…

      for all we know, maybe the both of them were transmigrated and the book Song Yu knows is an alternate universe where Song Yu dies of unnamed disease and Xie Sui gets involved with trashes.

  4. Thank goodness u update i almost went crazy i keep coming here again and again with no up and reread agsin and again but its good that u will keep updating ????

  5. I’ve never commented here until now, but I’m just so glad that you’ve returned, I HAVE to comment this time. THANKS FOR THE CHAPTER ??♥️

  6. Welcome back! I miss this novel so much!!! thank you for updating it and thank you for all the work you guys do without pay!!!!????

  7. hey welcome back!!!! i’m glad you’re here!!! this latest chapter was adorable bc we got to see how rose-tinted song yu’s glasses for xie sui are. i hope the garbage boy (dont remember his name) doesn’t use dogs to put song yu in a bad light later on. i wouldn’t put anything past him because he will always disappoint. thanks for the chapter, and i hope xie sui can counter garbage boy’s plans in advance

  8. THEORY: 1. Maybe this is actually a FanFiction world of an original book (/world)? and the ML and MC are from the original book, and those memories are from there.
    2. Maybe Song Yu accidentally died in their childhood, got replaced by somebody until his body dies of the unnamed heart disease. Then the world might’ve found his reincarnation and transmigrated him back to before they meet.
    uhhh, I think I’ll go check the tags in NU. Did this have a system for the transmigrated MC? If there was, I forgot (ꏿ﹏ꏿ;) must be because I haven’t seen anything regarding that?
    I just remember that no one can tell exactly what Song Yu’s disease is… but he’ll die at that scheduled time unless something changes

    Thank you so much for translating (人*´∀`)。*゚+
    Let us all pat our backs for living (not just surviving) in the real world (。・ω・。)ノ♡ You’ve all worked hard despite the challenges you face. (。•̀ᴗ-)✧ you’re as cool as Yu-ge!
    But unlike Yu-ge, we all don’t have to be study god’s (unless you really want to, then go for it! Yu-ge would be proud!).
    A healthy body and mind is the most important (*˘︶˘*).。*♡
    So don’t forget to take a break and relax once in a while (*´ω`*)

  9. Thank you and welcome back!! I’ve been coming back here just to check whether the chapters were updated yet I was actually 5 days late?!? .-.

    • AHH OMG you’re back! I really missed you, Song Yu and Xie Sui! Welcome back!~ ♡(> ਊ <)♡

      Kyaah It's their Childhood story! Fluff fluff fluff!!! б(>ε<)∂

      Woah wait what?? Was there some kind of misunderstanding or some sort of dissatisfaction going on with the Song Family and Xie Sui??|д•´)!!

      Thank you for the chapter!~ ???

  10. AHH OMG you’re back! I really missed you, Song Yu and Xie Sui! Welcome back!~ ♡(> ਊ <)♡

    Kyaah It's their Childhood story! Fluff fluff fluff!!! б(>ε<)∂

    Woah wait what?? Was there some kind of misunderstanding or some sort of dissatisfaction going on with the Song Family and Xie Sui??|д•´)!!

    Thank you for the chapter!~ ???

  11. “Song Yu replied very quickly, “Then you’re not.”

    He liked the real Xie Sui, not an illusionary or imaginary and false person.

    Xie Sui paused for a few seconds, then quietly chuckled several times. He only restrained himself after he met Song Yu’s confused gaze.”

    Probably my favourite part of this chapter. SY acknowledging this is such a sweet moment in their relationship. XS hides his coldness and violence from SY. So SY’s assurance that he still likes XS no matter what sort of person XS is just has XS loving SY so much more…


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