Xu Qiu turned around and fled the room hastily.
She took a deep breath and motioned for the little robot assistant who had come with her to stay.
“You wait here first, and I’ll go get some clothes.”
In the kindergarten, there were just cubs and two adults, Xu Qiu and Jin Xingxing.
They also specially created several other sets when they previously tailored kindergarten clothes. In addition to kindergarten clothes, there are labor clothes for hard tasks that are thicker, more resistant to friction, and less likely to become dirty.
It’s not good-looking, but he can wear it.
When Bai Sa transformed into a humanoid, the fur on his body became a pair of fur pants.
Because the white rabbit is coated in fur, it only makes sense that it would leave some loincloth.
Xu Qiu isn’t sure if the man should have been wearing underpants right now.
Is this the distinction between a cub and an adult?
When she noticed his shirtless torso and long bare legs, Xu Qiu turned around and glanced at the stranger without being disrespectful.
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The snow rabbit, after all, had white skin and long, straight legs. At first glance, it appeared to be a man with long legs.
At this point, a certain attractive boy with a sharp chin from the Ghost Animal Academy anime appeared in her mind. She couldn’t help but laugh, temporarily forgetting her previous embarrassment.
Xu Qiu walked to the basement door, pondered it, and concluded it was inappropriate, so she handed the clothes to the little assistant, asking them to give the clothes to that man.
This man’s safety factor is considerably higher when compared to the risky thieves.
When the other person awakens, the system assigns a mediocre 0 to the other party’s good and evil values.
Not a nice guy, but not as bad as these forty hamster thieves.
Xu Qiu changed her footstep direction towards the hamster thief.
The other person is suspected of having amnesia, and she may be able to obtain information from the hamster thief.
Adults are fundamentally different from cubs and often lie for various reasons.
The cubs lied as well when they first spoke, but the lie was so sloppy that even Xu Qiu could see right through it.
Although the small spaceship pursued the big spaceship, it is possible that it was the target of the chase. Xu Qiu didn’t know all of them, so she couldn’t tell if the other party was nice or bad.
What if that big white rabbit possessed the same superpowers as the cubs?
He is alone, hunting forty vicious interstellar thieves and must rely on himself.
Xu Qiu took a deep breath and prepared to question the thieves.
So, the cubs came over, and two small bats landed one at a time on Xu Qiu’s shoulders.
“Principal, we’re here to assist you.”
Xu Qiu was stunned, and the little green snake expertly wrapped her wrist.
“We’re also here.”
“Yes, principal, everyone can help; even if the principal is an adult, she can’t handle everything alone.”
Jin Xingxing, the fox, also changed into the attire she had previously worn, was fully equipped and led the young fox.
“Everyone is right; this kindergarten is not yours alone; you can’t deal with so many people alone; what if those men do anything bad and hurt you?”
Xu Qiu engages in combat. Ordinary people with experience and kindergarten cubs are hesitant to fight with people due to the pain they have endured.
They would permit them to kill these bad guys, but the principal does not appear willing to do so.
Jasper and Donald had previously shown little sympathy for her, but they had survived at the hands of Xu Qiu.
This is normal. As a person living in a peaceful world, Xu Qiu does not take life lightly.
These hamster thieves now resemble hamsters, but they are also people.
The Federation’s images of the hamster thieves are not of the hamsters they appear to be at the time but of guys who appear tough or handsome.
That’s right; the Forty Thieves are all male.
Hamsters love to fight so much that it’s a wonder the group can stay together.
Xu Qiu pulled her gaze away from the news she had just read. “Thank you, everyone. Let’s go together,” she said, touching the cubs with her fingertips.
As an adult, she has always taken responsibility unconsciously, but this is not a smart way to think now. The cubs are far more rational and intelligent than she believes, and it’s easy to be self-righteous as an adult.
She can no longer make this empirical error as an educator.
“Ding Ding and Dong Dong, I’ll ask them some questions later; please tell me what they think; don’t be bold if the power is overdrawn.”
They are simply a bunch of free laborers, not worth it for the cubs to work so hard for.
The two young bats were overjoyed when they heard this: “It’s just a bunch of hamsters, a small matter.”
The hamsters in the back slowly awoke, just as Xu Qiu predicted.
The hamsters were surprised to discover themselves chained.
“Does this feel like heaven or hell?”
Forty hamsters were segregated into ten groups by that type of metal plate.
The metal plate isn’t particularly thick, but the sound insulation effect is adequate, and if you speak loudly enough, you can only hear the humming sound from the next door.
“What are you thinking, go to heaven? People like us will undoubtedly go to hell.”
Saints are those who go to heaven. They and other bad guys have never considered the world after death.
What else could he feel now that he is dead?
They should have done fewer bad things knowing someone would punish them after death.
“This is how it is in hell; why can’t we move?”
“A bunch of fools, we’re not dead at all. If you don’t believe it, try to bite your tongue down,” a hamster replied.
“Wow, that hurts.”
I’m not sure how many times but several screams of pain were heard at the same time.
“Oh my God, boss, tenth, seventeenth, everything on our body was lost, and my artificial arm was melted.”