The Daily Life Of The Immortal King Chapter 83

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Chapter 83: The Woes of Romance

As soon as Grandfather w.a.n.g entered the villa, he went to the washroom — he had been desperately holding his p.i.s.s in the entire time he had been riding the tricycle all the way here. At the age of seventy, the old man could still be considered pretty robust; apart from his worsening dementia, his regular physical check-ups at the cultivation hospital indicated that all his other body functions were normal.

Although he suffered from severe dementia, Father and Mother w.a.n.g weren't worried that he would get lost as w.a.n.g Ling had blessed the old man's tricycle with the ability to automatically guide itself. Furthermore, and most importantly, it didn't take the old man any effort at all to ride it.

Otherwise, there was no way the old man could slowly cycle here under his own steam from the neighboring city suburb...

Hearing that the old man had come, Father w.a.n.g hurriedly finished up his work. Apart from Mother w.a.n.g and w.a.n.g Ling when he was in a rage, the old man was the only other person whom Father w.a.n.g was in awe of in the w.a.n.g family. When w.a.n.g Ling's grandmother had still been alive, Father w.a.n.g had in fact been even more afraid of her. Unfortunately, she had pa.s.sed away before w.a.n.g Ling was born, apparently from a terminal illness.

Father w.a.n.g had grieved for a very long time after that until w.a.n.g Ling's birth. He would always muse that if w.a.n.g Ling had been born a few years earlier, maybe the old lady would still be alive.

Unfortunately, there was no "if" in life, and every day was a live show...

It was also after w.a.n.g Ling's grandmother died that Grandfather w.a.n.g was stricken by dementia. When he was young, Grandfather w.a.n.g had been a casanovtype who had had plenty of flings, but he loved this first wife the most. The death of w.a.n.g Ling's grandmother hence had been a huge blow to the old man.

In the living room, Father w.a.n.g lit a cigarette. "Have we made a restaurant booking for tonight?"

Mother w.a.n.g nodded. "I made a booking at Kikkaro Restaurant 1 . Initially I booked at Kitchen G.o.d's Small Restaurant 2

, but the owner has been fairly busy lately. I also heard that the price of fried rice with egg has increased! Originally it was two hundred and eighty-eight, now it's nine hundred and eighty-eight! That's daylight robbery!"

w.a.n.g Ling: "..."

w.a.n.g Ling knew that there was a very popular place recently called Kitchen G.o.d's Small Restaurant. With just one bowl of fried rice with egg, this no-name restaurant had been able to attract countless heavyweight customers and cause renowned local food experts to fall all over themselves in their eagerness to promote it.

He felt that this restaurant owner was very suspicious. They were either a veteran senior in the cultivation world or a time-traveling big shot... if not, it was possible that the person had some sort of system on them which could boost their strength! A portable system wasn't anything new; moreover, w.a.n.g Ling knew that this was a research project that w.a.n.g Ming had been working on in recent years; to date he had already invented plenty of portable systems and had conducted secret experiments in various locations...

"It's fine, Kikkaro is also not bad."

Father w.a.n.g's eyes fell on the small tricycle in the back garden. "Why are there so many apples?"

"Dad brought them. He remembered that Ling Ling liked to eat oranges when he was little, but unfortunately he brought the wrong thing..."

"..." Father w.a.n.g covered his face and sighed in his heart: dad's dementia is getting worse and worse!

And it seemed... constipation had also become a serious issue! The old man had been in the washroom for quite a while...

w.a.n.g Ling also felt very helpless. Given his current ability, he could easily eliminate cancer cells in the body. However, he had no way of curing a mental disease like dementia.

What was worse, Grandfather w.a.n.g's dementia was very complicated since it had been caused by a broken heart. If it had been a physical problem, w.a.n.g Ling would have been able to directly and single-handedly cure it. His treatment was quite superb; in the area of orthopedics in particular, his methods had developed in the last few years to the point of completely surpa.s.sing German orthopedics

3 !

Not long after, there was the sound of a toilet flus.h.i.+ng in the washroom and the old man strolled out at a sedate pace. When he entered the living room, he gripped w.a.n.g Ling's hands and looked at him strangely. "Jiao, I haven't seen you in months, how have you become so young? Did you steal the youth-retaining elixir again... that thing has preservatives in it!"



Father w.a.n.g: "Dad!... I am your son!"

Grandfather w.a.n.g looked blank for an instant, then patted his head. "Oh! Right, right, right! You're my son! Then this boy is... this is Jingke, right?! Where is our Ling Ling?"


Grandfather w.a.n.g was a man who was very fond of playing tricks; when he had entered the house earlier, his dementia had indeed been acting up. Now, however, w.a.n.g Ling could tell with one glance that the old man was pretending. This little prank could trick Father and Mother w.a.n.g, but not him.

When Father and Mother w.a.n.g saw w.a.n.g Ling's expression, they immediately understood. "Dad, you're so old already yet you still like playing tricks."

Seeing that his prank had been found out, the old man laughed joyfully. "In the end our Ling Ling is still so amazing. Anyway... what are we doing in the evening?"

"Dad, we're going to eat out at a restaurant, we were just waiting for you."

"No, no, no, what restaurant, d.a.m.n expensive, are there any groceries in the house?" Grandfather w.a.n.g asked.

"There are..."

"Then that's good enough!" The old man took off his black cloth hat, revealing his big, bald head, and rolled up his sleeves. "Tonight all of you don't have to do anything, let me show you what I can do."

"Dad, I think maybe it's better if you don't... what if your dementia flares up when you're cooking?"

"What does dementia have to do with me cooking?! Even if I forget all of you, I'll never forget how to cook!" the old man said angrily.

Grandfather w.a.n.g was pretty stubborn when it came to cooking because before he retired, he had been a chef in a cultivation star hotel for more than forty years. Even though he had to make three meals every day for three hundred and sixty-five days, he wouldn't make the same dish twice as long as he had enough ingredients.

The old man was an impressive person who had previously taken in numerous apprentices, young and old, when the culinary industry had been at its peak, and they all ascribed to the philosophy of happy cooking. It was the old man's s.h.i.+fu who had taught him this philosophy, but even w.a.n.g Ling didn't know who this s.h.i.+fu was. Now that the old man had dementia, his memories had become quite confused; even if w.a.n.g Ling used his memory retrieval ability, he wouldn't necessarily be able to discover any useful clues. Furthermore, a forceful search might aggravate the old man's dementia.

After all, the person in question was his own grandfather... even if he was very curious, it wasn't to the extent of causing harm for gossip.

"None of you lift a finger today, I may be old and my brain doesn't work so well, but my body is still healthy. My good grandson partic.i.p.ated in a four-day event, see how thin he's become!" The old man looked at w.a.n.g Ling and smiled, then took the ap.r.o.n from where Mother w.a.n.g had hung it behind the kitchen door and tied it skillfully around his waist.

"Dad, need any help?"

"Find me some oil, salt, sauce and whatnot, then help me check what ingredients we have in the house."

"There's spinach, radish and some pork in the fridge..."

"Mm, I saw some bananas on the living room table, I can make a fruit platter later. My angry bananas 4 back then was one-of-kind!"

The old man opened the refrigerator and his eyes lit up. "Pig's ears? Um... yes, er gen in sauce 5 !"

For some reason, w.a.n.g Ling felt that there was something familiar about this cooking style. "..."

[0] The chapter t.i.tle is actually the t.i.tle of a wuxia web novel written by the author Yubi.

"German orthopedics" is a Chinese meme adapted from a bizarre real-life scenario that is explained here: This is the name of the restaurant run by the mother of Liu Maoxing, the protagonist of the j.a.panese cartoon series 'Cooking Master Boy.' Er Gen means 'ears,' and is also the pseudonym of a popular xianxia web novelist. This is the t.i.tle of another Chinese web novel. This is a cheeky nod to another web novelist who uses Angry Bananas as their pseudonym.

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