The Amazing Son in Law by Lord Leaf Chapter 1992

Read The Amazing Son in Law by Lord Leaf Chapter 1992 – Charlie asked him, “Dad, are you planning something?”

Charlie didn’t know what exactly Jacob’s mood was at this time, but seeing that he was more or less unable to bear it, he thought that he might be trying to lend a hand to the Lady.

At this point, only Jacob sighed and said, “Seeing my own mother live such a life and do such a job with my own eyes, I, as a son, am definitely heartbroken, and it’s not good for me to stand idly by.”

At this point, Jacob suddenly changed his words, covered his eyes and spoke, “But well, I didn’t see anything! It was all an illusion just now!”

After saying that, he quickly turned around and said to Charlie, “Good son-in-law, let’s go buy some fish, shrimp, meat and eggs first, as for the vegetables, let’s go buy them from another supermarket, what do you think?”

How could Charlie not know what he meant, immediately smiled and said, “Yes dad, I share your opinion, the food in this supermarket is really not too fresh, let’s go to the market later and buy it, first go see if there are any bigger Boston lobsters, if there are, buy a few for home!”

Jacob smiled heedlessly and pointed his finger at Charlie, exclaiming, “Still you understand me! Come on, let’s go get lobster!”

Although Jacob’s heart, he did have more or less sympathy for his mother’s experience.

But he was not a fool.

The Lady’s mouth for so many years, he had already seen it clearly.

When I dared my own family to go out, it was really no kindness at all, and even more so, no thought of the bloodline at all.

It’s the first time I’ve been able to get a chance to do this.

Later, when the Wilson family wasn’t working, she had to think and do many disgusting things in order to be able to live in her own Thompson First Villa.

The company has been in the process of creating a new generation of products and services.

So, he also hoped that reality would teach Old Lady Wilson a little bit of a profound lesson.

He was not going to give any help to Lady Wilson until she completely repented.

It’s not just a matter of time, it’s also a matter of time before we get to know each other.

The cashier area was now filled with long lines in front of every cashier.

Charlie and Jacob waited in line for more than twenty minutes before they finally reached one of the cashiers.

Seeing that it was about to be his turn to check out, Jacob was busy walking to the shopping trolley and said to Charlie, “Good son-in-law, you take something in the back for the cashier to scan, and I’ll bag it in the front.”

Charlie nodded, Jacob stepped into the cashier channel first, and before Charlie went up to get the merchandise, he first said to the cashier, “Come four plastic bags, want the biggest.”

The cashier nodded and said, “Big bags for fifty cents each.”

He said, bowing his head from the drawer beside him, he took out four large plastic bags and handed them to Jacob.

Jacob received the plastic bag and looked up subconsciously, boarding up and exclaimed, “Oh my, sister-in-law?! What are you doing here?”

“Huh?! It’s…. Is it you?!”

In front of the cash register, Hannah, wearing a supermarket employee vest, looked at Jacob with the same stunned amazement!

She never dreamed that she would run into Jacob when she was forced to come out to work as a temp and a cashier!

Another look at that young man on the other side who was looking out that thing from the shopping cart, isn’t that the Wilson family’s wasteful son-in-law, Charlie!

As soon as Hannah saw Charlie take out a thickened plastic bag containing several superb lobsters, her heart immediately sourly surmised, “I’ve been starving all day and night, and have been standing here all morning, and still haven’t waited for the supermarket management’s lunch, but they’re lucky to have bought such a big bag full of lobsters! How is it that the difference in living standards between the two families, who also live in Thompson First, is so great!”


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