Little Sea Otter Became Popular
Qiao Dai, a little sea otter who has lived her whole life in the Pacific Ocean, has transmigrated and become the cannon fodder real daughter of an entertainment novel. Seeing that the plot was about to begin and faced with the tragic end of the original novel, Qiao Dai looked pitifully at the camera: Can I sleep during the performance?
On the day the show was broadcast, countless viewers saw an adorable girl sleeping on the water. They saw Qiao Dai sleep in the swimming pool in various poses, hugging a doll in her arms, tying herself with ribbons to prevent from drifting away and rubbing her face with both hands. For a while, the audience, the judges and the whole program was shocked: Where does this peerless little cutie come from?
At first, everyone thought Qiao Dai, who had made her debut by sleeping and being cute, would soon be forgotten. Until everyone saw her appear in a sea-themed movie of a world wide famous director, swimming gently in the water, her clear eyes dazzled with the azure of the sea.
She was the daughter of the ocean.
During a banquet, a drunk Qiao Dai found herself in front of a piece of ocean in a daze and she immediately changed back to a little sea otter and started swimming in excitement.
But when she turned her head, she found that there was a big killer whale looking at her: Go away, don’t swim in someone else’s pool.
Only then did Qiao Dai realize that the small ocean was actually a pool built by someone that could snack on little sea otters.
Qiao Dai: Is it too late to leave now?
Male lead: What do you think?
One day, the male lead lightly bit the back of Qiao Dai’s neck.
Qiao Dai: He really wants to eat me!
(Irritable) male lead: I’m proposing!
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Chapter 97 The end of the text Since then, there is also her in his ocean... 2021-03-31 05:33:51 Chapter 96 Always choose night 2021-03-31 05:33:45 Chapter 95 Cover your ears 2021-03-31 05:33:44 Chapter 94 2021-03-31 05:33:43 Chapter 93 Winter Olympics Ambassador 2021-03-31 05:33:41