link: https://www.novelupdates.com/series/lady-lins-first-ever-journey-to-immortality/ C1: On the up side, a girl like that is definitely going to abandon him once she loses interest. She'll probably even get her father to fire (and maybe even blackball) him so she doesn't have to see him again. C2: I wonder if his parents are as shameless about all this as he is, or if they'll disown him for his infidelity and lack of gratitude. That aside, I wish the translator would run these through Grammarly or something. C3: "thinking that this place is mysterious but peaceful so the water will probably be unharmful. " She's not read many myths, legends, religious texts, political documentaries, nursery rhymes, stories, or anything else really, has she? "tied around her waist by a thread of silver" Is this a typo, or is it a belt now? I wonder if she'll try to plant the seed(s). C4: She should find out if she physically enters the space when she uses it. If so, it could replace her home if she still hasn't solved her financial problems seven months from now (yeah right). C5: She should be more worried that the spring is a finite resource. It might also be a good idea to consider that maybe that grass isn't just grass C6: She totally just stole some cultivators seeds It feels like the introduction of an ML in a romance story though. Hopefully this isn't a romance story C7: She should go around to seed stores and farmer oriented fairs and see if she can find any other seeds with a naturally strong energy. Strengthening and/or restoring the spring's energy is extremely important if she wants to use it long term. She should probably also be feeding her belt blood from time to time. It was still lacking energy when it stopped last time after all. Unless she's worried something bad will happen rather than it helping to maintain the space anyway. C8: And here I thought she'd be able to see the jade in the stone and make her own money by borrowing enough from her friend to buy a stone and then immediately paying her back by selling the jade to her potential boss. C11: "Lin Luoran runs to Boss Zhang and pays the bills." How? She doesn't have 2k Yuan. "And you can find jade in five-hundred-yuan stones?" How does she know how much they are? It's not like they're labeled in any way, nor is there something immediately distinctive about them that says they're worthless or they would never have been brought there in the first place. C13: It's a good thing her bank account isn't a joint account with the scumbag. He'd definitely empty it before she got home. I hope they don't forget the taxes on that money. They'll definitely be high, and I doubt either of them have the necessary tax shelters in place to avoid paying them like the others at that event. C14: "She just got a small windfall." six million yuan is almost a million dollars. It's not small at all. Sure, it's not a good idea to start blowing it on anything that strikes her fancy, but its enough to live on for the rest of her life if she's frugal or manages her money well. That sales clerk must be over the moon, though she may later regret not having tried to sell them more expensive cars first C16: I wonder if this is a backup scheme from the scumbag to try to use her family to steal her money. C19: Why would she give them anything? She should just buy her parents a new home somewhere else. Heck, if the wealth gap is as great as I've heard, she might be able to buy a whole village for them with what she has left. Or is whatever minimal compensation she can get from her ex's mother worth more to her than the 100k? C27: I'm betting loser boy went to Elly for the breakup money she demanded. C28: Why not just have her parents adopt him? C31: Why does the ML always have to be such a loser? Why can't we just not have an ML instead? Why aren't the gate guards getting involved? She's the guest of the base's commander. Letting her be accosted in front of it is sure to get them in trouble. Also, why did she have any trouble at all with Mu Tianen? Even if he was trained in martial arts, he's a party animal, not a professional martial artist. His strength shouldn't even be comparable to hers, nor should his technique be able to make up the gap. I have a strong feeling that I'm going to have to drop this series because of the author forcing this idiot down our throats. C32: I'm betting that that was Mu's grandfather, and that he'll try to set her up with his good for nothing grandson. C33: Baojia tried to set him up with the MC. It's clearly not a marriage she wants. C40: "she wants her parents to cultivate with her" How? She has no more red fruits, and if she did, feeding them to her parents would kill them. C41: I wonder if they realize just how expensive those decorative fish that they're catching to eat are... I hope her bonus is on a per stone basis, otherwise he just got far too good of a deal lol. Is it wrong that I'd prefer Baojia to be the love interest? If we're going to have a love triangle, it'd be nice if at least one of the love interests was worth rooting for. C43: I think plot convenience is the only reason Elly hasn't dumped loser boy yet. It feels out of character for her to have not moved on yet. C49: If she bids, won't it convince everyone that there's jade in there? If so, might she not accidentally screw over a friend instead of Elly? C54: "Anyway, she is back now. She will kick him out after dinner!" It's so hard to not just drop the series right now. C55: "He uses his inner force and taps the ground." What inner force? It was clearly stated that he doesn't cultivate and can't even sense Reiki. C60: I'm betting the spring's water can save her. C61: Why did she need to beg? He already told her to go in alone at the end of the last chapter. There was absolutely no need to beg or to reveal her secret. C68: So, what was the point in saying that she'd bare the consequences if she's going to identify herself as a Qin? C75: How did she fail to realize that that circle pulls on the creator's lifeforce to function? It's not really a great technique to be using without fully understanding it, much less without fully understanding even a single piece of it. C76: "they all think that no one will come to the Qin’s villa to find her." Why? She identified herself as a Qin. C84: Am I the only one that expected one of them to be Master Jia? C89: So, homophobia for sure with a high probability of xenophobia, racism and nationalism to follow. Yay :/ C94: "However, she has never learnt any kung fu" Wtf did they send her for then? To die? Getting rid of the Leeroy there seems like a pretty lucky break for the MC, even if she's now in violation of their agreement. C95: Well, if he's still alive, s/he basically has to be in Laying Foundations or higher (unless we've been lied to about the place only be accessible once a century), which means s/he is an ally in the making. After all, the MC is nowhere close to being able to take on people at higher levels of cultivation yet. Heck, she might struggle against people at lower levels.