The President's Secretary Wants To Resign Everyday - Chapter 13.3
The President frowned, looking disgusted.
I quickly waved my hand, “There are very few people like me, and the heroine is definitely not like this. From my contact with the heroine, the heroine is a noble person, a pure person, and a person who is out of vulgar taste. She doesn’t like cheesy things like money as I do.”
When I said the famous words of a great man, I seemed too excited. I forgot that I was still standing on two leg poles that were completely numb. When I stood up, I moved too much and didn’t hold the back seat. I saw that I was about to fall on the president. I turned in time with my hands, and fell down on the aisle with a “thud”.
It was so dangerous that she almost became a scheming female secretary who deliberately threw herself at the president.
The President quietly looked at me, who was squatting on the ground, and a meaningful sigh came out of his throat, “You silly little thing, what should I do with you.”
Realizing my current posture may be a little unsightly, I got up quickly.
I’m too old to fall in public. I’m ashamed. At this moment, I’m so embarrassed that I can’t wait to find a hole to dig in. I’m embarrassed to look back at the president, “President, I’ll go back to my seat if there’s nothing else to do.”
When passing by the president, he suddenly grabbed my wrist and pressed the service light on the plane.
I was shocked. Does the president have such a small stomach that he still wants to call the air steward? I thought I had turned over the matter before.
For what crime? Making trouble on the plane? Am I going to get arrested when I get off the plane?
The flight attendant on the plane arrived soon. He looked a little older than the other flight attendants, and he was shrewder and more capable. “Mr. President, how can I help you?”
The President nodded his chin in my direction, “Upgrade.”
My jaw dropped in shock.
The person nodded and smiled at me, his eyes drifting over my wrist, which was being pulled by the President, with appropriate inquiry and understanding on his face, “President would like to upgrade this lady’s seat? Of course, according to airline policy, an additional $900 in cash is needed to upgrade the flight seat.”
The President took out his wallet and handed out $1,000 at will.
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