When Payton saw this, he immediately complained to Rosiley, “Rosiley, look, Sachin attracts so many women's attention the moment he appears. You must teach him a good lesson when he comes home.”
“Are you qualified to say that?"
Rosiley rolled her eyes at him and thought to herself, ‘Haven't you just attracted two yourself?’
Payton acted as if nothing had happened. "Why am I not qualified? By contrast, Sachin is obviously more popular than me. I can't figure out what women are thinking about. I am handsome, humorous and easy to get along with. But they don't like me. Instead, they like Sachin who is hard to get along with and keeps a poker face all day long.”
Payton was puzzled by this.
Rosiley couldn't help but feel a little amused, “What's there to be surprised at? What you can't get is always more attractive. In others’ eyes, Sachin is hard to approach and keeps a low profile, so it is easy for him to attract women's curiosity. If a woman can't get him, she can only look up to him. Once she gets him, it is as if she has obtained the entire world. Of course, he's
more attractive to women than you. "
"That's why I said that women's minds are hard to understand.”
Payton curled his lips, but curiosity suddenly arose in his heart, “Is this how you feel about Sachin?”
“Not really. Sachin and I are different.”
"Different? Rosiley, why did you marry Sachin? Did he propose to you? How?” Payton suddenly became interested.
Rosiley shook her head and glanced at Payton, “He didn't propose to me. Instead, I proposed to him."
"What?" Payton stared blankly for a few seconds before widening his eyes in disbelief, "You proposed to him? How is that possible? Is it true?”
“Yes, of course!"