On a certain day， the elder servant girl of the Chen family was at the door purchasing thread， and while there， she of a sudden heard in the street shouts of runners clearing the way， and every one explain that the new magistrate had come to take up his office. shop for vibrators
the girl， as she peeped out from inside the door， perceived the lictors and policemen go by two by two； and when unexpectedly in a state chair， was carried past an official， in black hat and red coat， she was indeed quite taken aback. huge strapon
"the face of this officer would seem familiar，" she argued within herself； "just as if I had seen him somewhere or other ere this."
Shortly she entered the house， and banishing at once the occurrence from her mind， she did not give it a second thought. At night， however， while she was waiting to go to bed， she suddenly heard a sound like a rap at the door. A band of men boisterously cried out： "We are messengers， deputed by the worthy magistrate of this district， and come to summon one of you to an enquiry." deals on vibrators
Feng Su， upon hearing these words， fell into such a terrible consternation that his eyes stared wide and his mouth gaped.
What calamity was impending is not as yet ascertained， but， reader， listen to the explanation contained in the next chapter.Shih-yin being， on the other hand， a man of books and with no experience in matters connected with business and with sowing and reaping， subsisted， by hook and by crook， for about a year or two， when he became more impoverished.
In his presence， Feng Su would readily give vent to specious utterances， while， with others， and behind his back， he on the contrary expressed his indignation against his improvidence in his mode of living， and against his sole delight of eating and playing the lazy.
Shih-yin， aware of the want of harmony with his father-in-law， could not help giving way， in his own heart， to feelings of reGREt and pain. In addition to this， the fright and vexation which he had undergone the year before， the anguish and suffering （he had had to endure）， had already worked havoc （on his constitution）； and being a man advanced in years， and assailed by the joint attack of poverty and disease， he at length gradually began to display symptoms of decline.
Strange coincidence， as he， on this day， came leaning on his staff and with considerable strain， as far as the street for a little relaxation， he suddenly caught sight， approaching from the off side， of a Taoist priest with a crippled foot； his maniac appearance so repulsive， his shoes of straw， his dress all in tatters， muttering several sentiments to this effect：