In this chapter, we learn that the story is purely fictional and that there is no attempt to describe real events, characters, places or real entities. In fact, the only similarity between the story and real life is that the setting is entirely fictional. When little sa asks where she is going, little zhan tells her to take a break. He tells her that he feels a "magic wave" coming from the other side of the room and that sheffey is also there with her. He explains that the divine punishment he gave her was to make her bound to him. Sheffey was bound to her because of the punishment she gave her. She tells him that she managed to foresee that the internal "chaos" of the "true god cult" would occur. She then tells him to give her a "better massage" so that she can give him a better massage. She says that she added a "bit of magic" to the situation and that the food she is eating is so delicious that she wants to let her father taste it. She also wants to go in and talk to her father, but she is told not to "arbitrarily disturb others" . She wants to talk to him after he has finished eating, but he tells her not to do so. The food suddenly became "out of taste" , and she tells her father that she would like to sleep with him for a long time. She informs him that little sa and her assistant bai went to the zoo, but the animals were all "idiots." She then went to an amusement park with her father. When she asks why she fell off the bed, she says that it is all her fault that she is too big and weighs on him.