In political marriage, the opinions and characteristics of both parties are not important. What is important is the “right to the door” and the “strength of marriage.” Huang Laoxie is a seemingly free and easy person, but he is definitely not free, and the evil fire in his heart is no less than Xi Du. His biggest demon is that he thinks he has outstanding talents, and he pretends to be Zhang Liang Zhuge, but he is forced to become a madman in the Wei and Jin Dynasties. Xidu took the initiative to marry, and came to visit, and his posture was three points low, which was quite satisfying to Huang Laoxie’s inflated echo. To say that he is seriously planning to marry, it is not always possible. In addition, Beibei also came to join in the fun, not so much unhappy, it is better to say hilariously. He enjoys this process more. Anyway, he said that when he turned his face, he turned his face, and in the end, the original book did rely on Huang Rong’s ruin, otherwise Huang Rong would not even have a chance to jump because of the difference in martial arts between the two sides. This is not to accuse Huang Laoxie, on the contrary, the fifth is definitely a very good character written by Jin Yong. He himself liked it so much. In the end, the protagonists of the two books had changed for two generations, and he was reluctant to let the fifth fall, but forcibly levelled with the protagonists of all walks of life. These master-level figures he wrote were enlightened for the first time in Wujue, and writing wanton and arrogance is like a divine help. It’s not easy for others to write one. He wrote five in one go (the old naughty boy replaces Wang Chongyang), and they are not the same. It depends on the three-dimensional character, although it is a great master, each has its flaws. How perfect Huang Laoxie’s skill configuration is, how serious his mental deficit is. His mind is an unfathomable labyrinth with human-eating monsters hidden inside. All this comes from the strong suppression of inner conflicts-conflicts between ambition and circumstances, conflicts between desire and reason, images and internal conflicts. In contrast, the old call to flowers is the opposite of Huang Laoxie, not Ouyang Feng. Yaoshi Huang had to act as a perfect master, his wife was beautiful and her daughter was smart, his apprentices were loyal, and he was respected and respected. But these are actually false, and in the end one by one was crushed by his nature. His wife was exhausted, his apprentice was beaten and disabled, and his daughter ran away from home. In contrast, the old begging is much more real. He was lazy and greedy, and had to be the leader of the beggar gang, so he actually became the shopkeeper. He ignored all administrative matters, went to play by the way, and was content to point middle-level martial arts occasionally. When things are done, they accept the imperfections, and there is no perfect obsessive-compulsive disorder regardless of the image. Guo Jing learned that “Jianglong eighteen lacks three palms”, and he doesn’t think there is anything wrong. However, Huang Laoxie obviously used the old name for his new martial arts creation, but he refused to admit his mistake to Lu Chengfeng. What an awkward character. After the characters have shortcomings, the story gets rid of the dullness, and becomes strange and colorful. Therefore, Ouyang Feng is the most serious person who proposes marriage. Huang Laoxie enjoys his face, and he always calls Huaxin to spoil the situation as purely as a mirror. It is enough not to let things join hands. The parents seem to be masters of martial arts, but they can be interpreted as political figures. Almost no one really cares whether the juniors are well-matched or happy.