2019年07月23日 09:29:12|来源:国际在线|编辑:华问答
PARIS — I have just another piece about French decline and malaise. My first reaction is: Enough aly! As I’ve said before, malaise is to France as the Royal family is to Britain: a perennial condition that each people lives off.巴黎——我刚刚又读到一篇以法国的衰落和不安情绪为题的文章。我的第一反应是:够了!正如我以前所说,不安情绪之于法国,就如同王室之于英国:是每个人早就习以为常的东西。It was 18 years ago that, as a correspondent in Paris, I wrote: “France today is racked by doubt and introspection. There is a pervasive sense that not only jobs — but also power, wealth, ideas and national identity itself — are migrating, permanently and at disarming speed, to leave a vapid grandeur on the banks of the Seine.”18年前在巴黎当通讯记者的时候,我曾经写道:“怀疑和自省的氛围让今天的法国备受煎熬。人们普遍感觉,正以惊人的速度永远离法国而去的不只是工作机会,还有权力、财富乃至国家认同感本身,遗留在塞纳河岸的唯有空洞乏味的的伟大。”Well, almost two decades on France is still here, as are the jeremiads that accompany it. One should not mistake grumbling, in its French iteration, for unhappiness. That would be far too literal-minded, almost Anglo-Saxon!可是,过了将近20年,法国依然伫立在这里,与此同时,关于法国的种种哀叹依然没有消散。别以为法国人翻来覆去地发牢骚,就表示他们不幸福。那样的话就太死脑筋了,简直堪称盎格鲁-撒克逊式的死脑筋。France is stubborn. It is an idea, after all. Ideas must be defined against something. France has little choice but to define itself against the English-speaking world, rushing after money when other consolations abound. It was the French epicure Brillat-Savarin who noted: “I have drawn the following inference, that the limits of pleasure are as yet neither known nor fixed.”法国很固执。说到底,它是一种理念。理念总得靠点什么来衬托和突显。法国别无选择,只能用放着那么多别的慰藉不要、偏去追逐金钱的英语世界来衬托和突显自己。法国美食家布里亚-萨瓦亨(Brillat-Savarin)曾经说过:“我得出的结论是,到目前为止,快感的界限既不为人所知,也非固定不变。”Perhaps it’s the perfection of Paris in these early spring days that makes all the chat about moroseness seem facile — the sweet breeze, the wide bright sky on the banks of the Seine, the low-slung bridges with their subtle fulcrums, the early-morning silence (enveloping enough for the sound of a woman’s heels on the sidewalk to be audible), the city’s gentle awakening, the curve of a zinc roof, the flat-topped pollarded trees along the gravel pathways of the Tuileries, the etched shadows on limestone, the streets that beckon and the boulevards that summon.或许是这早春巴黎的完美无缺让一切与郁闷有关的话题都显得没了意义——习习的清风,塞纳河岸上方广阔明亮的天空,有着精巧点的低矮桥梁,清晨的寂静(寂静到可以听见一个女人穿着高跟鞋走在人行道上),缓缓苏醒的城市,锌皮屋顶的曲线,杜乐丽花园(Tuileries)里的碎石小径两旁顶部修剪得平平整整的树木,映在石灰石上的影子,摆手致意的小街巷,高声招呼的林荫大道。If this is the vapid grandeur of a fading power, I’ll take it!如果这就是一个衰落大国的“空洞乏味的伟大”,那我愿意接受!It is April, “mixing memory and desire,” as T.S. Eliot put it. Cruel would be an overstatement. There are places you come to at an impressionable age that will never leave you. Forty years ago, I lived as a student in a tiny apartment at the bottom of the Rue Mouffetard. I was studying French and giving English lessons three times a week in a lycée in a southern suburb famous principally for its prison. I would return in the early evening and wander around the market — the mackerel glistening on their bed of ice, the barded chickens, the plump endives, the serried ranks of eggplant, the bawdy invitations to buy the last of the silvery sardines for a song, acrid Gauloise smoke in the wintry air. Paris was release from a crimped Britain. A single window on the city was enough.正如T·S·艾略特(T.S. Eliot)所言,这是“混杂着回忆与欲望”的四月。用残酷一词来描述它未免显得太过夸张。如果你在容易受到外界影响的年纪到过某些地方,那它们就会永远留在你的记忆中。40年前,我还是一名学生,住在穆浮达街(Rue Mouffetard)尽头的一间小公寓里。我当时正学习法语,每星期在一所公立中学给学生上三次英语课。那所学校位于主要以监狱闻名的南郊。我会在傍晚时分赶回来,逛一逛穆浮达街市场——鲭鱼在冰床上闪闪发光,鸡肉被片成了薄片,菊苣丰满多肉,茄子密密匝匝地排成排,小贩发出猥琐的邀请,说只要唱首歌就可以把最后一点银亮的沙丁鱼买走,寒冷的空气中飘散着高卢牌(Gauloise)香烟的刺鼻味道。巴黎让我得以逃离束缚多多的英国。只要在这座城市里拥有一扇窗,对我来说就已足够。My Parisian sojourn culminated with the boiling summer of 1976. City fountains dried up. People sat dazed on park benches staring into the haze. Not a bottle of water could be found. The city was as romantic as a war zone. Pensioners died in little airless maids’ rooms under those zinc roofs. Nobody knew. Brittle leaves on plane trees dangled motionless.在1976年的那个酷暑,我结束了在巴黎的逗留。当时,城里的喷泉水流枯竭。人们坐在公园的长凳上,盯着雾霭发呆。一瓶水都找不到。当时的巴黎像战区一样夸张。锌皮屋顶下,老年人死在狭小且不通风的小屋里,无人知晓。悬铃木的树叶一动不动地耷拉着。Of course, Britain has raced ahead since, Thatcher-revolutionized itself, uncrimped itself, and London has become the global city par excellence, while Paris has merely burnished the credentials of its beauty. France has grown sullen in its defiance of global modernity. Well, so be it!当然,英国后来走到了前面,掀起了一场撒切尔革命,摈弃了诸多束缚。伦敦变成了出类拔萃的全球化城市,而巴黎只是把它美丽之都的招牌擦了擦。和全球现代化作对的法国变得郁郁寡欢。可那又怎么样!Few countries would have handled the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 with such rigor, transparency and speed. Watching Brice Robin, the Marseille prosecutor, I was reminded that public service in France is still a high calling that draws many of the country’s best minds. It is not a mere second-best to the lucrative private sector. Once again the police — applauded by left-wing crowds in the vast demonstration after the Charlie Hebdo killings in January — showed superb professionalism. President Fran#231;ois Hollande was measured and composed, his response appropriate at every step.鲜有国家能以法国那样缜密、透明和迅速地应对德国之翼9525航班坠机事件。看着马赛检察官布里斯·罗班(Brice Robin),我想起法国的公共务依然是一项要求颇高的职业,吸引了该国很多极优秀的人才。它可不是屈居富有的私营领域之下的次等选择。警方再次表现出了高超的专业水平。今年1月,在《查理周报》(Charlie Hebdo)杀人事件后出现的大规模示威游行中,警方就受到了左翼民众的称赞。总统弗朗索瓦·奥朗德(Fran#231;ois Hollande)慎重沉稳,每一步的应对都恰如其分。France is a country that works. It could work better. But it works in its way. And if it worked better, by the standards of the Anglo-Saxon world, it would also lose some essence of its particular functionality.法国是一个正常运行的国家。它可以运行得更好。但它有自己的运行方式。如果按照按盎格鲁-撒克逊世界的标准来看,它的运行达到了更好,它那独特的功用性就会出现一些本质上的损失。Last September, I wrote of my attempts to sell a village house I’ve owned for 20 years and the real estate agent who began her pitch by saying: “Monsieur, you cannot sell it. This is a family home. You know it the moment you step in. You sense it in the walls. You breathe it in every room. You feel it in your bones. This is a house you must keep for your children. I will help you sell it if you insist, but my advice is not to sell.”去年秋天,我写了打算卖房子的经历。那是一处在乡下的房子,在我名下已经20年了,房地产经纪人张口一句话却说:“先生,你不能卖。这是家宅。一走进来就知道。你能从墙里感受它,在每间屋里都能呼吸到它,你能在骨子里能感觉它。你必须把这座房子留给你的孩子。如果你坚持要卖,我会帮你,但我的建议是别卖。”Since then, I’ve been asked many times what happened to the house. I sold it. She was right: It was a mistake. The world needs real estate agents who tell you not to sell your home — and they are only to be found in France.从那时候开始,我多次被问到那处房子怎么样了。我卖了。她说得对:那是个错误。这个世界需要那种让你不要卖房子的房地产经纪人——只有在法国,才能找到这样的经纪人。 /201504/371240The 25 year old singer and songwriter has become the youngest woman ever to be included on the Forbes list of The World#39;s 100 Most Powerful Women.这位25岁的年轻歌手及创作人成为登上“福布斯全球最有影响力百位女性”榜单的最年轻的女性。She#39;s included at number 64 inthe list released on Tuesday because, Forbes says, she #39;has not only broken record sales and captivated the world with her fantastically honest lyrics, but she has proven herself as an impressive businesswoman.#39;在26日公布的榜单中,她位列第64位,福布斯方面表示:“她不仅打破了唱片销售的纪录,独特且坦诚的歌词风靡全球,还成功明了自己是位优秀的女商人。”Taylor, who#39;s 1989 album was her third consecutive release to sell one million copies in its first week, is described by the business bible as a #39;bona fide cross-genre, global megastar.#39;泰勒的《1989》是她的第三张发行首周就突破一百万张销量的专辑,她被福布斯称为“最真诚的跨流派的全球超级巨星。”Forbes said she has changed the nature of celebrity by posting personally on Twitter and Instagram and making time to engage with her fans or #39;Swifties#39;.福布斯表示,她通过在Twitter和Instagram等社交网络上袒露真我,并与粉丝(或称为斯威夫特粉)互动,重新定义了“名人”这个词。It also cited her controversial decision to pull her music from the streaming service Spotify.福布斯还提到了她有争议性的决定:把她的音乐作品从流务Spotify中撤出。#39;There’s no denying that she’s one of the most significant cultural influencers of our time,#39; Forbes said.福布斯表示:“不可否认,她是我们这个时代最具有文化影响力的人物之一。”Joining Tayloron the Forbes list are fellow celebrities Oprah Winfrey, the most powerful woman in entertainment ranking 12, Beyonce at 21 and Ellen DeGeneres at number 50.同泰勒一样荣登榜单的名人还有奥普拉·温弗瑞,位列最有影响力女性榜单第12位,碧昂斯位列第21位,艾伦·德杰尼勒斯位列第50位。Also making the cut are Angelina Jolie at number 54 on the list and Sofia Vergara at number 57.同时还有分别位列第54位和第57位的安吉丽娜·朱莉和索菲亚·维加拉。The world#39;s most powerful woman remains German Chancellor Angela Merkel followed in second place by Hilary Clinton.First Lady Michelle Obama is in tenth place on the list and Queen Elizabeth II is at 41.世界最有影响力的女性依然是德国总理默克尔,其次是希拉里·克林顿。美国第一夫人米歇尔·奥巴马位列榜单第10位,而英国女王伊丽莎白二世则位列第41位。There are 15 billionaires with a net worth of 73.3 billion dollars (#163;47bn) which does not include Melinda Gates, 24 chief executives and 19 newcomers in this year#39;s power list.今年的榜单中有15名亿万富翁,净资产达733亿美元,但不包括梅琳达·盖茨。榜单中有24位女首席执行官,有19位是首次上榜。 /201505/377875

Drinking more than three glasses of milk a day may not protect bones against breaking - and may even lead to higher rates of death, say researchers. A new study suggests certain types of sugars found in milk may increase inflammation and oxidative stress, which can damage body cells. But Swedish researchers said their study could not prove ‘cause and effect’ and much more research was needed before anyone would be advised to limit their milk consumption.调研者称,每天喝三杯以上牛奶非但不会帮你预防骨折,还可能导致更高的致死率。一项最新的研究表明,牛奶中包含的特定糖类会增加炎症和氧化压力,损坏身体细胞组织。然而在确定这一调查结果之前,瑞典调查者认为还需要进行更多的调查。Milk is recommended for cutting the risk of fractures because it contains calcium and vitamin D, which are vital for bone strength. However, there have been conflicting results from studies into the health benefits of milk in recent decades, with some showing it prevents heart attacks and strokes and others the opposite. Professor Karl Micha#235;lsson, Sweden, led a team to investigate whether the mechanism for potential harm was consumption of the sugars lactose and galactose found in high levels in milk, compared with much lower levels in other dairy products.牛奶因其还有钙质和维生素D、可以预防骨折而被推荐饮用。然而近年来,牛奶的功效一直备受争议。有人认为牛奶可以预防心脏病和中风,而又有人对此持反对意见。瑞典乌普萨拉大学卡尔教授带领一个小组调查的内容就是:和其他乳制品相比,牛奶中乳糖和半乳糖含量较高,而这是否会对人体造成潜在危害。Two large groups of 61,433 women and 45,339 men in Sweden completed food frequency questionnaires for 96 common foods including milk, yoghurt and cheese. Women were tracked for an average of 20 years, during which time 15,541 died and 17,252 had a fracture, of whom 4,259 had a hip fracture. In women, drinking more milk did not cut the risk of broken bones, says the study published in The BMJ. Men were tracked for an average of 11 years, during which time 10,112 died and 5,066 had a fracture, with 1,166 hip fracture cases. Men who drank more milk also had a higher risk of death, although much lower than in women.In contrast, eating more dairy products such as yoghurt and cheese - with a low lactose content – led to lower death rates and fewer fractures, particularly in women.瑞典,共有61433名女性和45339名男性接受了关于摄入牛奶、优格和乳酪频率的问卷调查。关于女性的追踪调查历时20年,期间15541名女性过世,17252名女性曾骨折,其中4259名女性髋骨骨折。饮用牛奶并没有降低女性骨折的风险。而男性的调查则持续了11年,期间10112名男性过世,5066名男性骨折,其中1166名髋骨骨折。饮用更多牛奶的男性死亡率虽与女性相比较低,但仍旧高于牛奶摄入少的人群。相反,摄入乳糖含量较低的优格或乳酪之类的乳制品死亡率更低,而且骨折风险更小。Prof Sue, Head of the Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Surrey, said the study had limitations, such as weak methods to assess lifestyle habits including bodyweight. She said: ‘Also key is that all milk in Sweden is fortified with vitamin A. This may well be an important confounding factor. Milk and dairy products in the UK provide 50-60 percent of the calcium in our diet. We know that low calcium intakes is a risk factor for osteoporosis.’萨里大学营养科学系主任苏教授认为这些调研都有其局限性,并不能准确地评估包括体重等生活习惯。她说,“瑞典的牛奶中有加强补充维生素A,这可能也是关键因素之一。英国的牛奶和乳制品提供了日常营养摄入中50%~60%的钙质。而我们知道,低钙摄入会导致骨质疏松。”Prof Brian Ratcliffe, Professor of Nutrition, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, said the possible role of alcohol intake was understated given that most of the extra deaths in milk drinkers were from heart disease. Lowest milk consumption was associated with the highest consumption of alcohol, and ‘there is considerable evidence for a cardio-protective effect of alcohol at modest intakes’ he said.罗伯特戈登大学营养学布莱恩·雷德克里夫教授认为,酒精摄入也应划入考虑范围内,因为研究中很多牛奶饮用者死于心脏疾病。低牛奶摄入和高酒精摄入是分不开的,而且“有可观的据表明,适量饮酒会保护心脏”。 /201411/343036

Everyone knows that marriage takes work. That#39;s obvious. But a huge misconception is that only BIG things will derail your marriage: infidelity, addiction, adultery, etc. Quite often, you don#39;t see the little things chip, chip, chipping away at you once-solid relationship foundations when in reality, it#39;s those tiny things that eventually erode your relationship from within - without you even realizing it! - until years of petty resentments finally explode. Here#39;s a few tiny earthquakes to watch out for:每个人都知道婚姻需要营造。这是事实。但大家都有一个误区,以为只有大事才会破坏婚姻:不忠,沉迷,等等。很多时候,是琐碎的小事削弱着你们本是牢固的关系,这些小事在你们似懂非懂的地方腐蚀掉你们的爱情,——直到很多年后,矛盾最终爆发。下面是几个你需要提防的地方:1. Not really talking1. 没有真心讨论Wake-up call: Passing each other in the hallway and mumbling something about someone taking out the trash is not talking. If you don#39;t spend quality time talking about your lives - really, truly, deeply talking about your lives, beyond the small talk and trivialties - you aren#39;t connecting. And if you#39;re not connecting, you#39;re growing apart. Simple as that.起床在走廊里擦肩而过,喃喃的说着该有人去倒垃圾了。如果你们不在黄金时间谈论你们的生活——真实地,真正地,深刻地,谈论你们的生活,而不是那些无聊的琐事——你们将不会交心。然后,如果你们不能交心,你们的关系会越来越疏远。就这么简单。2. Farting in front of each other2. 在对方面前放屁You think I#39;m kidding? When you get the stage where you cut your toenails in front of him, can easily braid the hair on your legs, would need hedge-trimmers to clip through your public hair and think nothing of breaking wind loudly in front of him, you have long passed the comfortable stage. You#39;ve now reached the ‘roommate#39; stage. Romance only dies when you let it. You need to keep the mystery alive and one way to do that is by closing the bathroom door. Knowing everything about another person, including their bowel habits, is not healthy. Get some mystery back into your relationship, STAT.你以为我在逗你?当你在他面前剪脚趾甲,当你给自己大腿间的阴毛整形,你可能还需要一些设备来修剪它们,你也从不在乎在他面前大声放屁,这些都说明你们的生活已经安逸太久了。你们现在进入了;室友模式;。浪漫总是在随性中丧失殆尽。你需要保持一些神秘感,比如关上洗手间的门。过于了解一个人,甚至包括他们排便的习惯,是有害的。还是给你们的关系多点神秘感吧。3. Re-stacking a dishwasher after he#39;s stacked it3. 在他整理完碗碟后重新整理一遍We know you have good intentions (and that you just want the job to be done right), but when you do this, you#39;re undermining your husband. He#39;ll interpret this behavior as you thinking he can#39;t do anything or that everything always has to be your way. Also, if you continue to ;re-do; all his attempts at housework, I assure you, he#39;ll stop helping altogether.我知道你的意图是好的(你只是想把工作作的更好),但是,当你这么做的时候,你正在伤害你的丈夫。他会把你的行为解释为,你认为他什么也做不好,或者,任何事都要按你的方式做。而且,如果你不断的重做他做完的家务活,我敢保,他再也不会帮助你了。4. Spending more time on the Internet than you do with each other4. 上网的时间比你们在一起的时间还多Who gives a flying f*ck what Henry De whurst is doing since you left high school? Does it matter that he#39;s sailed around the world and now runs XYZ business in NYC? Nope. Hint: It#39;s not normal to spend more time looking at wedding photos of a wed ng you weren#39;t invited to than you do with your family. So if you#39;re spending more of your life talking t o people you used to know or even worse, have never met, than hanging with your spouse, what pray tell a e you doing?! Ban iphones and technology from the bedroom (we know, it.s hard) and watch your sex life (#163; nd marriage!) miraculously improve.是谁让你在你高中毕业后做那些Henry Dewhurst正在做的事倩?过去他环游世界 ,现茌却只在纽约敲着XYZ ,真的没问题吗?不,很有问题。暗示:花费大量时间浏览那些你没有参加的婚礼的照片而不是与家人在一起一点都不好。所以,如果你同那些你过去不认识,甚至从未见过的人交谈所花费的时间超过与自己的另一半在一起的时间,你需要做点什么?从床上_iphone和电子产品(我知道,很难),然后看着你的性伙伴(或者另一半 ),都会改善。5. Canceling date night over and over again5. 一次又一次的取消夜晚约会Yup, we all have deadlines. We all have draconian bosses breathing down our necks - and yes, there will always be good reason to cancel date night - especially if the sitter lets you down again. But do so at your peril because postponing one-on-one time is symbolic of where your marriage is in your list of priorities. If you#39;d rather attend a Zumba class than have a glass of wine with your husband, that#39;s a red flag. Your relationship is sacred; treat it as such.是的,我们都没有时间。我们都有严厉的老板勒紧我们的脖子——是的,这是取消约会的最好借口——尤其,当模特让你失望的时候。但是,这很危险,因为推迟一对一约会是一个信号:你们的婚姻在生命中所处的优先权。如果你参加尊巴舞训练班比与你的丈夫一起干杯更优先,这就是红色警报,你们的关系已经危险了。想办法拯救吧。6. Paying more attention to your kids than him 6. 对孩子的关注比对他的关注多太多How many moms do you know who shower their kids with affection and give their husbands a quick pat on the back when he swoops in for a kiss? Remembering to stop and give each other actual physical affection - not just a requisite peck on the cheek - is the sign of a healthy relationship. When you spend day in/day out with someone, it#39;s easy to neglect them. The mundane goings-on of daily life take precedent and by the time you get the kids to bed and collapse on the sofa, showing any kind of affection feels like an extra chore. But here#39;s a secret: Do. It. Anyway. Affection, leading or not leading to sex, cannot be overstated.有多少母亲都会认真的给孩子洗澡,同时给想冲过来亲吻的丈夫一个背影?记得停下来和你的另一半亲热——不能只在脸上轻轻一吻——如果做了,标志着你们的关系健康。当你整天和其他人有约,他们很容易被你忽略。如果每天都只有日常的生活,有时候你把孩子送到床上,自己倒在沙发上,此时此刻任何情感都变成了一种额外的家务。但是,我有个秘籍:无论如何,做它。情感嘛,不论最后有没有做爱,都不是多余的。7. Never quite losing the baby weight7. 产后不减肥It may be controversial, but letting yourself go physically when you get comfortable with someone is a sure-fire way to send you partner looking elsewhere. When they met you, you were 23 with great abs but three kids and twenty years later, well, things don#39;t quite look the same. We get it; life happens. But looking after your own appearance means you feel good about yourself which in turn, means they feel good about you too. The brutal truth is you need to move your ass off the couch and down to the gym. You cared about your ass before, so why not now? Becoming lazy after you#39;ve hooked your catch isn#39;t a sexy look for anyone.这是有争议的,但是,当你大腹便便的与其他人谈笑风生时会让你的丈夫十分窘迫。当他们认识你时,你只有23岁,身材苗条,但是,当你有了3个孩子且过了20年后,嗯,一切都不一样了。是的,生活开始了。但是,注意自己的外表意味着你感觉改变一下更美,意味着他们也这么认为。残酷的事实是,你需要离开睡椅到健身椅上去,你以前担心自己的屁股太大,那么,现在为什么不担心呢?生孩子后越来越懒的女人一点都不性感。8. Never saying ;hanks; 8. 从不说“谢谢”My husband often feels like he deserves a medal every time he puts a loa d of wash in. (Never mind that I separated the wash, put it in the dryer, and spent hours folding it.) I want to stab him in the eyes when he expects validation for a relatively simple task but I give it to him anyway. Why? Because at least he did it. And when he feels empowered, BONUS: he might just do someth else, like grocery shopping or cleaning the fridge. By thanking him. I#39;m saying: ;I see you, I acknowledg e you.; Likewise, he should be thanking you, too. Otherwise there#39;s a tendency to start playing the amp;lsqu o;who did more#39; game, which quickly leads to resentment. The more grateful you are, the more likely he#39;ll do more. Trust me.我丈夫经常在洗了很多衣后认为自己应该被颁发勋章。(且毫不介意我之后把衣分类,放进甩干机,然后花数小时叠好它们。)在他做了简单的工作却想得到表扬时我真想瞪他,但我还是感谢了他。为什么?因为至少他做了。并且当他感觉被感谢后,意外之喜:他可能会继续做其他的事,比如,去杂货店买油盐酱醋,或者淸理冰箱。感谢他时,我说:“我看到了 ,我认可你。”同祥,他也应该感谢你。否则,你们将会纠结于“谁干的更多”,最终导致矛盾。你感激他越多,他做的越多。相信我。9. Spending too much time with your side of the family9. 花太多的时间关心娘家了Yes, we all know the guilt-trip moms are capable of if you aren#39;t home to celebrate Thanksgiving but just for once, ask your other half what they would like to do for the holidays. By pleasing your parents more than your spouse, you#39;re slowly poisoning your relationship and we hate to break it to you, hubby#39;s probably had enough of your Dad talking about his golf swing and your Mom droning on about her recent knee surgery. Here#39;s an idea: Instead of going to Gram and Gramps, ask them to come stay and spend time with the kids while you two get away, together!是的,我们都知道如果你没地方过感恩节,父母们以带你们一起过,但是,即使只一次,问下你的另一半,他想怎么过。对自己的父母过于关心,超过自己的另一半,你会慢慢伤害你们的感情,同时我不得不打断你,你的丈夫可能已经与你的老爸聊了太多的高尔夫了,也听了太多你老妈对自己膝关节手术的牢骚了。 给你一个建议:换一种方式,让你的父母与你的孩子们呆在一起,此刻,你们去独享幸福的二人旅行! /201503/366319

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