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A child on Christmas time asked for some paper and crayons in order to draw a crib. Eventually the artistic masterpiece was displayed for parental approval. The manager, the shepherds, Jesus and Holy Family wore duly admired.圣诞节时孩子要了纸和蜡笔,想画一张耶稣诞生像。最后这件艺术品被陈列出来供父母鉴赏。他们对耶稣诞生后睡的马槽,牧羊人,耶稣及其家庭都逐一表示赞赏。 ;But what’s that in the corner?; asked Mother.“可是那个角落里是什么?”妈妈问。;Oh, that’s their telly,; replied the tot.“噢,那是他们的电视机,”孩子回答说。 /201211/209394。

  • THERE is a storm brewing in Shanghai - and not many men are liking it.有一场风暴正在上海酝酿——而很多男人都不喜欢它。A recent survey that polled around 44,000 eligible men and women nationwide found that some Shanghai guys out on their first date expect their women to split the bills!最近的一项对大约44000名合格男女的调查发现上海男人在第一次约会时期望女性能平分帐单!The report, published by the Beijing-based wedding website jiayuan.com, came ahead of the 11/11/12, a day celebrated by young Chinese in cities as the Singles Day, which falls tomorrow.该报告发布的,由北京婚礼网站佳缘网在2012年11月11号前一天发布,被中国城市青年庆祝的光棍节,明天即是。It has not gone down well among the Shanghai men who took to weibo.com to vent their fury. Clearly, they were in no mood to be dubbed ;the meanest single men; in the country. Among the 43,964 people surveyed for the ;Chinese People#39;s Viewpoints of Marriage,; about 2,000 of them were from Shanghai.上海男人对此很难接受,并用微来发泄他们的愤怒。显然,他们对被称为这个国家“最小气的单身男人”心情不佳。在接受“中国人婚姻观”调查的43964人,其中大约有2000名来自上海。The report claimed that although 80 percent of the respondents believed that men should pay the bills for dinner or movie tickets on their first date, more men from Shanghai than those in other parts of the country want women to split the bill, the Shanghai Youth Daily reported yesterday.该报告声称尽管80%的受访者认为男人在第一次约会时应该付吃饭或电影票的账单,但更多来自上海的男人比其他地方男人更想让女人平分账单,《上海青年报》昨日报道。Local men immediately turned to their microblogs, slamming the survey and demanding an apology to what they perceived stemmed from ;certain prejudices.;当地人立即转向他们的微,抨击调查,并要求他们认为源于“某些偏见”的批评而道歉。They insisted they paid for the bills and did not ;share them; on most dates. ;Isn#39;t it a tradition in China that men would pay the bill for the first date, or maybe all the dates, out of politeness and manners. As far as I know, none of my Shanghai friends would ask their girlfriends to share the bill when they first met,; said Liu Tao, 26, a white-collar worker.他们坚持他们付了账单,大部分约会都没有“平分账单”。“这是不是中国的传统男人在第一次约会时会付帐,或者所有的约会,出于礼貌和教养。据我所知,我的上海朋友在初次约会时没有一个会让他们的女友平分账单,”刘涛说,一个26岁的白领。The survey also found that about 17 percent men and 26 percent women would look for excuses to make a quick dash if the date was not to their liking. They would ask their friends to call them and cook up some excuse to leave.调查还发现约17%的男性和26%的女性如果约会不满意会找借口快速溜走。他们会让他们朋友打电话给自己,编造一些借口离开。Women also cared more about fine details of the men they were dating like their fingernails, color of their socks, hair and their choice of perfume. Men would check whether the shoes their dates were wearing were clean or not.女性也更关心与他们约会的男性的细节,像他们的指甲、袜子的颜色、头发和他们选择的香水。男人会检查他们女伴穿的鞋子是否干净。The survey found Shanghai women hated men with strong body odor and their favorite topic for discussion was star signs. Not surprisingly, the topic that the Shanghai men detested most was when their dates tried to dig out info about their personal savings.调查发现上海女人讨厌男人身上的强烈气味,她们最喜欢的讨论话题是星座。毫不奇怪,上海男人最厌恶的话题是当他们约会对象试图探明他们的私人储蓄。 /201211/208458。
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