我没有出过轨

作者:刘小曼  于 2016-4-15 06:20 发表于 最热闹的华人社交网络--贝壳村

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这些年来我勤恳工作,
东奔西跑,走南闯北,
被公司评为先进工作者。
我热爱我的事业,任劳任怨,
长时间通宵班也不觉得累。


我工作时候能接触到
社会上各种各样的人物:
男女老少,高矮肥瘦
美的,丑的,各色人种都有。

我会寓工作於娱乐:
经常观察顾客的行为,
听他们聊天,谈笑。
可以说,我在工作中
看惯了人间悲欢离合,
读尽了世间人情冷暖。

我也常遇到粗野的顾客。
不讲礼貌,不文明的,粗暴的
喝醉了上窜下跳地闹事的家伙
让我很头疼,但也得忍着,
唉,服务至上,顾客第一么。

因为我每天循规蹈矩地,
一丝不苟地完成每项操作,
所以我老板对我也很看重。
不过,今天,我终于要退休了
而且我被评选为公司最佳的工作者。


当然,我一次轨都没出过,
这是我被评先进的重要原因。
啊?什么? 哦,不,不,不。。。
不是你想像的那样!
我们火车出轨是很要命的。
 

作者:小贝壳 (灵感来自 “淩亂的房間” 謝爾•西爾弗斯坦 )

April 14, 2016


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3 回复 fanlaifuqu 2016-4-15 07:41
从此可以看出出轨的杀伤力!
2 回复 曾经以为的凝视 2016-4-15 07:56
小曼的搞笑是一绝。
2 回复 刘小曼 2016-4-15 08:46
fanlaifuqu: 从此可以看出出轨的杀伤力!
吸引眼球方面也是够厉害,网站到处看到这方面信息。
3 回复 刘小曼 2016-4-15 08:47
曾经以为的凝视: 小曼的搞笑是一绝。
谢谢鼓励!凝视兄是搞笑高手。
2 回复 曾经以为的凝视 2016-4-15 08:49
刘小曼: 谢谢鼓励!凝视兄是搞笑高手。
我们是互相取笑的高手。
6 回复 ChineseInvest88 2016-4-15 08:49
为你捏了把汗,没出轨是好样的!我也爱你-火车!
4 回复 刘小曼 2016-4-15 08:52
ChineseInvest88: 为你捏了把汗,没出轨是好样的!我也爱你-火车!
phew……一把汗。无惊无险
4 回复 刘小曼 2016-4-15 19:43
Messy Room
by Shel Silverstein


His underwear is hanging on the lamp.
His raincoat is there in the overstuffed chair,
And the chair is becoming quite mucky damp.
His workbook is wedged in the window,
His sweater's been thrown on the floor.
His scarf and one ski are beneath the TV,
And his pants have been carelessly hung on the door.
His books are all jammed in the closet,
His vest has been left in the hall.
A lizard named Ed is asleep in his bed,
And his smelly old sock has been stuck to the wall.
Donald or Robert or Willie or—
Huh? You say it's mine? Oh, dear,
I knew it looked familiar!

淩亂的房間
謝爾•西爾弗斯坦


他的內褲掛在燈盞上。
他的雨衣放在滿是雜物的椅子上,
椅子上很潮濕。
他的工作簿被擠在窗台上,
他的毛衣被扔在地上。
他的圍巾和滑雪板被搁置在電視機底下,
他的褲子被大大咧咧地掛在門上。
他的書把抽屜塞得滿滿的,
他的背心被擱在大廳裡。
一隻名叫艾德的蜥蜴在他的床上睡著了,
他發臭的舊襪子粘在牆上。
唐納德,羅伯特,威利或 ----
什麼?你說这是我的房間嗎?哦,親愛的,
我知道它看起来很眼熟!

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Shel Silverstein was a poet and musician known for children’s books such as The Giving Tree and Where the Sidewalk Ends.


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“Listen to the mustn'ts, child. Listen to the don'ts. Listen to the shouldn'ts, the impossibles, the won'ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me... Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.”


—Shel Silverstein
   


Synopsis

Shel Silverstein was born on September 25, 1930, in Chicago. Silverstein studied music and established himself as a musician and composer, writing songs including “A Boy Named Sue,” popularized by Johnny Cash, and Loretta Lynn’s “One’s on the Way.” Silverstein also wrote children’s literature, including The Giving Tree and the poetry collection A Light in the Attic. He died in 1999.


Early Career

Born in Chicago, Illinois on September 25, 1930, Shel Silverstein enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1950 and served in Korea and Japan, becoming a cartoonist for Stars & Stripes magazine. After his stint in the Army was up, he soon began drawing cartoons for magazines such as Look and Sports Illustrated, but it was his work for Playboy magazine that began garnering Silverstein national recognition. Silverstein's cartoons appeared in every issue of Playboy, riding the high-point of its popularity, from 1957 through the mid-1970s.

While at Playboy in the 1950s, Silverstein also began exploring other areas of creativity, including writing and music, and he contributed poems to the magazine, including "The Winner" and "The Smoke-off," and wrote the books Playboy's Teevee Jeebies and its sequel,More Playboy's Teevee Jeebies: Do-It-Yourself Dialogue for the Late Late Show. He also began publishing his own books of cartoons, beginning with Take Ten (1955) and Grab Your Socks (1956). In 1960, Silverstein’s collected cartons, Now Here's My Plan: A Book of Futilities, would appear with one of his most famous drawings adorning the cover. Around this time, he branched out into music, recording his first album, Hairy Jazz (1959), a record
containing several standards and a couple of original songs. Silverstein would go on to produce more than a dozen albums over the course of his diverse career.


'The Giving Tree' and Other Writings

In 1963, Silverstein met Ursula Nordstrom, a book editor, and she convinced him to begin writing material for children, which he did on short notice. Uncle Shelby's Story of Lafcadio: The Lion Who Shot Back would be the first, appearing that same year. The next year, he wrote two: A Giraffe and a Half and The Giving Tree, the latter of which would go on to become Silverstein's most popular book.

Besides being wildly popular, The Giving Tree is one of the most discussed children’s books of all time. Featuring a boy and a tree, the plot centers on both characters growing up and the boy having less and less time for the tree but more and more need for what the tree can give
him. Eventually the tree allows itself to be chopped down to make lumber for a boat so the boy can go sailing. Years later, the boy returns as an old man, and the tree says, "I'm sorry, boy... but I have nothing left to give you." The boy says, "I do not need much now, just a quiet place to sit and rest." The tree then says, "Well, an old tree stump is a good place for sitting and resting. Come, boy, sit down and rest." The boy sits, making the tree once again happy to serve him.

The book is both sad and ambiguous in intent, and for these reasons it was initially rejected by publishers, who thought the book’s themes resided somewhere between those meant for adults and those for children. The book portrays either a bleak or realistic assessment of the human condition (or both) and a stark viewpoint of parent/child relationships, but Silverstein meant to give children a look at life unadorned (others have read religious and anti-feminist themes into the work as well). Regardless of the message, The Giving Tree has been translated into more than 30 languages and is continually named to lists of the best children’s
books of all time.

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5 回复 刘小曼 2016-4-15 21:41
我的灵感来自网络上那些无处不在的出轨报道。

火车的出轨是意外,是错误的机械操作产生的事故,火车本身是不想出轨,变成一堆废铁,被修理的。
  人类的各种出轨, 包括婚姻,工作各种情况下的出轨是因为有意识地去违法道德标准,不遵守有关规则,明知道不对,被抓住会被收拾,但侥幸心理作祟。

http://health.sina.com.cn/hc/2015-10-16/doc-ifxivsce6836926.shtml

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