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崩溃就是在一瞬间的事情

终于可以继续发文章了,该死的MSN空间文字翻译得那么古怪,实在是不符合中国人习惯。

每天都在快乐得面对生活,看起来是个充满希望的,然而,事物往往是要透过现象看本质的,外部往往是和内部不相符的。当酒精浓度很高的时候,才发现真正的自己是什么样子,一个人坐在即将停止一天营业的餐厅,想找一个能够释放的方式都是那么的困难,拿起电话,却知道那是界限,应有的尺度不能跳跃。想要再发,却发现不能去伤害另外一个人。想要第三次发,还是算了,男人之间还是说一些阳刚的东西吧!听着忧伤的音乐,回忆快乐的时光,崩溃也许就是一瞬间的事情,谁知道会在什么时候呢?

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