Because of the epidemic prevention and control, she has not gone home for the Chinese New Year for two consecutive years. "It is false to not want to go home, but it is also true to be afraid of going home." She has "three fears" when she comes home for the new year: one is afraid of her parents' heart-to-heart talk, the second is afraid of greetings from relatives, and the third is afraid of classmates' reunion. Because no matter what, at the age of 28, she could not avoid being urged to marry in the end. During the seven-day holiday of the Spring Festival, Liu Xi is carefully guarding against her emotional situation becoming the center of the topic every day. As long as it is a gathering of people to chat, she will sneak away; actively participate in cooking, sanitation, playing mahjong, and keep.
Herself in a state of being unable to communicate; or use home health monitoring as an excuse to minimize visiting, gathering, walking Relatives and other New Year's greetings. Unfortunately, it all fell apart when my cousin, who was 6 years younger than him, showed up at the dinner party with his girlfriend. In the end, Liu Xi did not escape the "marriage urging" of a table of relatives: hurry up and bring a partner home. For a foreign "worker" like Liu Xi, urging marriage Phone Number List is a compulsory question for the Spring Festival. Anti-promotion marriage has become a compulsory course. To this end, they each come up with their own tricks.
Some people "learned" from Xiaohongshu and Douyin short videos, and learned a lot of "anti-customer-oriented" response skills; some people gathered together in the Douban group to warm up, and confided their troubles to strangers on the other end of the Internet; Create a circle of friends, forward news data to express their views on marriage and love; some people also set up a public account with old people's painting styles and young people's thoughts, and "Darkness Chencang" counters urging marriage. The traditional proposition between parents and children, marriage urging and anti-marriage urging, seems to have some new solutions in the Internet age. But how to bridge the gap between the two generations of marriage and love, young people are still looking for answers.