Recently, my mind has been murmuring, telling myself to take off the old clothes of Kong Yiji. Perhaps this is a manifestation of conforming to the professional circle and mainstream media trends. The experts also say that it's not inappropriate for young college students to deliver takeout or work as laborers. But in fact, the outrageously high housing prices and middle-aged male anxiety are not because we don't want to, but because we can't.
Clearly, as society develops better and better, people seem to be becoming less and less happy.
Young people do not not want to take off their clothes, but once they do, it's like Xiangzi the camel. Everyone hesitates between striving and lying flat, between undressing and putting on clothes, but in reality, there are not only these two choices.
Xiangzi the camel, in his life, longed for a car. But in the end, he sold the car just to hold a funeral for Huzi.
Young people, with dreams in their hearts, only wish to have a house, but fate leads them to Rongchuang.
But I dare not stop paying, because we have a child now.
Many people say that it may affect the child's future education and civil service exams. I don't want to influence my child's future because of me.
I don't know how to tell the newcomers to look forward, there is no road ahead.
I can't let them look back either, because there is a group of turtle eggs behind.