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  • Two ladies were shopping. When they started to discuss their home lives, one said,两个女人逛商场的时候讨论起她们的家庭生活,一个说道:;Seems like all Alfred and I do is fight. I#39;ve been so upset that I#39;ve lost 20 pounds.;”好像在我和阿尔弗雷德之间就只有争吵了,搞得我心烦意乱,为此我已经瘦了20磅了。“;Why don#39;t you just leave him then?; asked her friend.”那你为什么不干脆离开他啊?“她朋友问道。;Oh! Not yet.; the first replied, ;I#39;d like to lose at least another fifteen pounds first.;”嗯!还不可以。“第一个女人回答,”我想先再瘦15磅再说。
  • Do you ever wander through the grocery store and end up spending more than you were budgeting for? Don#39;t beat yourself up over it — supermarkets actually have several different strategies to trick customers into blowing bucks. Be on the alert and watch out for the sneaky psychology tactics these stores will try to use on you.你有过在超市里逛来逛去,最后却发现买的比预计要多吗?对此你不用自责——事实上,超市为了诱导消费者买更多东西,有很多不同的策略。对这些超市试图用在你身上的心理学诡计,你可要保持警惕。1. 10 For 1. 10元钱买10样10 for sounds like a great deal. However, you#39;ll get the same savings even if you only buy one item, according to the New York Times. A grocery store survey recently found that people bought way more items when they see 10 for deals vs. five for and one for sales. Even if you aren#39;t buying 10 items, your mind will trick you into thinking that the item is such a great deal that you end up buying more of it.10元钱买10样听起来很合算,然而,据纽约时报报道,你就算只买一样也同样能省钱。最近一项针对百货店的调查发现,当人们看到“10元买10样”、“5元买5样”、“1元买一样”时,他们会买更多东西。即使你没有买十样,但你会想既然东西这么划算,那就多买一些好了。2. Growing Carts2. 变大的购物车No, you#39;re not shrinking; it#39;s the grocery carts that are growing. The larger the cart, the more likely you#39;ll end up spending more, so try to stick to a hand basket instead.不,不是你在缩小,是超市的购物车在变大。购物车越大,你就越有可能消费得更多,所以你还是拿手提篮子吧。3. Pre-Cut Vegetables and Fruits3. 事先切好的蔬菜和水果Pre-cut veggies look so attractive, with their colorful packaging and its promise of less work (no need to wash or chop!). However, they aren#39;t exactly a good deal. Consumer Reports found that pre-cut veggies and fruits can be a lot more expensive than the whole items. The team noted that a .50 six-ounce bag of shredded carrots costs about five times more than a similar amount of whole carrots.Not to mention, these pre-cut veggies and fruits go bad faster than their whole counterparts.事先切好的蔬菜看起来很诱人,有色鲜艳的包装,并且也省去我们不少功夫(不需要清洗和切了)。然而,他们却并不划算。消费者报告发现事先切好的蔬菜和水果要比未经处理的贵不少。该报告指出,一包1.5美元切好的6盎司胡萝卜比没切过的要贵5倍。更不用说这些处理好的蔬菜水果,比那些完整的坏得更快。4. Items at the Checkout Counter4. 收银台前的商品Ever wonder why all those magazines and yummy candy are crammed in the front of checkout counters? It#39;s one of the supermarket#39;s tricks to get you to succumb to last-minute purchases while you#39;re waiting in line.你有想过为什么这些杂志和美味的糖果都摆在收银台前卖吗?这是超市的诡计之一,当你排队等候时,还能抓住最后的机会让你买东西。5. Where Is Everything?5. 东西摆在哪?You think you have the layout of your local supermarket down pat when you find out they changed shelves again! The stores are actually doing it on purpose, because if you don#39;t know where the items are, you#39;ll end up spending more time in the store. More time to browse means more chances to tempt you into buying more items.当你认为对超市布局了如指掌时,他们又把货架换了地方!事实上,超市是有意这样做的,因为如果你不知道东西在哪儿,就要花更多时间在超市里找,找的时间越长,就越可能诱惑你买更多东西。 /201302/224920
  • Do you ever wander through the grocery store and end up spending more than you were budgeting for? Don#39;t beat yourself up over it — supermarkets actually have several different strategies to trick customers into blowing bucks. Be on the alert and watch out for the sneaky psychology tactics these stores will try to use on you.你有过在超市里逛来逛去,最后却发现买的比预计要多吗?对此你不用自责——事实上,超市为了诱导消费者买更多东西,有很多不同的策略。对这些超市试图用在你身上的心理学诡计,你可要保持警惕。1. 10 For 1. 10元钱买10样10 for sounds like a great deal. However, you#39;ll get the same savings even if you only buy one item, according to the New York Times. A grocery store survey recently found that people bought way more items when they see 10 for deals vs. five for and one for sales. Even if you aren#39;t buying 10 items, your mind will trick you into thinking that the item is such a great deal that you end up buying more of it.10元钱买10样听起来很合算,然而,据纽约时报报道,你就算只买一样也同样能省钱。最近一项针对百货店的调查发现,当人们看到“10元买10样”、“5元买5样”、“1元买一样”时,他们会买更多东西。即使你没有买十样,但你会想既然东西这么划算,那就多买一些好了。2. Growing Carts2. 变大的购物车No, you#39;re not shrinking; it#39;s the grocery carts that are growing. The larger the cart, the more likely you#39;ll end up spending more, so try to stick to a hand basket instead.不,不是你在缩小,是超市的购物车在变大。购物车越大,你就越有可能消费得更多,所以你还是拿手提篮子吧。3. Pre-Cut Vegetables and Fruits3. 事先切好的蔬菜和水果Pre-cut veggies look so attractive, with their colorful packaging and its promise of less work (no need to wash or chop!). However, they aren#39;t exactly a good deal. Consumer Reports found that pre-cut veggies and fruits can be a lot more expensive than the whole items. The team noted that a .50 six-ounce bag of shredded carrots costs about five times more than a similar amount of whole carrots.Not to mention, these pre-cut veggies and fruits go bad faster than their whole counterparts.事先切好的蔬菜看起来很诱人,有色鲜艳的包装,并且也省去我们不少功夫(不需要清洗和切了)。然而,他们却并不划算。消费者报告发现事先切好的蔬菜和水果要比未经处理的贵不少。该报告指出,一包1.5美元切好的6盎司胡萝卜比没切过的要贵5倍。更不用说这些处理好的蔬菜水果,比那些完整的坏得更快。4. Items at the Checkout Counter4. 收银台前的商品Ever wonder why all those magazines and yummy candy are crammed in the front of checkout counters? It#39;s one of the supermarket#39;s tricks to get you to succumb to last-minute purchases while you#39;re waiting in line.你有想过为什么这些杂志和美味的糖果都摆在收银台前卖吗?这是超市的诡计之一,当你排队等候时,还能抓住最后的机会让你买东西。5. Where Is Everything?5. 东西摆在哪?You think you have the layout of your local supermarket down pat when you find out they changed shelves again! The stores are actually doing it on purpose, because if you don#39;t know where the items are, you#39;ll end up spending more time in the store. More time to browse means more chances to tempt you into buying more items.当你认为对超市布局了如指掌时,他们又把货架换了地方!事实上,超市是有意这样做的,因为如果你不知道东西在哪儿,就要花更多时间在超市里找,找的时间越长,就越可能诱惑你买更多东西。 /201302/224920
  • It was the T-shirt seen round the world.一件T恤吸引了全世界的目光。In January, a candid photograph of Malia Obama, the older daughter of the president and first lady, dressed in a baggy white T-shirt imprinted with the distinctive logo of the Brooklyn rap collective Pro Era, showed up on the Internet — most notably on the Instagram account of Pro Era (where it has picked up more than 6,200 “likes”).今年1月,奥巴马总统和第一夫人的大女儿马莉娅·奥巴马(Malia Obama) 的一张偷拍照片出现在互联网上,最显眼的是出现在布鲁克林说唱组合Pro Era的Instagram账户上(得到了6200多个赞)。照片中的她穿着一件宽松的白色T恤,上面印着Pro Era的醒目logo。The response to that image, a far cry from the demurely dressed teenager seen in the officially sanctioned photos issued from the White House (always in the company of one of her parents and usually her younger sister, Sasha), was immediate.这张照片很快引起反响。它与白宫发布的官方照片中那位着装端庄的少女大相径庭(在官方照片中,她总是和萨拉[Sasha]以及爸爸或妈妈在一起)。It was quickly picked up by Refinery29, Gawker, Complex and New York magazine, while Fox News and other news-media outlets reported that the White House was investigating how that photo became public. (It’s been widely reported that the first lady has barred Sasha from social media and has restricted Malia to Facebook.)这张照片很快被Refinery29、Gawker、Complex和《纽约》(New York)杂志转发,而福克斯新闻(Fox News)等新闻媒体报道说,白宫在调查那张照片是如何曝光的(据广泛报道,第一夫人禁止萨拉使用社交媒体,限制马莉娅使用Facebook)。Not only was the T-shirt a striking departure from the ladylike J. Crew and Kate Spade dresses that the 17-year-old Malia typically wears to official events, but it also signaled that, after more than eight years in the public eye, in which she had grown from a somewhat shy polescent into a confident teenager, she is increasingly seen as a style icon for young women in her age group, one who occasionally takes the kind of fashion risks long associated with her mother.这不只是因为那件T恤与17岁的马莉娅在正式场合经常穿着的优雅端庄的J. Crew和Kate Spade连衣裙大不相同,而且因为它标志着,在公众视线中生活了八年多后,她已经从有点害羞的青春期前儿童成长为一位自信的少女,越来越被同龄年轻女子视为时尚偶像,偶尔,她也会在装方面冒险尝试,就像她的妈妈长期以来做的那样。“The Pro Era T-shirt is interesting because we rarely see her in an edgy way,” said Christene Barberich, Refinery29’s editor in chief. “It makes me wonder if she has yet to have her rebellious fashion phase. That’s generally when fashion influencer status starts.”“那件Pro EraT恤很有意思,因为我们很少见她穿得如此前卫,”Refinery29的主编克丽丝汀·巴巴里克(Christene Barberich)说,“我在想,她是不是还没经历装叛逆期。一般来说,时尚影响者的地位就是从那个时期开始的。”Even if she has not yet reached the “fashion influencer” stage cited by Ms. Barberich, who said she will be interested in seeing how Malia’s style evolves after her father leaves the White House, her clothing choices are now dissected closely on fashion sites like InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar and a popular Tumblr blog called “Malia Obama Is Gorgeous.”巴巴里克说,她很想知道奥巴马离开白宫后马莉娅的着装风格会如何变化。她说,即便马莉娅现在还没达到“时尚影响者”的高度,她的装选择也在被InStyle和Harper’s Bazaar等时尚网站以及一个名叫“马莉娅·奥巴马棒极了”(Malia Obama Is Gorgeous)的热门Tumblr客仔细分析。Her profile (and, with it, the reporting of sightings of her around New York this summer) has only been enhanced by her internship on the HBO series “Girls.” That followed both Malia and Sasha (along with the “Mad Men” actress Kiernan Shipka, the singer Lorde and the reality TV stars Kylie and Kendall Jenner) being named to the list of the “25 Most Influential Teens” by Time magazine last October.她在HBO电视剧《都市女孩》(Girls)剧组实习的事更增加了她的声望(今年夏天,出现了很多关于她在纽约各地现身的报道)。去年10月,马莉娅和萨拉(以及《广告狂人》[Mad Men]中的女演员基尔南·希普卡[Kiernan Shipka]、歌手洛德[Lorde]、真人秀明星凯莉和肯德尔·詹纳[Kylie and Kendall Jenner])入选《时代》(Time)杂志的“25位最具影响力青少年”榜单。Her moment now as New York’s most recent “it” girl “is all about timing,” said Kerry Pieri, digital director of fashion and features at Harper’s Bazaar, adding that Malia’s height (about 6 feet) and good looks don’t hurt.Harper’s Bazaar的时尚和特写数字总监克丽·皮埃里(Kerry Pieri)说,如今马莉娅成为纽约最新的“潮流女孩”(“it” girl)是“恰逢其时”。她补充说,马莉娅的个头(约6英尺,约合1.82米)和美貌也有所助益。And despite White House restrictions on which photos can be taken and published of the two Obama girls, clothing brands have certainly benefited from Malia’s sartorial choices. When a look is spotted, brands immediately send out news releases, or editors scramble to identify the lesser-known labels by scouring the Internet. (A spokeswoman for the first lady declined to comment on whether Malia uses a stylist.)虽然白宫对奥巴马两个女儿的照片拍摄和发布有所限制,但是装品牌肯定受益于马莉娅的选择。当一个造型曝光后,相关品牌会立即发布新闻,或者编辑们会赶紧在网上搜索,以确定那些不太出名的品牌(第一夫人的一位女发言人拒绝就马莉娅是否有造型师发表)。In June, when disembarking from the plane on an official trip to London, Malia stepped out in an Alice and Olivia blue with sunflower print shift dress (0) paired with Mary Janes. Stacey Bendet, founder of Alice and Olivia, noted that the dress nearly sold out after Malia’s appearance, but that “Flotus is still the queen” when it comes to rousing sales. Malia is still “a blossoming influencer,” Ms. Bendet added, albeit aly an “elegant one.”今年6月,在前往伦敦进行官方访问时,马莉娅穿着Alice and Olivia无袖直筒蓝底向日葵印花连衣裙(440美元)和玛丽珍鞋走出机舱。Alice and Olivia的创始人斯泰茜·本代特(Stacey Bendet)称,在马莉娅那个造型曝光后,那件连衣裙几乎脱销,不过在提升销量方面,“美国第一夫人依然首屈一指”。本代特补充说,马莉娅仍是“初露头角的时尚影响者”,虽然她已经“非常优雅”。On the multiday trip, though, Malia seemed to come into her own aesthetically (or at least seemed more willing to flaunt her choices). Despite the first lady’s parade of dresses by high-end British designers, “it was Malia who nearly stole the show with a series of simple, polished and pretty ensembles,” Vogue.com wrote.不过,在那次持续几天的旅行中,马莉娅似乎在审美方面已经成熟(或者说,至少更愿意展示自己的选择)。Vogue.com写道,虽然第一夫人展示了很多英国高端设计师设计的连衣裙,“但是马莉娅通过一系列简单、精致、漂亮的造型几乎抢尽风头”。For a visit to the British prime minister the next day, Malia donned a red lace sleeveless skater dress by Kate Spade (8) with a demure neckline and high-low hem, which was hailed by Teen Vogue as a “perfect summer dress.” While Deborah Lloyd, president and chief creative officer of Kate Spade, declined to provide sales numbers, she noted that Malia’s choices have an effect on the “style and shopping decisions of young women who wear our clothes,” particularly because her style is “aspirational and relatable.”第二天去拜访英国首相时,马莉娅穿的是Kate Spade红色无袖蕾丝溜冰裙(498美元),领口保守,裙摆较短,被《Teen Vogue》赞为“完美的夏季连衣裙”。虽然Kate Spade的总裁兼首席创意官德拉·劳埃德(Deborah Lloyd)拒绝提供销售数字,但她指出,马莉娅的选择对“穿我们装的年轻女子的造型和购物选择”产生了影响,尤其是因为她的风格“令人向往又容易实现”。(Ms. Pieri echoed the sentiment, pointing to Malia’s mix of accessible designers including Topshop, Asos and Elizabeth and James. “Unlike her contemporary Kylie Jenner, who opts for more high-fashion pieces, Malia dresses very much for her age,” Ms. Pieri said.)(皮埃里赞同这个观点,她指出,马莉娅选择了很多价格较为便宜的品牌,包括Topshop、Asos和Elizabeth and James。皮埃里说,“不像她的同龄人凯莉·詹纳,马莉娅不是选择更高端的装,而是选择适合她年龄的装。”)For all the style credit Malia is garnering, there’s still a sense that she is closely mirroring her trendsetting mother. Ms. Pieri noted that, like the first lady, Malia has a style that is often based on bold colors and patterns, but one that also makes her come across an “approachable teen.”尽管马莉娅获得了各种时尚赞誉,但她似乎是在紧密效仿自己不断创新的妈妈。皮埃里指出,和第一夫人一样,马莉娅的风格经常以大胆的色和图案为基础,不过仍给人以“可亲青少年”的印象。But she added that the internship at “Girls” had placed “her directly in the pop-culture zeitgeist.”不过,皮埃里指出,在《都市女孩》剧组实习让“她直接进入流行文化时代思潮的中心”。That was certainly the reaction of Sage Klapper, 22, who had been living in Manhattan for a month (she recently graduated from college and moved to the city for a marketing job) when she had what she called a “major moment” in July: a sighting of Malia with her mother and 14-year-old sister at the restaurant Otto Enoteca e Pizzeria.那无疑是22岁的塞奇·克拉佩尔(Sage Klapper)的反应。今年7月,在曼哈顿居住一个月后(前不久她刚大学毕业,搬到纽约从事市场营销工作),克拉佩尔经历了一个“重要时刻”:在Otto Enoteca e Pizzeria餐厅见到了马莉娅以及她的妈妈和14岁的。“It was so much bigger than seeing just any celebrity,” Ms. Klapper raved, adding that her group, which included her roommate and a couple of friends, felt the same way. They were first offered a table in the bar area, which they passed up for a chance to sit in the dining room where the Obamas were.“那比看见其他任何名人都更令人激动,”克拉佩尔热情称赞道。她补充说,跟她同行的人——包括室友和几个朋友——也是这种感觉。本来他们被领到酒吧区的一个桌子,他们没同意,这才有机会在餐厅区见到奥巴马妻女。Imagine their delight when the host walked them to a table right next to the first lady and her daughters. “This was just next level,” Ms. Klapper said. Up close, she made note of Malia’s chic top, although an attempt by her roommate to take a selfie with the Obamas in the background was immediately shut down by the Secret Service. (Ms. Klapper did manage to post a Facebook missive announcing her proximity to the first family.)想象一下领班把他们领到第一夫人和女儿们旁边那桌时他们的兴奋之情。“这真的是更高一个层次,”克拉佩尔说。她能近距离观看马莉娅时髦的上衣,虽然她的室友想以奥巴马妻女为背景拍一张自拍时,很快被特勤人员制止(不过克拉佩尔在Facebook上发了一个帖子,宣告自己近距离看见第一家庭)。“I actually wasn’t that interested in Malia’s fashion before,” Ms. Klapper said. “The internship at ‘Girls’ is what got my attention. It’s a racy kind of show. It’s really cool. I’m interested to see where Malia ends up.”“实际上,以前我对马莉娅的装并不是很感兴趣,”克拉佩尔而说,“她在《都市女孩》剧组实习引起了我的兴趣。那是一部辛辣的电视剧,真的很酷。我很想知道马莉娅最后会去做什么。” /201509/397251
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