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1. “What perfumes are you wearing?” “Aren’t your shoes Nike’s latest release?” “I like the Mickey bag you bought yesterday 。” “I hear the Jack & Jones store is on sale this week. Do you wanna come along?” Don’t feel surprised if you hear them coming out of the mouth of college students. It’s quite common to hear and see college students swapping information about the brands they like and the products they use. In fact, discussions about brand names have become one of the college students’ favourite pastimes. They learn about the latest fashion from each other, exchange tips about when and where to get the item, and buy it at their earliest convenience. “Keeping up with the Joneses” is their conviction – “If the Joneses have it, how could I have not?”

About this current mindset of the college students, many people may hasten to show their disapproval.

They’ll probably take it to be a reflection of the students’ vanity and superficiality. And they may lecture them on the virtue of being thrifty。

However, I beg to differ. For one thing, name-brand products are usually quality products. As such, they are something beautiful, endurable, and reliable. “The love of beauty is common to all,” goes the proverb; therefore, there’s nothing to blame about the pursuit of famous brands. For the other, college students are old enough to make their own decisions. Likewise, they must abide by the consequences if they make an ill-advised one. If they let their pursuit of brands eat into their budget for other more important issues, they should be able to correct their mistakes and keep everything in moderation. So this becomes no other than a good chance to learn management, isn’t it?

2.Nowadays many college students like to pursue famous brands. From clothes to mobile phones, even study articles like electronic dictionaries and pens, they are inclined to buy famous brands. Moreover, many students from poor families begin to follow this consumption trend as well. This phenomenon has aroused wide attention.

The following reasons can account for college students’ preference for famous brands. Above all, in many college students’ eyes, a famous brand is a symbol of sophistication and taste. They expect others to admire their high class and good taste. What’s more, in modern society, famous brands to some extent are equal to fashion, which has a great attraction to young college students. Besides, parents’ spoiling their children helps form their bad consumption habit.

As far as I am concerned, it is irrational for college students to pursue famous brands. After all, most of famous brands are far beyond their consumption ability. Besides, it is not famous brands but a person’s noble character that really makes him high class. Therefore, college students should attach more importance to cultivating a good character rather than pursuing famous brands

夜幕降临,世界被夜黑暗侵蚀没了白天的喧哗和光明,那些被压制的思念终于入洪水班涌入脑海,想停止这种无休止的思念,谁知却控制不了自己的心,只得由它放肆无忌惮的侵略我的那些薄弱的心理防线,我终于土崩瓦解,陷入那无法自拔的境地,

你的身影,你的话语,你的微笑,你的一切,一遍遍的在我的脑海中徘徊,而我懦弱的我只能躲在哪阴暗的角落哭泣,没有别的办法,爱情,是甜蜜的,但是更多的苦涩。为你改变这么多,有什么用那,开始懂了。逃避又能逃多久,让自己勇敢一点,伤就会少一点。可能我需要时间

我终究还是我,忘记了,应该很难,我不会强迫自己,一个人总要走陌生的路,看陌生的风景,听这陌生的歌,也许,在再那一个瞬间就会发现,本那么费尽心思想忘记的事情,真就那么这样,我们都幸福了,

有人曾说过一分钟,用一辈子去忘掉那么这么久了,爱着你自私的爱着你,可结局是我不懂得珍惜。恨着自己,如果可以选择,我宁愿没遇见你。

从哪里开始就从哪里结束,我想我们应该结束,这场任性的爱,是时候放弃,我想打扰你了,我会努力做到的,希望,你幸福,我依然爱你,我爱你很爱很爱。

我想有些事情是可以忘掉的,有些事情是可以心甘情愿的,有些事情一直无能为力,我爱你什么是爱,当懂得,,,

那些美丽的小鱼,它们睡觉的时候也是睁着眼睛,不需要爱情,亦不哭泣,它们是我的榜样,我想有些事情是可以分享的,但有些事只能自己哭着遗忘,

在这个虚伪的世界,面对虚伪的人,做着虚伪的事,虚伪自私的自己,只是怕自己受伤害,但是还是避免不了受到伤害,只有让自己伪装的无所谓,坚强,但是心中的那种痛没人体会到,只有自己懂,我想你也一样,在痛着,但是现在真的好难过,在这分难过我懂得有些事不是哭闹就可以回来,有些美好不是扯着不放就可以从来,好累好疲倦,只有欺骗自己你还在,,

每时每刻都带着厚重的面具。压得自己无法透气,伪装自己只是怕再次受伤害。但是有时还是躲避不了再次受伤害,。所以只能让自己伪装的无所谓,不在乎,但心中的那种纠结,别人体会不了,自有自己懂得。我想我会慢慢适应这种伪装,但是想在这的好疲倦但却那么无奈别无选择,只好如此,

寂静的世界,照进第一路阳光。也许以后会更好,有些东西以为太美。所以不能握在手心。有种情感

因为太真,搜易无法淡如清风,现在,我这的累了。困了,倦了。乏了,我想睡了,请让我一个人呆在自己的世界里。

请不要打扰我,让我一个人静静的去痛去爱,爱累了, 爱伤了, 等伤好了爱就结束了。