安卓一派陪玩,点击下载~

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你会因为一派陪玩声音喜欢一个人吗?

如果你问我喜欢一个人的声音是什么感觉大概就是:

“耳朵会怀孕”

“他给我发的语音我能循环播放”

“他说什么我都心脏狂跳”

......


那声音仿佛一只手,轻轻挠着骚动的少女心。你的每一声准时的早安晚安,收到之后我都会独自看着那几个字发呆傻笑好久。


这世上总有一种声音会让你怦然心动,后来我们都找到了它。


从声音开始喜欢一个人,到自己小心翼翼的向他靠近,到喜欢上我们的爱情,到底需要多久。

雾就是其中幸运的那一个,因为一种特别的声音遇到了他的神仙爱情。男主叫雾入歧途;女主叫雾尽岐用,取个网名都充满着恋爱的酸臭味。


以下是雾的真实情感话术,以“雾”和“”简称。

上次我们讲到了

HispresentstateFannycouldhardlybeartothinkof.Therewasbutoneofhischildrenwhowasnotatthistimeasourceofmisery32tohim.Tom'scomplaintshadbeengreatlyheightenedbytheshockofhissister'sconduct,andhisrecoverysomuchthrownbackbyit,thatevenLadyBertramhadbeenstruckbythedifference,andallheralarmswereregularlysentofftoherhusband;andJulia'selopement,theadditionalblowwhichhadmethimonhisarrivalinLondon,thoughitsforcehadbeendeadenedatthemoment,must,sheknew,besorelyfelt.Shesawthatitwas.Hislettersexpressedhowmuchhedeplored33it.Underanycircumstancesitwouldhavebeenanunwelcomealliance;buttohaveitsoclandestinely34formed,andsuchaperiodchosenforitscompletion,placedJulia'sfeelingsinamostunfavourablelight,andseverely35aggravated36thefolly37ofherchoice.Hecalleditabadthing,doneintheworstmanner,andattheworsttime;andthoughJuliawasyetasmorepardonablethanMariaasfollythanvice,hecouldnotbutregardthestepshehadtakenasopeningtheworstprobabilitiesofaconclusionhereafterlikehersister's.Suchwashisopinionofthesetintowhichshehadthrownherself.Fannyfeltforhimmostacutely.HecouldhavenocomfortbutinEdmund.Everyotherchildmustberackinghisheart.Hisdispleasureagainstherselfshetrusted,reasoningdifferentlyfromMrs.Norris,wouldnowbedoneaway.Sheshouldbejustified38.Mr.Crawfordwouldhavefully39acquitted40herconductinrefusinghim;butthis,thoughmostmaterialtoherself,wouldbepoorconsolationtoSirThomas.Heruncle'sdispleasurewasterribletoher;butwhatcouldherjustification41orhergratitude42andattachment43doforhim?HisstaymustbeonEdmundalone.Shewasmistaken,however,insupposingthatEdmundgavehisfathernopresentpain.Itwasofamuchlesspoignant44naturethanwhattheothersexcited;butSirThomaswasconsideringhishappinessasverydeeplyinvolvedintheoffenceofhissisterandfriend;cutoffbyit,ashemustbe,fromthewomanwhomhehadbeenpursuingwithundoubtedattachmentandstrongprobabilityofsuccess;andwho,ineverythingbutthisdespicablebrother,wouldhavebeensoeligible45aconnexion.HewasawareofwhatEdmundmustbesufferingonhisownbehalf,inadditiontoalltherest,whentheywereintown:hehadseenorconjectured46hisfeelings;and,havingreasontothinkthatoneinterviewwithMissCrawfordhadtakenplace,fromwhichEdmundderived47onlyincreaseddistress,hadbeenasanxiousonthataccountasonotherstogethimoutoftown,andhadengagedhimintakingFannyhometoheraunt,withaviewtohisreliefandbenefit,nolessthantheirs.Fannywasnotinthesecretofheruncle'sfeelings,SirThomasnotinthesecretofMissCrawford'scharacter.Hadhebeenprivy48toherconversationwithhisson,hewouldnothavewishedhertobelongtohim,thoughhertwentythousandpoundshadbeenforty.ThatEdmundmustbeforeverdividedfromMissCrawforddidnotadmitofadoubtwithFanny;andyet,tillsheknewthathefeltthesame,herownconvictionwasinsufficient49.Shethoughthedid,butshewantedtobeassuredofit.Ifhewouldnowspeaktoherwiththeunreservewhichhadsometimesbeentoomuchforherbefore,itwouldbemostconsoling;butthatshefoundwasnottobe.Sheseldomsawhim:neveralone.Heprobablyavoidedbeingalonewithher.Whatwastobeinferred?Thathisjudgment50submittedtoallhisownpeculiar51andbittershareofthisfamilyaffliction,butthatitwastookeenlyfelttobeasubjectoftheslightestcommunication.Thismustbehisstate.Heyielded,butitwaswithagonieswhichdidnotadmitofspeech.Long,longwoulditbeereMissCrawford'snamepassedhislipsagain,orshecouldhopeforarenewal52ofsuchconfidential53intercourse54ashadbeen.Itwaslong.TheyreachedMansfieldonThursday,anditwasnottillSundayeveningthatEdmundbegantotalktoheronthesubject.SittingwithheronSundayevening--awetSundayevening--theverytimeofallotherswhen,ifafriendisathand,theheartmustbeopened,andeverythingtold;nooneelseintheroom,excepthismother,who,afterhearinganaffectingsermon,hadcriedherselftosleep,itwasimpossiblenottospeak;andso,withtheusualbeginnings,hardlytobetracedastowhatcamefirst,andtheusualdeclarationthatifshewouldlistentohimforafewminutes,heshouldbeverybrief,andcertainlynevertaxherkindnessinthesamewayagain;sheneednotfeararepetition;itwouldbeasubjectprohibitedentirely:heenteredupontheluxuryofrelatingcircumstancesandsensationsofthefirstinteresttohimself,tooneofwhoseaffectionatesympathyhewasquiteconvinced.HowFannylistened,withwhatcuriosityandconcern,whatpainandwhatdelight,howtheagitation55ofhisvoicewaswatched,andhowcarefullyherowneyeswerefixedonanyobjectbuthimself,maybeimagined.Theopeningwasalarming.HehadseenMissCrawford.Hehadbeeninvitedtoseeher.HehadreceivedanotefromLadyStornawaytobeghimtocall;andregardingitaswhatwasmeanttobethelast,lastinterviewoffriendship,andinvestingherwithallthefeelingsofshameandwretchednesswhichCrawford'ssisteroughttohaveknown,hehadgonetoherinsuchastateofmind,sosoftened56,sodevoted,asmadeitforafewmomentsimpossibletoFanny'sfearsthatitshouldbethelast.Butasheproceededinhisstory,thesefearswereover.Shehadmethim,hesaid,withaserious--certainlyaserious--evenanagitated57air;butbeforehehadbeenabletospeakoneintelligible58sentence,shehadintroducedthesubjectinamannerwhichheownedhadshockedhim."'Iheardyouwereintown,'saidshe;'Iwantedtoseeyou.Letustalkoverthissadbusiness.Whatcanequalthefollyofourtworelations?'Icouldnotanswer,butIbelievemylooksspoke59.Shefeltreproved.Sometimeshowquicktofeel!Withagraverlookandvoiceshethenadded,'IdonotmeantodefendHenryatyoursister'sexpense.'Soshebegan,buthowshewenton,Fanny,isnotfit,ishardlyfittoberepeatedtoyou.Icannotrecallallherwords.IwouldnotdwelluponthemifIcould.Theirsubstancewasgreatangeratthefollyofeach.Shereprobatedherbrother'sfollyinbeingdrawn60onbyawomanwhomhehadnevercaredfor,todowhatmustlosehimthewomanheadored;butstillmorethefollyofpoorMaria,insacrificingsuchasituation,plunging61intosuchdifficulties,undertheideaofbeingreallylovedbyamanwhohadlongagomadehisindifferenceclear.GuesswhatImusthavefelt.Tohearthewomanwhom--noharshernamethanfollygiven!Sovoluntarily,sofreely,socoollytocanvass62it!Noreluctance63,nohorror,nofeminine,shallIsay,nomodestloathings?Thisiswhattheworlddoes.Forwhere,Fanny,shallwefindawomanwhomnaturehadsorichlyendowed?Spoilt,spoilt!"Afteralittlereflection,hewentonwithasortofdesperatecalmness."Iwilltellyoueverything,andthenhavedoneforever.Shesawitonlyasfolly,andthatfollystampedonlybyexposure.Thewantofcommondiscretion,ofcaution:hisgoingdowntoRichmondforthewholetimeofherbeingatTwickenham;herputtingherselfinthepowerofaservant;itwasthedetection,inshort--oh,Fanny!itwasthedetection,nottheoffence,whichshereprobated.Itwastheimprudencewhichhadbroughtthingstoextremity64,andobligedherbrothertogiveupeverydearerplaninordertoflywithher."Hestopt."Andwhat,"saidFanny(believingherselfrequiredtospeak),"whatcouldyousay?""Nothing,nothingtobeunderstood.Iwaslikeamanstunned65.Shewenton,begantotalkofyou;yes,thenshebegantotalkofyou,regretting,aswellshemight,thelossofsucha--.Thereshespokeveryrationally.Butshehasalwaysdonejusticetoyou.'Hehasthrownaway,'saidshe,'suchawomanashewillneverseeagain.Shewouldhavefixedhim;shewouldhavemadehimhappyforever.'MydearestFanny,Iamgivingyou,Ihope,morepleasurethanpainbythisretrospect66ofwhatmighthavebeen--butwhatnevercanbenow.Youdonotwishmetobesilent?Ifyoudo,givemebutalook,aword,andIhavedone."Nolookorwordwasgiven."ThankGod,"saidhe."Wewerealldisposedtowonder,butitseemstohavebeenthemercifulappointmentofProvidence67thattheheartwhichknewnoguile68shouldnotsuffer.Shespokeofyouwithhighpraiseandwarmaffection;yet,evenhere,therewasalloy69,adashofevil;forinthemidstofitshecouldexclaim,'Whywouldnotshehavehim?Itisallherfault.Simplegirl!Ishallneverforgiveher.Hadsheacceptedhimassheought,theymightnowhavebeenonthepointofmarriage,andHenrywouldhavebeentoohappyandtoobusytowantanyotherobject.HewouldhavetakennopainstobeontermswithMrs.Rushworthagain.Itwouldhaveallendedinaregularstanding70flirtation71,inyearlymeetingsatSothertonandEveringham.'Couldyouhavebelieveditpossible?Butthecharmisbroken.Myeyesareopened.""Cruel!"saidFanny,"quitecruel.Atsuchamomenttogivewaytogaiety,tospeakwithlightness,andtoyou!Absolutecruelty.""Cruelty,doyoucallit?Wedifferthere.No,hersisnotacruelnature.Idonotconsiderherasmeaningtowoundmyfeelings.Theevilliesyetdeeper:inhertotalignorance,unsuspiciousnessoftherebeingsuchfeelings;inaperversion72ofmindwhichmadeitnaturaltohertotreatthesubjectasshedid.Shewasspeakingonlyasshehadbeenusedtohearothersspeak,assheimaginedeverybodyelsewouldspeak.Hersarenotfaultsoftemper.Shewouldnotvoluntarilygiveunnecessarypaintoanyone,andthoughImaydeceivemyself,Icannotbutthinkthatforme,formyfeelings,shewould--Hersarefaultsofprinciple,Fanny;ofblunteddelicacy73andacorrupted74,vitiatedmind.Perhapsitisbestforme,sinceitleavesmesolittletoregret.Notso,however.GladlywouldIsubmittoalltheincreasedpainoflosingher,ratherthanhavetothinkofherasIdo.Itoldherso.""Didyou?""Yes;whenIleftherItoldherso.""Howlongwereyoutogether?"


你会因为声音喜欢一个人吗?


在这世上总有一种声音吸引着你,那个声音不是最出色,不是最性感,不是最清冷,也不是最动人,但却是你的独一无二。


趁年轻,喜欢声音也好,喜欢人也罢,勇敢一点!


希望今后的日子里,多点一“听”钟情,然后勾搭到一起的故事。

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