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  小时候你是不是特别喜爱吃甜食快餐喜爱在朋友家过夜但长大后却不再喜爱?许多网友也是这么想的。他们还列出了其他许多小时候喜爱但长大后却想远离的东西。   Enjoying things? Ha! That's for kids.   A viral thread is polling the online community for the things they "loved as a kid but hate as an adult," and the responses are turning up all sorts of foods and experiences that most grown-ups are glad to leave behind.   Not surprisingly, thousands of users agreed that receiving mail — of both the snail1 and electronic kind — did not hold the same excitement as it did for the younger selves, largely thanks to the amount of junk mail and spam that currently fills most inboxes.   "It used to be all exciting gift cards, presents, cool magazine subscriptions2 and nice letters from family members and friends. Now it's 99% bills and solicitors," one user wrote.   "But how else will you know when your car's warranty3 is about to expire?" another joked.   Another once-exciting concept that no one seems to enjoy? Spending the night at a friend's house.   "Even if it's 2 am, I always choose to pay for the 47-minute Uber ride home so I can sleep in my own bed and wake up in my own house!" reads one popular comment.   "Cannot agree more," wrote another. "Just got back from a five-night vacation and all I want in the world is my own toilet and my own bed."   Plenty of foods — namely, junk foods — also got name-checked in the thread, including gelatin desserts, candy corn, excessive amounts of frosting, canned pasta, buffet-type restaurants and fast-food.   "Used to love [fast food] because my parents only allowed me to have it when we were on vacation so it was like a treat for me," wrote one user. "As an adult, their home cooked food is the treat now."   In addition to mail, sleepovers and junky eats, Reddit's community offered hundreds of other examples of things they now hate, despite loving them as children. But the most interesting example of all, perhaps, was the concept of children themselves.   "Other kids," wrote one user, who apparently4 can't stand children at the present moment.
1 snail      n.蜗牛 参阅例句:
  • Snail is a small plant-eating creature with a soft body.蜗牛是一种软体草食动物。
  • Time moved at a snail's pace before the holidays.放假前的时刻过得很慢。
2 subscriptions      n.(报刊等的)订阅费( subscription的名词复数 );捐款;(沙龙的)会员费;捐助 参阅例句:
  • Subscriptions to these magazines can be paid in at the post office. 这些杂志的订阅费能够在邮局交纳。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Payment of subscriptions should be made to the club secretary. 会费应交给沙龙秘书。 来自《简明英汉词典》
3 warranty      n.担保书,证书,保单 参阅例句:
  • This warranty is good for one year after the date of the purchase of the product.本保证书自置办此产品之日起有效期为一年。
  • As your guarantor,we have signed a warranty to the bank.作为你们的担保人,咱们现已向银行开出了担保书。
4 apparently      adv.明显地;表面上,好像 参阅例句:
  • An apparently blind alley leads suddenly into an open space.穷途末路,恍然大悟。
  • He was apparently much surprised at the news.他对那个音讯明显感到非常惊异。

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