20件在公共場合令情侶難堪的事 下
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11. Sexual innuendo1 or flirting2 
 
Double entendres, sexist comments, flirting with your friends, your granny, your boss – and the list goes on. 
 
12. Bad jokes 
 
Nothing creates a false smile quicker than someone who tells jokes that seriously aren't at all funny – and doesn't know when to admit defeat when the crowd aren't responding. 
 
13. Burping or worse
 
Done accidentally, it falls into the 'Emphatic3' embarrassment4 category. Done deliberately5, it's plain childish. 
 
14. Insensitive comments or behaviour 
 
Your best friend's just broken down in tears over the recent death of a parent, your partner interrupts your consoling to ask 'Can I have that last piece of chicken?' or tells your friend who's struggling to conceive to buy a cat. 
 
15. Desperately6 embarrassing dancing
 
Oh the shame, the shame. 
 
16. Openly criticising 
 
The husband who's always saying things like 'Really? Second helpings7?' or 'I think you'll find Zoe didn't quite understand your point there. What she really meant to say was....' 
 
17. Constant put-downs 
 
Some people think sarcastic8 put-downs are witty9 and if your partner's like it with everyone, it might not be directed at you. 
 
But if they treat everyone else with respect except for you, it's time for counselling. 
 
18. Being clumsy 
 
Some people are just clumsy (me), so really can't help spilling drinks all over everyone, smashing glasses on a regular basis, bumping into people carrying delicate things (all me). 
 
I don't have a leg to stand on here, so instantly forgive anything clumsy my partner does but appreciate it isn't easy taking a partner who's a walking time bomb to precarious10 places (like department stores). 
 
19. Repeating stories 
 
Everyone goes on a loop when they're drunk – which is fine if everyone else is as well. 
 
Not so forgivable if your partner's the only one who's been knocking back the sherry and everyone else is having to laugh at something they've now heard 65 times. 
 
20. Boasting 
 
Not a good look for anyone but particularly shaming when it's your partner blowing smoke up their own backside.


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1 innuendo vbXzE     
n.暗指,諷刺
參考例句:
  • The report was based on rumours,speculation,and innuendo.這份報告建立在謠言、臆斷和含沙射影的基礎之上。
  • Mark told by innuendo that the opposing team would lose the game.馬克暗諷地說敵隊會在比賽中輸掉。
2 flirting 59b9eafa5141c6045fb029234a60fdae     
v.調情,打情罵俏( flirt的現在分詞 )
參考例句:
  • Don't take her too seriously; she's only flirting with you. 別把她太當真,她只不過是在和你調情罷了。 來自《現代漢英綜合大詞典》
  • 'she's always flirting with that new fellow Tseng!" “她還同新來廠里那個姓曾的吊膀子! 來自子夜部分
3 emphatic 0P1zA     
adj.強調的,著重的;無可置疑的,明顯的
參考例句:
  • Their reply was too emphatic for anyone to doubt them.他們的回答很堅決,不容有任何人懷疑。
  • He was emphatic about the importance of being punctual.他強調嚴守時間的重要性。
4 embarrassment fj9z8     
n.尷尬;使人為難的人(事物);障礙;窘迫
參考例句:
  • She could have died away with embarrassment.她窘迫得要死。
  • Coughing at a concert can be a real embarrassment.在音樂會上咳嗽真會使人難堪。
5 deliberately Gulzvq     
adv.審慎地;蓄意地;故意地
參考例句:
  • The girl gave the show away deliberately.女孩故意泄露秘密。
  • They deliberately shifted off the argument.他們故意回避這個論點。
6 desperately cu7znp     
adv.極度渴望地,絕望地,孤注一擲地
參考例句:
  • He was desperately seeking a way to see her again.他正拼命想辦法再見她一面。
  • He longed desperately to be back at home.他非常渴望回家。
7 helpings 835bc3d1bf4c0bc59996bf878466084d     
n.(食物)的一份( helping的名詞復數 );幫助,支持
參考例句:
  • You greedy pig! You've already had two helpings! 你這個饞嘴!你已經吃了兩份了!
  • He had two helpings of pudding. 他吃了兩客布丁。 來自《現代漢英綜合大詞典》
8 sarcastic jCIzJ     
adj.譏諷的,諷刺的,嘲弄的
參考例句:
  • I squashed him with a sarcastic remark.我說了一句諷刺的話把他給鎮住了。
  • She poked fun at people's shortcomings with sarcastic remarks.她冷嘲熱諷地拿別人的缺點開玩笑。
9 witty GMmz0     
adj.機智的,風趣的
參考例句:
  • Her witty remarks added a little salt to the conversation.她的妙語使談話增添了一些風趣。
  • He scored a bull's-eye in their argument with that witty retort.在他們的辯論中他那一句機智的反駁擊中了要害。
10 precarious Lu5yV     
adj.不安定的,靠不住的;根據不足的
參考例句:
  • Our financial situation had become precarious.我們的財務狀況已變得不穩定了。
  • He earned a precarious living as an artist.作為一個藝術家,他過得是朝不保夕的生活。
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