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A: That good-for-nothing. To mess things up like that.

B: Do you have to be so mean?

A: Mean? Compared to his mistake, calling him “good-for-nothing” is polite.

B: It’s the first time he did it, and he has no experience. Cut the guy some slack.

A:那個飯桶!居然給我搞出這麼大的紕漏!

B:你講話一定要這麼刻薄嗎?

A:我刻薄?跟他犯的錯比起來,罵他飯桶還算客氣了!

B:他也是第一次做沒經驗,情有可原嘛。

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