Waiting in a long line to sign in at the Ginkgo Cafe, only to be cheated?
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In recent years, with the popularity of social software such as Little Red Book, more and more people have been able to "recommend" each other on the Internet. for example, in posts about coffee shops, factors such as beautiful environment and lovely products have been successfully "recommended" by netizens. However, after years of surfing, people have learned a lot about the discrepancy between the pictures and the real thing.
November is already the last part of autumn, and netizens are looking for a good place to enjoy the autumn. On social platforms, many of the notes are related to a coffee shop in Lujiazui, Shanghai, where ginkgo leaves fall when the autumn wind rises, and the coffee shop is covered with golden leaves. This scene caused many netizens to like the collection and set off to sign in one after another.
However! When I went to the scene, I found that "the stories in fairy tales are all lies"! Some netizens complained in a post that not only the actual natural environment is quite different from that in the picture, but also that there are people everywhere with a very poor sense of experience. "they were cheated again, the leaves were not much yellow, they were not large, and there were so many people that they had to wait in line."
From the comparison of the pictures posted by netizens, the location in the net map is not only covered with golden leaves, but also the leaves on the trees are yellow. The sun shines down, and customers sit and enjoy afternoon tea, which is very Korean as a whole. But when we look at the reality, we can see that it is still green in summer, and there is no sight of autumn at all. there are so many tourists that they can only find open space and have no sense of atmosphere.
Filters are harmful, in response, netizens in the comment area have called "photo fraud", "can you call the police ah fraud"this is the case every time, buyers and sellers are seriously inconsistent with home shows."
A blogger called a spade a spade, "revealing the secret": only when there is a filter can there be traffic. "after all, it is impossible to wait until the leaves are really yellow and then publicize them and send them out early for everyone to go first, so that businesses can make money."
Another netizen said: "there are more people than trees, and more beautiful girls and boys take pictures than fallen leaves." Did not expect that for a few yellow leaves, but also long queues, just to buy a cup of coffee after looking for an angle to shoot beautiful photos. Some people will be puzzled, the environment is simple, the coffee is ordinary, what on earth is the reason for waiting in line? Another netizen gave the answer succinctly and succinctly: the main thing is to take pictures and clock in!
When it comes to clocking in, I have to admit that this has become the "driving force" or even the only attraction for some consumers to go to the coffee shop. When they go to the scene to find that they have been cheated, they expect to fight back, leaving a cavity of dissatisfaction.
In response to the "photo fraud" question raised by the blogger, some netizens said that the ginkgo leaves turned yellow in batches, the first wave was over, and the next more violent wave would have to wait until the cold weather, while most of the ginkgo biloba in Shanghai were yellow in the second wave. bloggers may just miss the short first defoliation period.
Some people in the comment area also posted pictures, confirming the claim that there were fallen leaves a few days ago, and the side shows that the scene is not completely "cheating." Some netizens think that making a film depends on hard work, even if the scene is not as good-looking as a picture posted by netizens, but you can always make a film from an angle.
The time to go is different, and the scenery you see is different, so you will inevitably feel lost because of the big gap. It seems that if you want to know whether a coffee shop is a "photo scam" or as moving as a photo, you have to find out for yourself if you don't trust netizens' sharing too easily.
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