When the customer entered the shop to buy something, the boy quickly ran forward to kowtow and pay New Year’s greetings
Chinese New Year, I believe that many children have received a lot of red envelopes, children learn things very fast, in their subconscious, will think, as long as meet adults kowtow New Year, adults will give their own red envelopes.In fact, children’s cognition is wrong, only parents or other relatives, will give children red envelopes, strangers will not give them.But what if this happens?Recently, a netizen shared a video of a customer entering the store to buy something. Unexpectedly, a strange child ran over and knelt down and began to pay New Year’s greetings to the customer.On February 4, a middle-aged man in a green cotton coat entered a shop in Baotou, Inner Mongolia.This is a more elegant decoration of the shop, which filled with a variety of high-grade tobacco and alcohol, the man entered the door, looking around, is preparing to buy cigarettes and alcohol.Then suddenly out of the shop ran a 6-7 year old boy, the child wearing a red hoodie and black pants, the child quickly ran out, ran to the customer in front of the man, without another word, fell down on his knees, hands folded, began to pay New Year’s greetings.This sudden scene, the man to the whole meng, he looked at the little boy kneeling in front of him, at a loss, hands do not know how to put, can only ha Ha ha to embarrassed smile, help is not, do not help is not.Then he walked by the boy as calmly as if he could not see him. Thinking back, he thought it was not right, so he turned back and helped the boy to his feet.Netizens have commented that the child is used to asking for red envelopes during the Spring Festival and will pay New Year’s greetings whenever he sees adults.While some netizens said the man was probably having the best day of his life, another netizen, Fu Ping Life, countered that the most embarrassing day was almost the same.Netizen Xiaolu ah Xiaolu said that the child was completely confused by the customer eldest brother.There are also netizens said that it is not good to teach children in this way, and it is not good to form such a habit when meeting adults.In fact, children do so, is not necessarily taught by the big people, because the Chinese New Year, children used to pay New Year’s greetings, as long as kowtow to pay New Year’s greetings there are red envelopes to take, subconsciously to them caused a kind of illusion.Netizen Youran baby said, An ni also learned to pay New Year’s greetings this year, think as long as give kowtow, others will give red envelopes.However, careful Internet users found that the customer and the child look a bit similar, really like a man, some users joked that the child might think of his own father.Wood violet viewpoint if you go out to meet strange child kowtow New Year’s awkward situation how to deal with?Some people say, as can not see, directly walk past, such a practice will hurt the feelings of the child, do not give embarrassed, can not end.If really send red envelope to the child, and will feel non-relatives, do not know, their own red envelope, gratuitous money send red envelope, is not too injustice, that is not stupid big head?Wood purple suggestion is, how much to give the child a red envelope meaning, send a 10 yuan 20 yuan, since the child knelt down to kowtow New Year, send a small red envelope, is a psychological comfort to the child, I believe children will be happy.Some net friends said that you can buy a little gift or candy for the child, which is also desirable. In short, don’t sweep the child’s interest, let him kowtow in vain, did not receive any gift, the in the mind is certainly not the taste.Do not know whether the customer brother finally gave the child a red envelope, however, the child is very lovely, Chinese New Year to a lucky figure, figure a happy, should be appropriate to give children a little gift to express.Of course, parents have an obligation and responsibility to tell their children not to kowtow to others so casually, lest it lead to misunderstanding and embarrassment.