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『短篇故事・2ch』向女友求婚后,才发现她根本不是我一直在交往的女孩?(下)

时间: 2017-10-4 分类: 向女友求婚后,才发现她根本不是我一直在交往的女孩? 作者: 涸欢

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语言:   大陆 港澳 台湾

引用元: http://vgperson.tumblr.com/post/23327484582/i-proposed-to-my-girlfriend-but-shed-been


 

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向女友求婚后,才发现她根本不是我一直在交往的女孩?(下)

I Proposed To My Girlfriend, But She’d Been Replaced

 

拿回表时,在理应写上她名字的那栏里,却赫然填着我从没见过的字眼。

「你不是叫花子吗?」

「你在说些什么啊?」

「我能肯定地告诉你,这个女孩绝对是花子,而且我也不认识什么叫伊丽莎白的女孩。」

「你自己都意识到不对劲了,还不去医院看看吗?」

 


 

>>1

So I came home rather drunk, and Elizabeth was in my room.

This wasn’t odd, since she has an extra key and it’s Saturday, but it surprised me a little.

I had gotten a call on my phone, but I didn’t notice until she told me.

I suppose the restaurant was too noisy for me to hear it.

结完账回到家,我已经有些醉了。伊丽莎白却正在房间里等我。

我们交换过彼此公寓的钥匙。互相拜访也算是周末的惯例,所以并不奇怪。

不过,我还是有点吓到了。

来之前她也给我打过电话。只是酒吧太吵,我没注意到手机。

 

She said she would’ve just gone home if I had been a little later.

She cleaned up my room, and set up a rice cooker for breakfast tomorrow.

What a good girl. I couldn’t believe she wasn’t Hanako Satoh.

她说,要是我回来得再迟点,就会错过了。

她帮我整理了房间,准备了明天的早饭;电饭煲里煮着粥,暖洋洋地冒着气泡。

真是个好女孩呢。她真的不是花子吗?

 

>>1

Drunkenly, I asked her.

借着醉意我发了问:

 

Me: “How long have we been dating, again?”

Liz: “You emailed me that earlier. What’s the deal?”

Me: “We started in our second year of college, right?”

Liz: “That’s right! So this Christmas, it’ll be exactly five years.”

Me: “And why did I start calling you “Chiwa”?“

Liz: “My friends called me that because I acted like a chihuahua.”

Me: “Was that it…?”

Liz: “Hence the name “Aigantei Chiwawa.”“

我:「我们到底…到底交往多久了?」

伊丽莎白:「你昨天也给我发了短信。到底怎么了啦?」

我:「我们二年级开始约会的,没错吧?」

伊丽莎白:「是啊!到今年圣诞节就整整五年了呢。」

我:「因为什么我开始叫你“吉娃娃”的?」

伊丽莎白:「我朋友都这么叫的说。她们说我就像吉娃娃一样www」

我:「不是从艺名…」

伊丽莎白:「起艺名“愛玩亭千輪々”也是这个原因啊。」

 

No inconsistency there… I think.

But then.

到这里为止都很普通,

接下来,

 

Me: “Oh, I went drinking with S (my friend) today.”

Liz: “Who’s that?”

Apparently, Elizabeth didn’t know my friend.

我:「对了,今天我和S去喝酒了。」

伊丽莎白:「S?那是谁呀?」

显然,伊丽莎白不认识S。

 

>>1

Me: “”Who’s that”? He was in the seminar with us!“

Liz: “Hmm… Don’t really remember him. Were you friends?”

Me: “I thought you hung out with him, too!”

Liz: “Really? Well, I hung out with the people in my circle more than the seminar people…”

我:「我们一起上过研讨会的。你不认识S?」

伊丽莎白:「嗯…真不记得了。你们是朋友呀?」

我:「我们一起出去玩过,你也在的。」

伊丽莎白:「真的吗?嗯…我倒是跟自己圈子的朋友玩得更多一点吧。研讨会的伙伴有一起出去玩过吗?」

 

I couldn’t say anything after that.

I thought she was just making excuses.

But there was still the alcohol, and I didn’t know how to continue the conversation.

So she went back home a while ago.

她大概是在找借口吧。

在酒精的作用下,我迷迷糊糊的。也不知道怎么把对话继续下去。

屋里的气氛显得尴尬,不久后她就回家了。

 

#2ch

This is getting eerie…

事情很奇怪…

 

#2ch

Try Googling Satoh and Elizabeth? You might find some new info.

>>1

I tried Googling their names earlier, but nothing useful.

Same for the nickname.

搜索一下“花子”和“伊丽莎白”怎么样?有帮助吗?

之前搜过,没什么有用的信息。我还搜索了 “吉娃娃”,也是一样。

 

>>1

Actually, I’m still kinda drunk.

Looking at the screen’s wearing me out…

I’ll go to bed for today. Thanks for listening, everyone.

看着屏幕,头越来越晕了。

我现在还醉得不轻,该去睡了。

谢谢你们听我报告。

 


时间流逝…

 

>>1

Good evening.

No progress, but I’ll post since people seem to want me to post once a day.

My nerves are progressing though, haha…

Being worn down day by day…

Starting to have hallucinations of Hanako Satoh…

晚上好。

没什么新消息。既然大家希望,我还是来报告了。

精神状态倒是变得越来越糟了…哈哈…

我甚至产生了看到花子的幻觉…

 

#2ch

My question is, does OP still want to marry Elizabeth?

Did he have feelings for Hanako or Elizabeth?

Of course, things may change, but I’m just asking the way it is now.

^^^ I do want to marry her. As long as this issue is resolved.

You ask which one I had feelings for, but I don’t know the girl in the photos, so…

It’s a matter of figuring out the situation, not a matter of feelings.

>>1,你还想和伊丽莎白结婚吗?你还爱着花子或伊丽莎白吗?

以后的事请说不准,我想知道你现在的想法。

只要这件事能解决,我确实想和她结婚。

你问我爱谁…可是照片里的女孩我都不认识啊…

 

#2ch

What kinds of hallucinations?

^^ I saw the girl from the pictures waving to me from a bus window.

什么样的幻觉?

那个照片上的女孩从巴士上向我招手。

 

#2ch

What’s your next objective?

I think you should determine as quickly as possible if Satoh and Elizabeth are the same person.

Your friend is one thing, but you should go to school and ask the seminar teachers and the club members.

You should find the truth if you search for it earnestly.

And you should really really really go to the hospital if you’re serious about hallucinating.

^ I’m looking for seminar members and such I can contact who might have our yearbook.

I’ve considered the school, but it’s hard to go, not knowing any of the club members.

接下来准备怎么办?我觉得,尽快确定伊丽莎白和花子是不是同一个人至关重要。

除了朋友之外,也可以询问研讨会和戏剧社的成员。认真调查肯定会找到蛛丝马迹。

最后,如果幻觉严重的话,你应该去趟医院。

嗯,我也在联系其他研讨会的成员,看看能否找到过去的相片。

也想过去学校,但我确实不认识戏剧社的人啊。

 

#2ch

I think Elizabeth is doing everything purposefully.

OP must be under hypnosis, or maybe being brainwashed.

Liz: “What’re you saying?”

She calmly lied because she detected the brainwashing wearing off.

The visit the other day was to check if he’d snapped out of it, too.

Elizabeth is no doubt looking into how to re-brainwash him.

>>1

Can I really be brainwashed or hypnotized without knowing about it?

伊丽莎白是有预谋地进行这一切。

>>1要不是被催眠了,就是被洗脑了。

“你在说些什么啊?”,对话发生的时候,

她意识到催眠的作用开始减退了,冷静地撒了谎;

上次唐突地去你家里,是想试探>>1有没有完全恢复。

毫无疑问,她正等着能将>>1再次彻底洗脑的机会。

真有可能在本人没意识的情形下做到这些吗?

 

#2ch

At any rate, I think OP should locate Hanako Satoh. Do you plan to?

^^ I’m curious, but… I’m scared, honestly.

无论如何,你都应该找到花子。你觉得呢?

我也想啊,但是…说实话,我很害怕。

 

#2ch

This is getting really horror-esque…

变成恐怖片的节奏了…

 

#2ch

Even if there are issues with OP’s memory, it seems either his friend or Elizabeth is lying.

How do you feel about that?

^ What would they be lying for, though?

Still, I am doubtful of a lot of things at the moment…

先不说>>1的记忆问题,

你的朋友和伊丽莎白,两者中一定有一个在说谎。

现在我什么都不敢相信了,

不过,他们说谎是为了什么呢?

 


时间流逝…

 

>>1

A whole lot happened today, so I’ll report.

I suppose staying chronological would be best, so I’ll start with yesterday.

今天发生了不少事。

从昨天停下的地方继续:

 

Last night, while posting, I got a call from my friend S.

“I need to talk to you, can we meet tomorrow?”

He told me to bring the photos, and while I didn’t know his intentions, I agreed.

I asked what he wanted to talk about, but he kept saying “I can’t explain it over the phone.”

昨晚我接到了朋友S的电话。

“有些事要告诉你,能再见上一面吗?”

我问他想要聊什么,他却一个劲地说电话里解释不清楚。

他还让我带上照片。虽然不明白意图,我还是照做了。

 

>>1

So, today.

I left work and went to the meeting place. Again, it was the pub.

I told them S’s name at the counter, and they led me to a separate room.

And there was someone else there in addition to S.

A girl from our seminar called N.

While I’m at it, my own initial is T.

然后是今天,

下班后我们见了面。地点还是在那家酒吧。

不过,这次S定了独立的包厢;意外的,房里还有新的面孔。

也是研讨会上的同学,N。

顺便一提,之后我会自称T。

 

N smiled. “Long time no see, T.”

We hadn’t met since graduation, so I replied “Sure has been.”

I didn’t understand why N was here.

We weren’t particularly good friends. I didn’t even know her number.

N笑着打了招呼,“好久不见了,T”。

毕业后就没和她见过了。

“是啊,好久不见”,我这么回复道。

可是N来干什么?我们并不是关系密切的朋友,连号码都没存过。

 

>>1

“So, what is it?” I asked S.

我:「那么,S你想说什么?」

 

S: “First of all, I’m sorry about the other day.”

Me: “Ah… Nah, it’s no problem. So did you tell N about things?”

S: “I did.”

Me: “…Well, okay. Don’t let it spread that I’m crazy or anything, though.”

N: “Don’t say that. He called me today because he thought I might help.”

S: 「首先,我得为之前的行为道歉。」

我: 「没关系。你把我的事都告诉N了?」

S: 「是。」

我: 「…好吧。不过别再告诉其他人了,他们肯定会以为我疯了。」

N: 「别这么说。也许我能帮上忙呢。」

 

I was silent, not really sure what she meant by “being helpful.”

不理解她的“帮忙”是什么意思,我沉默了。

 

N: “First, show me the photos you showed S.”

N:「嗯。先给我看看那些照片吧。」

 

>>1

I took the photos from my bag and gave them to N.

The ones with the girl I didn’t know (who S called Hanako Satoh).

N kept looking through the few photos over and over.

S and I silently watched her.

Finally, N looked up and toward S. “It’s like I thought.”

I didn’t get it. I was getting fed up.

“What the hell does that mean?”, I asked N.

我从包里拿出了照片,递给了N。就是那些有着我不认识的女孩(虽然S坚持说是花子)的照片。

N把照片在手中翻来覆去地端详。S和我都屏住了呼吸,盯着她的动作。

过了好久,N总算抬起了头。她看向S:“我没猜错吧。”

这算什么!我有点不耐烦了,向N丢出疑问:“这到底是怎么回事?”

 

N asked S, “Can I tell him?”

S silently nodded.

“我能告诉他吗?”,N问S。

S沉默着点了点头。

 

N told me:

“T. Have you ever heard of prosopagnosia?”

Me: “Yeah, I have.”

Because someone had explained it in the thread.

I looked it up on Wikipedia later.

N:「T,你听说过脸盲症吗?」

我:「嗯。」

之前帖子里有人提过,所以我去查了wiki。

 

Me: “But I don’t have that. I can tell faces apart.

I mean, I know what your face is like, N…”

I thought that N has just been brought to offer me superficial advice from what little she knew.

「但我绝对不是脸盲。我分辨得很清楚,也很明确你长什么样。N,…」

别装得什么都懂的样子,你的建议根本没用。

 

But N went on.

“You don’t, T. But S does.”

N打断了我的话,

「不是说你,T。是说S。」

 

#2ch

uh

huh?

呃…什么?

 

>>1

S: “Sorry… I didn’t want you to know, which is why I acted that way the other day.”

Me: “…Never heard that before. You should’ve just told me.”

S: “Well, I didn’t want rumor spreading that I was crazy, either.”

N: “Long before S was in college, he’s had some pretty bad experiences because of it.”

S:「抱歉…我不想让别人知道,所以…」

我:「这…你从没告诉过我。」

S:「我也不想让大家认为我不正常…」

N:「S在大学前,还因为这件事留下过心理阴影。你就体谅下他吧。」

 

N handed me the photos.

N: “So while S isn’t able to, I can tell that the girl in these photos isn’t Chiwa. It’s someone else.”

Me: “…So why did S tell me she was Chiwa?”

S: “I remembered those clothes. And that pendant.

Isn’t that the one you bought for Chiwa?”

Me: “…Maybe…”

N把照片还给了我。

N:「所以呢,就算S分辨不出来,我是知道的。照片上的女孩不是吉娃娃。」

我:「S,你为什么要撒谎?」

S:「我没有…我记得那件外套,还有你买给她的吊坠。当时你还找我参考呢,对不对?」

我:「…是有这么一回事…」

 

Since I didn’t have a distinction between Elizabeth and Hanako, it didn’t seem too odd that the girl in the photo was wearing that pendant.

Me: “Then what’s up with these photos?

Why is a girl I don’t know wearing that pendant I bought?”

N: “Maybe it’s a fake. Made in Photoshop or something.”

N all too casually presented the possibility. I didn’t say anything.

但是,如果我没分辨错伊丽莎白和吉娃娃的话,吊坠的事情不就很奇怪了吗?

我:「这很奇怪呀?不认识的女孩怎么会有我送吉娃娃的吊坠呢?」

N漫不经心给出的理由,竟使我震惊得说不出话来,

N:「照片是伪造的,被人修改过。」

 

Then N pulled something out of her own bag.

It was our yearbook.

N: “Look at this.”

说着,N从包里拿出了什么。

是我们的毕业照。

「看这儿。」

 

N flipped through the pages of the yearbook.

She turned to the page for our seminar and showed me.

There was a photo of the girl I had been calling “Elizabeth.”

Under it, it said “Hanako Satoh.”

照片正好停在研讨会的那一页。

那个日夜陪伴