A: There is a rumour going around that Mr. Smith will be our new Department Head.
B: What? I can't believe it, I must say.
A: Yes, he is so young and he always follows the crowd.
B: That means had or good for us?
A: Nobody knows.
follow the crowd
exp. To do what everyone else is doing. （隨聲附和，沒有主見）
e.g. I'm worried that my daughter will just follow the crowd at the party and end up doing things that she doesn't really want to do.
e.g. I am an independent thinker. I could never just follow the crowd.
e.g. When in doubt, I follow the crowd. At least I don't stand out like a fool.
e.g. You can do what you want to do, but never follow the crowd.
1. go around：（消息）流傳
e.g. There's a nasty sort of rumour going around about it.
e.g. The news went around like fire.Within half an hour it was all over the town.
2. be good for someone：對某人有好處
e.g. A bowl of hot chicken soup is good for you.
e.g. Outdoor sunlight is very good for the health.
e.g. Keep quiet about it if your know what's good for you.