I'm rather poor
Today, I felt bad about how poor I am. I'm rather poor.
Japanese Word of the Day is: アルバイト
English Word of the Day is: Poverty
Arubaito is a loan word from german. Arbeit in german means work, but in japanese it means a part time job. Maybe there is some historical significance to the german word for work meaning a part time job in Japanese. Maybe it's dutch? Maybe Juan should have done more research before going balls deep into his post. All I know is that I want a job.
Poverty means below the income threshold, unable to supply the basic necessities for survival. There is a difference between being poor and poverty, however, one which we must all understand, and I will explain now.
Arubaito in a sentence: アルイバイトがなかったら、お客さまの金玉が死ぬ。
If you don't have a part time job, your ball will die.
Well, that's about it for me today. Tell me in the comment section if your balls have ever died!