Today, I bought milk that was best before a week ago. I still drank it, it was delicious.
Japanese Word of the Day is: ミルク
English Word of the Day is: Contraindication
Miruku is the Japanese word for milk. It's a transliteration, which means the sounds of the donor language are made to fit to the host language, and the meaning is kept the same. Milk!
Contraindication is a medical term used to mean 'it is not recommended you do that'. Contra meaning against, and indicate meaning indicate. "Drinking milk that has expired is contraindicated, but, you most likely won't die, Mr. Juan."
Miruku in a sentence: みどりミルクを飲んでみったらどうですか。
Why don't you try and see what this green milk is like?.
Well, that's about it for me today. Tell me in the comment section if you've ever forgotten to change the 'tell me in the comment section' section of your blog from the last day.