Dessert is on you.
Today, I woke up and it was Saint Valentines day. Naturally, the responsible thing to do is to go ahead and talk about White Day in Japan and Korea, what it is and how it came about. Fuck that. Today, we talk about.
Japanese Word of the Day is:
English Word of the Day is: Solitude
Arukidasu is a combination of two verbs, aruku and dasu. It means to step out for a walk. It seems particularly poetic to me as, like in English, the more complex language is more delicate than the plain. It's very nice. Trust me.
Solitude means utterly alone. Solitude, and solitary have punitive connotations to them, as in, solitary confinement, and, he was left alone in solitude. Being alone sucks, as people are social by nature. It is interesting that today, and other holidays where the media stresses the natural call to camaraderie, that is is most stingingly bitter to be so hopelessly alone...
Arukidasu in a sentence:
Tonight, I intend to step out for a bit with a pretty young thing.*
*I may be lying.
Well, that's about it for me today. Tell me in the comment section if you're alone or not today.