31 August, 2013

Eleven Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures, by Ella Frances Sanders

Eleven Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures, by Ella Frances Sanders

1 comment:

  1. Or the English, rather Canadian word, that describes the deposit of hardened, blackened snow that forms in the wheel wells of cars - fenderburgs.

    As for today.

    "The rest from labor is not to be understood as mere giving way to idleness; much less must it be an occasion for spending money and for vicious indulgence, as many would have it to be; but it should be rest from labor, hallowed by religion." Except for the ultimate phrase, I agree. Happy Labour day.

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