Animal noises belong in the category of Onomatopoeia, which are words that phonetically imitate the original sounds. From a linguistic point of view, the variability of interpretation from language to language is unsurprising, but the frequent diversity of these linguistic contrivances, at times far from even marginally reminding the listener of the actual sound, can be amusing to many people. The same hen does “kokodák” in Czech, “git-git-giddak” in Turkish, and “petok-petok” in Indonesian. And in English hens, never do anything apart from clucking. It is the man who speaks: “Cock-a-doodle-doo”. Next time you are asked by a child which animal does which sound, make sure you know the answer in the right language.
It hasn't been a long time since the Japanese made a statement by creating cubicle hotels. What seemed a little bizarre at that point in time seems to be a part of reality today, even for housing. Today, expensive and overcrowded cities around the world are coming to terms and making the obvious choice on keeping up with the growing costs. Tiny they may be but many find it worth it having ones own space than none at all.
Getting a corporate job is another tick in the box on the way to an adult life. Once you send out your perfectly polished resume, get ready for the offline part! Here you will need your charm, stress resilience, and preparedness!