hitting the concrete
Good morning Marcus!
Can I ask a questions?
What kind of it plum rain?
Hi Yossi and thanks for the question. There are two answers.
Firstly, I used “plum rain” as a kind of metaphor – the raindrops are like plums 🙂 Secondly, I heard that there are two Japanese phrases for the rainy season – one is ‘tsuyu’ and the other is ‘baiyu,’ which literally means “plum rain,” because that is when the plums are ripening.
Good evening Marcus!
Thank you for the kind description.
As you say!
You’re most welcome, Yossi
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