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do you know? – In Japan, public napping is an indication of arduous work….

In Japan, public napping is an indication of arduous work. It’s known as ‘inemuri,’ which implies ‘sleeping on responsibility’ or ‘sleeping whereas current.’ As a result of falling asleep in public is regarded as a symptom of working your self to exhaustion, it’s socially acceptable in eating places, shops, commuter trains, and on park benches- so long as you don’t sprawl out and take up an excessive amount of house. 

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