Tsundoku - I wonder if there is a word needing a pile of unread books or you get nervous you'll run out of reading material.

Tsundoku - I wonder if there is a word needing a pile of unread books or you get nervous you'll run out of reading material.

The Japanese practice of Inemuri implies “to be asleep, but present”. There are rules for practicing inemuri. The foremost rule is that the person has to stay upright and desist from lounging in order to show that he is still present or ‘socially engaged’ while sleeping. Not everyone can indulge in inemuri, the individuals have to occupy a high rank in the company or may be at the lower end but surely the middle management staff have to miss out on the luxury of inemuri.

word-stuck: “ Unwritten rules apply to inemuri 居眠り, including those who is allowed to do it (only those high up or low down in a company) and how it is performed (the person is supposed to remain.

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in a confused or jumbled mass, crowd, manner, etc.: The crowd rushed pell-mell into the store when the doors opened.

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