Posted by: Yuri
We have four seasons here in Japan and now, autumn has come.
It's a very good season for everything such as sports, reading books and eating:)
(Not so hot, not so cold and harvest season.)
Especially, eggplants are really good taste in Autumn and we have one proverb.
"Don't give eggplants to your daughter-in-law in Autumn".
What do you think this meaning?
We have two construes.
One is that it's too good for your hateful daughter-in-low to give such a delicious eggplant.
...How mean she is!!
The second one is that it's not good for your dear daughter-in-law
because eggplants make cool her body.
...It makes sence:)
Anyway, I eat them♪
Posted by: Yuri (September 30, 2008 3:07 PM) | Permalink