The experts keep telling us that socialising is one of the two most important things we can do to ward off dementia.
So how come, if that's true, that when I'm in social situations I so often hear my brain cells sobbing with boredom as they commit suicide by throwing themselves off some towering mental cliff.
Just tell me that, okay?
Now I'm going to go for a nice long interesting walk.
It's supposed to ward off dementia, you know.
Photo by Gambitek at Polish Wikipedia
Thing To Do Today, Possibly, If It Helps: socialise. This word comes from the Latin sociābilis, from sociāre to unite, from socius, an associate.