Interesting things from the internet:

Dan Olsen’s masterful, mind-bending and eye-watering answer to the whut? question – just don’t try to watch it all at once:

I love it when someone else wonders what I do – and then bothers to find out – and then makes a video so I don’t have to.

Hiraeth (Welsh pronunciation: [hɪraɨ̯θ, hiːrai̯θ][1]) is a Welsh word for longing or nostalgia, an earnest longing or desire, or a sense of regret. The feeling of longing for a home that no longer exists or never was. A deep and irrational bond felt with a time, era, place or person. The Cornish and Breton equivalents are “hireth”[2] and “hiraezh”. It is associated with the German concept of sehnsucht or Portuguese saudade
― Wikipedia