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9 thoughts on “She’s still unusual

  1. Bupkis

    So, bubula, while you’re kvetching about the shiksa’s use of maven, maybe you could enlighten the rest of the goyim about its proper meaning, nu? Where is Steve Samuels when you need him.

  2. shadmarsh

    Di greste narishkayt fun a nar iz az er meynt az er is klug.

  3. JonathanBarnard

    However, der vos farshteyt zayn narishkayt iz a kluger mensch

  4. Bupkis

    Vay iz mir, how can a yenta also be a shaygetz? Who’s the yenta? Who’s the shaygetz, boychik?

  5. JonathanBarnard

    Oy vey, Bupkis. First of all, I said I was farmisht. Secondly, a shegetz can be a yenta. (You’re the one that’s fartumit about that.) And thirdly, I think you’re verging on insulting the transgender community, pisher.

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