What's A Schmuck / Kosher Baseball

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ISBN: 9781604149425 Géneros: 12:WH:Humour;12:WHX:Humour collections & anthologiesSinopsis: Oddly, schmuck is a German word. An adjective meaning &ldquo,attractive,&rdquo, or a noun meaning a piece of jewelry. But the Yiddish or Jewish use of the word means almost the opposite. It is a word meaning penis or prick, but is frequently used to indicate an obnoxious or contemptible person. I got interested in the word myself from a Yiddish buddy of mine, who admired Mel Brooks the actor and movie producer-director. My Jewish friend is a rare blend of humorist and intellect &mdash, Barry Hyman &mdash, a tall, well-built former professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington. Barry keeps me laughing &mdash, a truly therapeutic experience. Barry and I used to toss the baseball back and forth and then sit and chat for long moments. On one occasion, he presented me with a paper oddly titled &ldquo,Save the word Schmuck&rdquo, and written by Mel Brooks. After his movie Blazing Saddles, I had come to admire , Mel as a premier humorist. My interest in the word lingered, and led me to think about situations where the word would surface in a social environment, during verbal encounters. &ldquo,A real schmuck, such a schmuck already, that guy doesn&rsquo,t know diddly shit &mdash, a total schmuck,&rdquo, are some examples. To try and put things into perspective, trying to &ldquo,describe&rdquo, the word schmuck is like trying to portray or depict a sunset or a rainbow while getting soused during your grandson&rsquo,s Bar Mitzvah. So, anyway, read on my noble friend. I hope you enjoy and may your days be merry as you encounter many schmucks._,

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Autor:
Milton Bolzendahl
Número de páginas:
84
Editorial:
Fideli Publishing Inc
Idioma:
eng
Tipo:
BestSeller
Sinopsis:
ISBN: 9781604149425 Géneros: 12:WH:Humour;12:WHX:Humour collections & anthologiesSinopsis: Oddly, schmuck is a German word. An adjective meaning &ldquo,attractive,&rdquo, or a noun meaning a piece of jewelry. But the Yiddish or Jewish use of the word means almost the opposite. It is a word meaning penis or prick, but is frequently used to indicate an obnoxious or contemptible person. I got interested in the word myself from a Yiddish buddy of mine, who admired Mel Brooks the actor and movie producer-director. My Jewish friend is a rare blend of humorist and intellect &mdash, Barry Hyman &mdash, a tall, well-built former professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington. Barry keeps me laughing &mdash, a truly therapeutic experience. Barry and I used to toss the baseball back and forth and then sit and chat for long moments. On one occasion, he presented me with a paper oddly titled &ldquo,Save the word Schmuck&rdquo, and written by Mel Brooks. After his movie Blazing Saddles, I had come to admire&nbsp, Mel as a premier humorist. My interest in the word lingered, and led me to think about situations where the word would surface in a social environment, during verbal encounters. &ldquo,A real schmuck, such a schmuck already, that guy doesn&rsquo,t know diddly shit &mdash, a total schmuck,&rdquo, are some examples. To try and put things into perspective, trying to &ldquo,describe&rdquo, the word schmuck is like trying to portray or depict a sunset or a rainbow while getting soused during your grandson&rsquo,s Bar Mitzvah. So, anyway, read on my noble friend. I hope you enjoy and may your days be merry as you encounter many schmucks._,
Formato encuadernación:
Tapa Blanda
Fecha de lanzamiento:
2016-10-20T00:00:00.000+02:00
Titulo:
What's a Schmuck / Kosher Baseball

DATOS GENERALES

Marca:
Fideli Publishing Inc
Argumento Comercial:
30102
Medida alto (cm):
28

CARACTERÍSTICAS FÍSICAS

Peso (kg):
0.285

FUNDAS

Medida largo (cm):
28
Medida ancho (cm):
21.6

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