Thursday, July 22, 2010
Today we're heading back to Tampa, where the Yiddishologists at the Tampa Jewish Community Center are out in full force once again, this time trying to zero in on the best definition of the Yiddish word plotz.
You may recall our previous sessions with the Tampanese, as they volunteered definitions of shtupper, kenahora, ungapatchka, shlimazel, and shmegegge, tchotchke, halevai, and balabusta. Some of the clips are so funny, we could plotz from laughter. So thanks again, Tampa, for giving us some language lessons along with lots of fun.