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A Jewish comedian once tried to explain the difference between the Yiddish words shlemiel and shlimazel. “A waiter who spills a bowl of soup is a shlemiel,” he said. “The guy it lands on is the shlimazel.” If you look at the word for the unlucky sap, you will see it contains the word “mazel”. […]
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