I assure you, Alex, you are never going to hear such a mishegoss
of mixed-up crap and disgusting nonsense as the Christian religion in your entire life.
The Jews!" He ends by calling Christianity "a mishegoss
of mixed-up crap and disgusting nonsense" (40).
then begins to be made when the poem charges this mishegoss
Ross Eckler reminds us in his 1985 talk (Word Ways, August 2008), but Yiddish has hundreds of terms for craziness ("mishegoss
") and even more for foolishness ("narrishkeit)).
Unmotivated and unemployed since graduating with honors in mathematics, Josh's embrace of something so arguably irrational as religion is viewed as mishegoss
by his father and opinionated grandfather, Dave (Merwin Goldsmith), with concern by his mother and with bemusement by his sister Tammy (Natasha Lyonne), a globe-trotting interpreter caught up in leftist causes.
He and his wife, Lisa, became fast friends with Bezucha, and the actor reports, "Most of the people we dealt with were great--even though we were just 20 miles away from some hotbed of Aryan mishegoss
Florida's electoral mishegoss
lends itself to the exploration of an issue that receives no attention in the media and yet underlies virtually everything its members do.
Their relevance, she says, "has to do with the mishegoss
going on in this world at this moment, when the supposedly civilized Western world has declared itself to be in some sort of state of peace." Then she adds somewhat mischievously, "And also, we're tired of watching television - it doesn't give us a buzz."