- n. Plural form of kishka.
“Hey, he's called for an investigation and he is sponsoring not one but two bills that will rip the kishkas innards out of NPR.”
“In Yiddish, it's 'schlapping your kishkas [your insides] out'.”
“Oi Vay the day I met the man of my dreams I felt it in my kishkas.”
“In Yiddish, it's 'schlapping your kishkas your insides out'.”
“Amy's a great one for schlapping her kishkas - because every song is, like, heartbreak... sorrow... depression, he thumps out the words.”
“But if you're open, you can feel them in your kishkas (Yiddish for "gut").”
“Just when nature is blooming the gummint delivers a body blow to your kishkas.”
“I would say I was freezing my kishkas off, but I don't even have kishkas yet because, as I've been trying to tell you, I'm just a stem cell!”
“The cart tripped a switch; when the meteor supposedly hit, the platform would drop and rise three inches, fast, twisting while it did -- "enough," Mel said grimly, "to shake the damned _kishkas_ out of 'em!”
“Jewish voters "want to have a comfort level they want to believe in their kishkas, in their gut, that the person gets Israel, understands it, grasps why Israel is important to the United States.”
Looking for tweets for kishkas.