- n. Plural form of kishke.
“If Republicans can paint Obama as a Muslim or Muslim sympathizer, as an appeaser to Iran, as inexperienced on foreign policy, as insufficiently caring about Israel in his kishkes -- the Yiddish word for guts -- then they can peel off Jewish votes.”
“American Jews don't like Obama because they don't feel him in their kishkes.”
“The younger generation of non-Orthodox Jews is increasingly more likely to be distressed with Israeli policy toward the Palestinians, and therefore care less about either kishkes or popular perceptions of lack of support.”
“But it's a truism that can take us very far from the womb, and it's one that doesn't get me in the kishkes.”
““Their heads support a strong American role in helping Israel make peace with its neighbors, but their kishkes [guts] are uncomfortable with the idea of anyone ‘telling Israel what to do.’””
“Menachem and Fred is the kind of film that will grab you in the kishkes.”
“I had to look up kishkes and kugle which I thought was Yiddish for a kiss and a cuddle!”
“* - The chicken soup is a sure remedy for a hangover and kishkes applied to a foot together with feshnoggie make for great relief.”
“Suffolkbor have you never eaten kishkes or kugel in motorway caff?”
“How do the kishkes (as my grandmother would've called them) taste — and can they be consumed by the, er, faint of heart?”
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