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The second line should read un mayn pupik vert mir kalt.
I like my pupik* the way it is, and I'm not about to change it by "foreskin restoration techniques," non-surgical or otherwise.
In water no higher than his pupik, he came up thrashing, struggling back up the beach on skinny white legs. â€œI nearly drowned, â€ he said, very exhilarated.
Yiddish expressions -- Gazagen zuch (Go saw yourself in half), Folg mich a gang un gai in drerd (Do me a favor and drop dead), Zol dir vaksen tzibbeles fun pupik (Onions should grow from your navel) -- which my husband can be heard repeating at card games and parties.
Okay, maybe you fooled Senta Cless, but WE know who’s been naughty ot noce and who should have an onion growing in their pupik!!
“Good-bye, puppy,” she calls to me, not meaning that I’m a little dog but offering an affectionate form of Yiddish for belly button, pupik.
You could end up back in the ice, frozen up to your pupik until, well, until Hell freezes over. "
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