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  • Now, I'm no fan of parents instilling racial intolerance in their kids, but if "All Christians are bad" is the gold standard for telling whether a kid is being "radicalised," then I quake for all the Jewish kids I grew up with hearing things like "A shikker is a goy" (gentiles are drunks).

    Boing Boing

  • A drinker - a shikker - who either comes home with strange men or wakes up alone, hung over and apparently used.

    Helen Mirren on date rape.

  • He had guessed that he had been "on the shikker" that week he stayed away, but he took that as the ordinary thing done by ordinary men -- he himself was past "having a burst," he had no heart for it now; but no young man was any the worse for it if it didn't take hold of him.


  • Dr. Angus she knew that his ordinary code of convention could not let him disregard Louis as the others did, as being merely a rather weak, silly young man, who "went on the shikker" every month and made many varieties of a fool of himself.


  • He ain't _shikker_ yet, so I told him he should go over and fiddle a couple _czardas_ till you come, and to tell the boss you got a _Magenweh_ and would be a little late.

    Abe and Mawruss Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter

  • Awer, amen i foki jivdas buti wafodo muleno manush, kon dusherdas te lias witchaben atut sar i waveri deari manushia, te yuv kairedas lis sa's ta shikker lende sar adrom, te chivdas len avri o chone.

    The Gypsies

  • _shikker_, and he tells me yesterday he boards with a family on Second

    Abe and Mawruss Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter

  • "But I'm thinking it's just some shikker what's mad because our little lady's not doing the Dance of the Seven Veils.

    Skinny Legs and All


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