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- n. (Yiddish) baloney; hot air; nonsense
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He lives in a fancy white house and he is a big shmegegge.
The way he held Larry and Hank in check and still managed to produce a show helped make Larry Sanders a comedic psychodrama rather than just another sitcom about the trials and travails of a shmegegge and a schmuck.
We Indians vividly remember the years that the Islamic Mughals and Mongols and later, the British ruled over us - all because we were still fixated on horse chariots and elephant cavalry while the Mughals and British had access to much better technology. shmendrick peddling shmegegge to pander to shtunks ... couldn't resist.
Upon further research, it doesn't surprise me to find out shmegegge is from the New York area.
Your position shmegegge reinterprets all this to mean withholding judgement on racism.
Who is number 1? posted by cortex at 4: 48 PM PST on September 21 [!] squirrel and shmegegge, when y'all turn 18 I might let yall pay me to take turns sucking my toe till I sneeze.