Just a jewish phrase I like to use, usually signifying exasperation.
Much like other colloquial expressions, such as "smeg"(not really british, but based from a brit show anyhow, which is based off a clipped nasty term for something) or "bloody 'ell" that I've adopted from our British relatives.
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Characterized by excessive detachment from social relationships and a restricted range of expression of emotions in interpersonal settings.
Individuals with this disorder may have particular difficulty expressing anger, which contributes to the impression that they lack emotion.
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If a women thrashes her man in the middle of the street, the man is considered a sissy and everyone enjoys the fun.