It has been said in humor that you now have the doer, the schlemiel, as well as the person done unto, the schlemazel. The particular Yiddish words often used to describe the practical joker and the innocent receivers to whom practical jokes happen. In related, Aramaic cultures, most notably the Lebanese, Syrian, Assyrian, and Chaldean ancestors, in humor, the schlemiel is a "deeb," a sly wolf with a plan, and also the schlemazel can be a "dib" or unaware and innocent bear who is on the receiving end of the gag. French Montana Unforgettable ft. Swae Lee Mp3 Download Is it doesn't schlimazel or dib whose payoff is inside inciting anger, annoyance, or frustration over schlemiel or deeb, the victim, the stooge, the one that is done unto.
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