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    many teens add the suffix “ski” to words. what is that supposed to mean??

    like bro”ski” or dude”ski”

    #740484

    Ski is a derivative of the word skila. In fact, skiing was invented by the Romans, who observed how someone was thrown over a cliff during skila.

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    tzvideer
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    i think the SK stands for the words “so kool”

    like my broski, my brother is so kool

    or doorski – its kool to go through the door.

    or icecremski – really kool ice cream.

    the “I” i am not really sure, i think it was an add-on by the chassidim who daven nusach ari……

    #740486

    seeallsides
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    it just cool speak-don’t sweat it – it will change by the time you get used to it- OKski?

    #740487

    Ettie
    Member

    I usually just hang out here without being vocal but I gotta say that if I could nominate a favorite thread this would be it.

    It’s funny, doesn’t talk about divorce or Starbucks, and doesn’t shun Jews who think they are shomer shabbos when we know they aren’t.

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    bpt
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    I thought this was a thread about skiing.

    PLease let me know if the discussion turns in this direction.

    #740489

    TheGoq
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    is this thread gonna b a launching pad for polock jokes?

    #740490

    s2021
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    goq- thats up to u.. whatchya got? i could use a laugh 🙂

    #740491

    TheGoq
    Participant

    no sorry s2021 i wont go there

    #740492

    ettie thank you

    bpt why would it be about skiing, its about the suffix “SKI” and what do pollack jokes have anything to do with this

    #740493

    bpt
    Participant

    its about the suffix “SKI”

    From the thread title, there was no way to know its about a “suffix”.. it just said “ski”

    Once I saw its about teen slang, I backed off. I have enough to deal with my family’s Brooklyn slang and Yeshiva shprach, I’m not looking for more words to introduce / uproot.

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