Used to mean ‘nothing’ or ‘something of little value’, though literally translates as ‘beans’ or ‘goat droppings.'
Used in a sentence: He isn’t worth bupkis!
To offer unwanted advice.
Used in a sentence: Sharon just tried to convince to grow out my toenails. She is such a kibitzer!
Crazy or senseless behavior.
Used in a sentence: Sharon has now told me about her toenail fetish… I think she’s meshuga…
Used in a sentence: Gary is a noodge, he keeps asking me to do such annoying stuff, like pay him “rent”…
Basically, a person who is a pain in the neck.
Used in a sentence: Seriously. It's been three weeks and he still insists that I owe him money. Gary is the ultimate nudnick.
A clumsy, stupid, or unattractive person.
Used in a sentence: On our first date, I spilt a whole pint over him! I'm a schlub :(
A particularly gullible person.
Used in a sentence: "Did you know that the word schnook is written on the ceiling?"
Used in a sentence: Oliver and I had a shemozzle last night. [TIP: if you say that you and your partner had a shemozzle, it makes it sound a lot better]
To be pished, trollied, gazebo'd. (Drunk.)
Used in a sentence: After Kate brought out the sambucca shots, I was completely shickered.
A foolish or contemptible person.
Used in a sentence: Did you know that Neil eats toothpaste? What a schmendrick!
To ;) - if you know what we mean... (sex (as in, intercourse (to have sexual intercourse)))
Used in a sentence: Hey baby, let’s shtup it up in here!