Have we got a collection of characters for you this time...
We have the fringe elements, including the good, bad and ugly.
There's a husband and wife team that refuse to budge and a demure young lady that has a nicotine problem.
Unfortunately it goes downhill from there...Memorable...and it all rhymes!
The Kish Mir In Yiddish! podcast is hosted by Schloymeh D'Voyle. Available anywhere you listen to podcasts, and at TheYiddishPodcast.com
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Kish Mir In Yiddish!, or "the Yiddish podcast" as my friends call it, is a labor of love. The overall concept and poetry are Sol Awend creations. (Schloymeh D'Voyle)
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Find out why the number 4 is important to us Yiddlac’h...Listen to an original poem, never heard before. It involves the Blind leading the Deaf. Makes one wonder... On FB: https://www.facebook.com/KishMirinYiddish Share with your friends - https://theyiddishpodcast.com Credits: Music by https://tinyurl.com/AlexGrohlMusic Niche Podcast Network: https://nichepodcast.net ...
When times are bad, and you can't even pay attention, think of our friend C'hamel. Hasn't had the best of luck growing up, or staying alive. Finally gets a dog, and that's a challenge, given he can't see or hear, and has a limp. Not to mention he has no teeth. And if the dog is in bad shape, wait until you hear about the car. But if things end well, that's the most important. Sit back, enjoy and Geb ah Laac'h! (Give a laugh!) T'zin Geh-zint! (to one's health)! ...
We deal with the Holiday known as SIKKIS, occurring on the heels of Yom Kippur. You learn about one of the hardest words in the Yiddish language to pronounce. It ends with a wonderful poem about the Yiddish language in general. It meanders. Follow along with the happenings of Kish Mir in Yiddish at: https://www.facebook.com/KishMirinYiddish https://www.facebook.com/groups/406164584451364 ...