phrase; Following the stereotypical illusion that the average Jewish family practices financial acrimony on a daily basis, this theory is looked upon as striking an individual right where it hurts; alias, valuables are tarnished and/or removed from their original location, i.e., the owner.
Johnson: "She favored this Hello Kitty pillowcase as if it was the very thing that keeps her well in the morning. She woke up today and it was gone! I don't know what happened to it."

Samuel: "... Wow... she totally just got kicked in the jew."
by Auroral February 26, 2008
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