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Old, undefined Yiddish expression popularized by Mike Myers' character "Linda Richman" on Saturday Night Live in the 1990's. For those not
in the know, the Yiddish language is a combination of German and Hebrew dialects developed between the ninth and 12th centuries and was commonly used by Eastern European immigrants in the United States in the early part of the 20th Century, but has been considered a dying language. For those also not in the know, Mike Myers based the character "Linda Richman" on his real life mother-in-law of the same name.
"Pawl Baldwin is still sick, poo poo poo. He's got schpilkis of the genectagezoink."
by Doug E. Doug May 21, 2005
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greatest, tightest pussy you've ever had in your life. Never get sick of it. The beginning and end of all pleasure on earth. Gay guys, you wouldn't understand.
Damn, Jody's pussy is the be-all, end-all. Kara's was uber-tight, but I couldn't get it in all the way, so I'll never know what it feels like. My loss.

by Doug E. Doug April 22, 2008
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Let's REDEFINE this one, shall we? The accepted English defintion is: "A structure, configuration, or pattern of physical, biological, or psychological phenomena so integrated as to constitute a functional unit with properties not derivable by summation of its parts". This is adequate, however, let's also define the word historically as well. It is really a German word, literally meaning "form", defined as an organized whole in experience. The Gestalt psychologists, in about 1912, advanced the theory which explains psychological phenomena by their relationships to total forms rather than their parts. Also, this word has become useful for discussing musical terms (or a critique on music, rather) in the post-modern sense. It is the "essence", or "foreground" of any given band (or genre) in discussion.
"T. Rex surpassed it's place in the 1970's Glam Rock Movement with a cross-pollination of different musical styles,
while having an influence on pop music today that has endured far beyond bands who had more than seven chords in their entire respective repertoire(s)."
by Doug E. Doug September 23, 2004
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