The tendency some books on Judaism have to connect every damn thing to Jews at some point. Because, you know, Jews aren't blamed for everything enough as it is.
Jewish cookbook: "Jews have been making slow-cooked Sabbath cholent for years in order to fulfill the commandments of the day. In the Netherlands, they cooked white beans, goose fat, and honey together and ate it on the Sabbath. When the Pilgrims came to the Netherlands, they adopted the recipe, since they followed the same Sabbath laws, only on Sundays. When they landed at Plymouth Rock, they had no geese for fat, so they used pork fat. And they had no honey, so they used molasses. And thus, Boston baked beans were born."
Me: "This cookbook is playing a mean game of Six Degrees of Kosher Bacon."
When a non-Jew tries to tell a Jew what he or she should do in order to be "really Jewish." An extension of the form "mansplain."
Christopher MacJesuspants: "You know, a real Jew should move to Israel and support building more settlements in Judea and Samaria."
Yehudah Cohen: "Quit your goysplaining! I've had twelve years of yeshiva study, and you've read some fundamentalist websites!"
Or SJW. A term that bigots use to insult people who don't like their bigotry - someone who fights against discrimination and hatred, annoying people who like to discriminate and to hate. Hard to believe that basically calling somebody as righteous as Martin Luther King Jr. is now an insult, but the Internet is a sad, sad place.
It's always hilarious to hear SJW used as an insult. "Social justice warrior" is the basic plot of most '80s action shows and cartoons. Arriving in places and fighting against discrimination? The A-Team were social justice warriors. It's practically a synonym for Knight Rider. Insulting someone for respecting other people is like insulting them for masturbating -- the fact you don't do it has way more to do with why you're so upset all the time. (Luke McKinney, Cracked.com)