As a shiksa you’ll also need to learn typical yiddish words that Jews often use in everyday English conversation.
Chutzpah, goy, klutz, mentsh, oy vey, shlep, schmmoze, schtick and tuches are common words you are likely to hear.
If you’re a shiksa (non-Jewish girl) who is interested in getting to know and date a Jewish man there are a few tips that can help you to achieve dating success.
Unless you are Jewish, or are already familiar with Judaism, Jewish culture, traditions and values, dating a Jewish man will require some consideration. Whilst your genuine mistake may seem endearing when you first meet a Jewish man you’re interested in getting to know, your lack of basic cultural knowledge is unlikely to impress.
Jewish men who are respectful of their religion and faith gratify in tradition, especially tradition that involves family and good food.
If you’re dating a Jewish man let him know that you have brains as well as beauty.
Das männliche Gegenstück der Schickse ist im Jiddischen der Schegez (jiddisch: שייגעץ schejgez m, שקצים schkozim pl; YIVO: sheygets, shkotsim).
Wenn man impliziert, dass ein Jude nur eine Jüdin heiraten soll, ist eine Schickse also ein nichtjüdisches Mädchen, das für Heirat und Familiengründung nicht in Frage kommt.
The shadchan (or matchmaker) is no longer the only means of finding a suitable love match, for the single Jewish man.
Whilst the shadchan still offers a valuable service to devout Jews, most single Jewish men prefer to rely on modern ways of meeting girls.