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February 01, 2010

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500 times! OY!

Just yesterday, I myself said "oy" 19 times beginning with when I just missed the train on my way to work and thus was late, again when I looked at my messy desk and realized that I had mistakenly thought I would be able to pick up on Monday where I left off on Friday. And then when my boss asked me for the memo I promised, "Oy," I said, "stop hocking me in chinik!"

Let Oy be Oy. But is it Oy without the Vay?

And where is "Gevult" in all of this. Oy Gevult!

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