Candy Coated in Yiddish

spoken in everyday English by everday people

Photo by Fredrik Ivansson on Unsplash

I remember growing up just being familiar with some Yiddish terms but not necessarily knowing how to speak or understand the language either. And yet it is spoken in everyday English by everday people.




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Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Lindsay Soberano-Wilson

Poet | Teacher | Sex Positive Feminist | Top Writer | Editor: Put It To Rest & iPoetry. (BEd, MA) | Casa de mi Corazon: A Travel Journal of Poetry & Memoir.

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