How to Worry, Interrupt, and Say the Opposite of What You Mean
Forget Yiddish. Real Jewish is a secret language of nuance, argument, and somersaults of everyday speech; of wins, losses, and draws in competitions you had no idea you'd entered.
It's everything from mastering the OAQ (Obsessive Anal Question) - "They'll de-ice the wings before takeoff right?" - to never, ever believing your mother-in-law when she says "Don't worry, I'll take a cab."