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The New, Hip way to refer to non-Jews: NOT-MOT

Posted by Oyster on August 19, 2008

Forget the Biblically-neutral goy, or the perjorative shiksa or sheygetz, or the old-school Gentile, the hip j-Gen X’ers, Y’ers, Millenials, and whatever awesome labels Jewish demographers dream up next, have spoken. And their new preferred term is:

NOT-MOT

NOT as in not, and MOT as in “Member Of the Tribe“.

Trademark pending, but Oy Bay gives a royalty-free perpetual license to all non-NOT-MOTs. NOT-MOTs will pay a usurious (tee-hee!) fee.

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4 Responses to “The New, Hip way to refer to non-Jews: NOT-MOT”

  1. yid said

    that sucks. i’m sticking with arel.

  2. Oyster said

    “Arel”?

    I don’t follow.

  3. yid said

    like orlim. the uncircumcised. it’s old school, but it gets the point across.

  4. Oyster said

    Yid writes, … but it gets the point across.

    [rim-shot] Thank you, everybody! Yid will be here all week.

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