President Bush calls in the head of the CIA and asks, "How come the Jews know everything before we do?"

The CIA chief says, "The Jews have this expression "Vus titzuch?"

The president says, "What does that mean?"

"Well, Mr. President" replies the CIA Chief, "it's a Yiddish expression which roughly translated means "What's happening? They just ask each other, and they know everything."

The president decides to personally go undercover to determine if this is true.

He gets dressed up as an Orthodox Jew (black hat, beard, long black coat) and is secretly flown in an unmarked plane to New York, picked up in an unmarked car, and dropped off in Brooklyn's most Jewish neighborhood.

In less than a minmute a little old man comes shuffling along toward the president.

Bush stops him and whispers, "Vus titzuch?"

The old guy whispers back, "Bush is in Brooklyn."

There are dangers in applying Yiddische kutzpah -- as revealed in the following true story.
A guy offers to buy a drink for an attractive young woman seated at a bar.

She gives him the green light, so he whispers to the bartender to make up a Cosmopolitan for her -- and to put some Spanish fly in the drink. The bartender whispers back to say he's all out of Spanish fly and all he has left is Jewish fly.

"Jewish fly?" Shrugging his shoulders, the guy says "OK, put some of that in her drink."

As she sips the drink, she gets more and more cozy, really warming up to the guy. Finally she finishes the drink, leans over, and in a low, slow, and sexy voice whispers in his ear,

"Let's go shopping."