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    I have a friend in South Africa that sent me this line "exe schmock yo stuccant" any ideas?

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    I tried a Swahili and an Afrikaans dictionary online and they gave nothing. Schmock is, apparently, a variant form of the Yiddish word schmuck, which I believe means fool or credulous person. That's the best I can do, I'm afraid.

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