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First Bad Family Feud Player This clip is from early in the first season of Family Feud, so this poor schmuck might be the first in a long line of players to give truly rotten answers during the Fast Money round. (You've got to love how Richard Dawson's shirt matches his tie. Whatever happened to that style?)
Tags: Family  Feud 
Added: 20th November 2007
Views: 2154
Posted By: Lava1964
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-11-20 
I didn't know you spoke Yiddish?
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-20 
Hey, I'm a worldly guy; I pick up non-English words and phrases here and there. One of my postings included the word 'schadenfreude.' How often do you hear that in everyday conversation?
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-11-20 
Of course, schadenfreude and schmuck do not have the same connotation. lol
Posted by: BigBoy Bob on 2007-11-20 
LOL they sure don't Naomi!
Posted by: Teresa on 2007-11-20 
about as often as u hear schadenfreude
and donnybrook in the same conversation!! LOL no, i LOVE that u said this . .looked up schadenfreude and found that it meant to gloat . . cool!
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-20 
To be totally accurate, 'schadenfreude' is a noun meaning 'delight in someone else's misfortune.' It comes from two German words: 'schaden' meaning 'harm' and 'freude' meaning 'joy.' It's a great word. (Hey, we all are guilty of it.) Isn't this website educational?
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2007-11-20 
There ya go Fred Good Answers hahahah
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-11-21 
Teresa, you are totally accurate.

schadenfreude, noun:
A malicious satisfaction obtained from the misfortunes of others.

gloat, To feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction
1. The act of gloating.
2. A feeling of great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction.

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