She generated howls of laughter as she launched into her “do the math” shtick about the “hair and makeup” handicap.
Not eloquent, mind you, but fancy talk has never been part of his shtick.
But he demonstrated Wednesday night that he can press a president without shelving the shtick.
It started innocuously enough back in 2009, with a shtick where his brother James pretends to teach Dave about acting.
One reason younger audiences have not yet embraced the videos may be that the shtick feels stale.
Do you mind that shtick—big enough to sarve as a respictable shillalah at Donnybrook Fair?
He never said a word but to take the shtick and fire me dead with it on the sthrand.
Wid a shtick in me fist Oi'll take care of ony spalpeen fwhat'll stand up in front av me.
It was "the shtick" which kept things together so far as they were kept so at all.
Thin will ye tell me, Mrs. Ryan, why didn't they shtick till it?
[fr Yiddish, literally, ''piece, bit'']