Jewjitsu is the fine art of accounting/being a lawyer. Your accountant has at the very least a 2nd degree black belt in Jewjitsu.
Nobody really knows, nor cares. Some believe that it started in the early 1800's in New York City. But still, nobody cares.
Addition, subtraction, multipication, and division are the classic moves done by Jewjitsu apprentices. But long-time Jewjitsu practicers can use long division and fractions.
The most basic weapons used for Jewjitsu include calculators, computers, and pencils. But weapons can be upgraded to Blackberry phones and pens.
Uniform or Special ClothingEdit
A nice suit and a tie, earlocks, and a pleasant head covering. Nobody rocks those earlocks like people who do Jewjitsu do.
Moses is credited with teaching the Jews Jewjitsu. But when he attempted to teach them the old "rod and staff" (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) they all ran away to the bank, to get money to hire another Jewish superhero: the lawyer.