A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from February 11, 2017
“Bae = bacon and eggs”

"Bae” is short for “babe” or “baby.” “Bae = bacon and eggs” is a joke definition (a back acronym or “backronym") that has been printed on many images.

“Yeaa well i have *bae* bacon and eggs !!!!” was posted on Twitter on February 3, 2010. “BAE - Bacon and Eggs” was posted on Twitter on April 22, 2012.


Wiktionary: bae
Etymology
From babe or baby by shortening.
Noun
bae
(plural baes)
1. (slang) Darling (term of endearment).

Twitter
Katelyn
‏@KatelynLeibold
@jeyyounit11 yeaa well i have *bae* bacon and eggs !!!! rasberry
3:54 PM - 3 Feb 2010

Twitter
Ke’Marius Lee
‏@firstbornlast88
RT @lilmonie101: missin bae«««« does bae mean bacon and eggs????
6:07 PM - 21 Jul 2011

Twitter
DKAY 💋
‏@DoorKiss_
Stfu up about this BAE shit I know what it means...Bacon And Eggs
11:10 PM - 13 Apr 2012

Twitter
Austin Winding
‏@Winding__
BAE - Bacon and Eggs
8:43 PM - 22 Apr 2012

Twitter
The World Of Funny
‏@TheWorldOfFunny
bae = bacon and eggs
11:08 AM - 10 Jun 2014

Twitter
Fill Werrell
‏@FillWerrell
bae = bacon and eggs
7:30 PM - 11 Jun 2014

Urban Dictionary
BAE
Another shortened word/acronym for Bacon And Eggs. Which your BABE won’t cook you if you call her BAE!
Hey BABE, can you cook some BAE?
#bae #babe #bacon #eggs #breakfast
by JDizzleFoShizzle September 10, 2014

Bijoux & Bits
MARCH 18, 2015 LIFE
who’s your real bae: bacon & eggs
BAE: bacon and eggs
The BAE!
Whatever you may think of the term “bae,” when it’s used to describe the luscious temptation that is bacon and eggs, it can never be wrong… just like our love.

Google Books
Blow:
A Virtuous Paradox Novel

By Heidi McLaughlin
New York, NY: Loveswept
2016
Pg. ?:
“‘Girlfriend’ is fine. Just don’t call me ‘bae.’”

“Oh hell no. That word will never come out of my mouth unless I’m asking for bacon and eggs.”

Twitter
blade
‏@blade1bb
#mondaymotivation
Always make me laugh my twitter friend’s @polit_uncorr definition of the word BAE—bacon and eggs 😂
5:06 AM - 23 Jan 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Saturday, February 11, 2017 • Permalink