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 27, 2017
“I’m working on my résumé. Should I use ‘mad skillz’ or would ‘mad skills’ be more formal?”

"Mad skillz” is slang for “very skilled.” A joke was posted on Twitter by “Polythene Spam” on April 1, 2010:

“I’m working on a cover letter. Should I use the term ‘mad skillz’ or would ‘mad skills’ be more formal?”

“Cover letter” is often changed to “résumé.” “I’m working on my resume. Should I use the term ‘mad skillz’ or would ‘mad skills’ be more formal?” was posted on Twitter on September 17, 2010.


Urban Dictionary
Mad Skillz
Extreme amount of skill in a specific area.
You capped 9 homies in one night? Daaaaaaamn, you’ve got mad skillz homez.
by Goodie October 21, 2002

Twitter
Polythene Spam
‏@BettyLies
I’m working on a cover letter. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?
6:59 PM - 1 Apr 2010

Twitter
Ryan Owens
‏@rowens41
I’m working on a cover letter. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?
10:41 PM - 1 Apr 2010

Twitter
Amat Victoria Curamॐ
‏@BR_Nation
I’m working on my resume. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?
5:33 PM - 17 Sep 2010

Twitter
ree-ree
‏@rrstweets
I’m working on my resume. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?
8:17 PM - 17 Sep 2010

Funny Status
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I’m working on my resume. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?

Twitter
Clint Bond‏
@ClintBond
I’m working on my resume. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?
4:33 PM - 8 Dec 2013

Twitter
Bill Murray
‏@BiIIMurray
I’m working on my resume. Should I use the term “mad skillz” or would “mad skills” be more formal?
1:30 PM - 26 Feb 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Monday, February 27, 2017 • Permalink