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 August 05, 2017
“My neighbor blamed my gravel for making him fall, but it was his dumb asphalt”

"Asphalt” sounds like “ass fault.” A pun was posted on Reddit—Jokes on August 5, 2017:

“My neighbor blamed my gravel for making him fall, but it was his dumb asphalt.”

The “dumb asphalt” pun had been used before and has been printed on several images. “The word of the day is ‘asphalt’ as in ‘it’s your dumb asphalt we’re late’” was posted on Twitter on March 9, 2010.


Twitter
Jacki‏
@ACP_Cat_FTW
The word of the day is “asphalt” as in “it’s your dumb asphalt we’re late.”
5:44 AM - 9 Mar 2010

Twitter
Nick Alexander 🇺🇸‏
@SlickNick11
If you dont like DIRT RACING, its your own dumb ASPHALT!!
9:55 PM - 21 Jun 2010

Twitter
Savannah Wilson‏
@savpwilson
“if you don’t use concrete it’s your own dumb asphalt” an actual company slogan on a hoodie being worn in the store right now.
11:52 AM - 28 Feb 2015

Reddit—Jokes
My neighbor blamed my gravel for making him fall
submitted August 5, 2017 by EmceeSexy
But it was his dumb asphalt

Twitter
WhyzGuy‏
@_WhyzGuy_
My neighbor blamed my gravel for making him fall
But it was his dumb asphalt
5:06 PM - 5 Aug 2017

Twitter
Luke Lottinville‏
@lulott
My neighbor blamed my gravel for making him fall
~
But it was his dumb asphalt
5:36 PM - 5 Aug 2017

Twitter
localhostcomedy‏
@localhostcomedy
My neighbor blamed my gravel for making him fall
But it was his dumb asphalt
8:53 PM - 5 Aug 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
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