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.

Recent entries:
“Life is basically all the stuff you have to do to get from coffee to wine time” (7/23)
“If people could hear the next five seconds after we hit ‘end call,’ we would have no friends” (7/22)
“In life, the only thing you ever have to do is die. Everything else is a choice” (7/22)
“Instagram is Twitter for people who can’t read” (7/22)
“Math is a drama queen. It can’t seriously have that many problems” (7/22)
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Entry from November 24, 2014
“Studying—notice how they conveniently put ‘dying’ at the end of this word”

"Studying—Notice how they conveniently put ‘DYING’ at the end of this word” is a jocular line that has been printed on many posters. The line has been cited in print since at least 2006 and was first cited on Twitter on January 20, 2009.


BANGitOUT
Funny IM Away Messages
by Ariel Posted: 10-25-2006
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Studying. Notice how they conveniently put “DYING” at the end of this word.

Twitter
dafreeone
‏@dafreeone
Studying for finals. (Notice how conveniently they put the word ‘dying’ at the end.)
5:38 PM - 20 Jan 2009

Twitter
Lauren Hack
‏@quirkynerdygirl
Photo: #project365 16/365 Studying. Notice how they conveniently put “DYING” at the end of this word. Ha! I’m… http://tumblr.com/xlv5l69k9
2:39 PM - 16 Jan 2010

JoyReactor
anon
Student + Dying = Studying
Studying? Notice how they conveniently put DYING at the end of this word.
16:00:00; 30 Mar 2010

Demotivation
Studying - Notice how they conveniently put “DYING” at the end of this word.
2012.01.21 submitted by Blue 441

WeKnowMemes
Studying Notice How They Put Dying At The End Of This Word
– MARCH 16, 2012

Twitter
Zorro
‏@mrchikara
Studying.Notice how they put dying at the end of this word.
10:08 PM - 23 Nov 2014

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityEducation/Schools • Monday, November 24, 2014 • Permalink