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

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Entry from July 24, 2016
“Yo girl, are you a zero APR loan?” (joke)

A finance-themed pick-up line is:

“Yo girl, are you a zero APR loan? Because I don’t really understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.”

The joke was posted by Simon Barrett on Twitter on May 8, 2013.


Twitter
Simon Barrett
‏@Simon_Barrett
Yo girl, are you a zero APR loan? Because I don’t really understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.
11:54 AM - 8 May 2013

Twitter
cisses get stitches
‏@FakeRobotGamer
“Hey girl, are you a zero APR loan? Because I don’t understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.”
5:59 PM - 15 Oct 2013

Twitter
Dakota Metzger
‏@dakotious
Hey boy, are you a zero APR loan? Because I don’t really understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.
2:28 PM - 12 Nov 2013

reddit
Yo girl, are you a zero APR loan?
submitted August 15, 2015 by aali4356
Because I don’t really understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.

Twitter
Cody Cantrell
‏@codes_tweets
Girl, are you a zero APR loan? Because I don’t understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest. #financialpickuplines
7:13 PM - 19 May 2016

reddit
Yo girl, are you a zero APR loan?
submitted July 24, 2016 by away4you
Because I don’t really understand your terms and you keep saying you have no interest.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityBanking/Finance/Insurance • Sunday, July 24, 2016 • Permalink