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 December 07, 2016
“I don’t need Google. My boyfriend knows everything!”

"I don’t need Google. My boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife knows everything!” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many images. “I don’t need Google because my wife knows everything” was posted on Twitter on February 18, 2009.


Wikipedia: Google
Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products that include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware.

Twitter
kalena
‏@kalena
Amusing tee spotted @ #webstock09 “I don’t need Google because my wife knows everything”
7:54 PM - 18 Feb 2009

Twitter
Robyn Gallagher
‏@robyngallagher
Worst t-shirt of Webstock: “I don’t need Google. My wife knows everything.” Lol! Men r dum!
8:48 PM - 18 Feb 2009

Twitter
Ana Paula Parra
‏@CoachAnaPau
I don’t need google, my mom knows everything!
5:11 PM - 24 Feb 2011

Twitter
marmolexo
‏@marmolexo
Follow up… I don’t need Google my girlfriend knows everything & she’s always right!... (a ver como me va)
5:22 PM - 18 Mar 2011

Twitter
Lee Kingham
‏@LeeLeeCK
I don’t need google, my husband knows everything
12:11 AM - 13 May 2011

Twitter
Sam Jack
‏@Zhaams
I don’t need Google, my boyfriend knows everything.
3:59 PM - 15 May 2011

Twitter
Micaela Dvorkin
‏@micadvorkin
I don’t need google, my brother knows everything @nicodvorkin
8:02 PM - 16 May 2011

Twitter
Giovanni Becerril
‏@PsychoBeYam
I don’t need #Google...My dad knows everything!! #fb
1:15 AM - 19 Jun 2011

Twitter
Cinfamous
‏@TheCinfamous
I don’t need Google, my bf knows…everything.
12:53 AM - 31 Oct 2011

Twitter
✗Just Caleb✗
‏@whimpy_kidd
I don’t need google,my mother knows everything!!
9:56 AM - 5 Jun 2012

Twitter
afzalwagi
‏@afzalwagi
I don’t need GOOGLE my “GF” knows everything
12:34 PM - 27 Oct 2012

Google Books
Wingman and Skittles
By Richard Marsh
London: Bloomsbury Publishing
2014
Pg. 51:
His sweatshirt says ‘I don’t need Google, my son knows everything’ – but he’s crossed out ‘son’ and written ‘self’.

Google Books
Seventh Grave and No Body
By Darynda Jones
New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press
2014
Pg. 309:
I grew excited as he opened the bag and took out the T-shirt I’d bought him. He read it aloud: “’I don’t need Google. My wife knows everything.’”

Google Books
Railway to Heaven:
On Board the Luxury Train in Spain

By Natividad Hernández
Bloomington, IN: Booktango
2016
Pg. ?:
Our El Transcantábrico Gran Lujo guide was a walking and talking ‘Wikipedia’; a reminder of a T-shirt I once saw with the phrase ‘I don’t need Google. My wife knows everything’.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityMedia/Newspapers/Magazines/Internet • Wednesday, December 07, 2016 • Permalink