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 October 29, 2015
“Whoever snuck the ‘s’ in ‘fast food’ was a clever little bastard”

“Fast food” is only one letter away from being “fat food.” “Whoever snuck the ‘s’ in ‘fast food’ was a clever little bastard” is a jocular line that has been printed on ecards

“Whoever snuck the s into fast food was a clever bastard” was cited on Twitter on May 3, 2012. “Whoever snuck that ‘s’ into fast food, was a clever little bastard!”—adding the word “little” to “bastard”—was cited on Twitter on that same day.


Twitter
Nehuen Calvo
‏@7andabit
Whoever snuck the s into fast food was a clever bastard
10:36 AM - 3 May 2012

Twitter
Mark Summers
‏@markysumm
Whoever snuck the ‘s’ into fast food was a clever bastard.
10:38 AM - 3 May 2012

Twitter
strawberrysherbert
‏@bhoywonder1
Whoever snuck the s into fast food was a clever bastard!
10:38 AM - 3 May 2012

Twitter
crude jokes
‏@crude_jokes
Whoever snuck that “s” into fast food, was a clever little bastard!....WW
12:30 PM - 3 May 2012

WeKnowMemes
Whoever Snuck The S In Fast Food
– AUGUST 4, 2013

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The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Facts Of Fast Food Chains In India
Posted by: Vaishnavi Kanekal in Business January 24, 2015
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A pictorial message on a Facebook profile that read, “Whoever snuck the ‘S’ into Fast Food was a clever bastard” had me smiling for a while.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, October 29, 2015 • Permalink