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 September 20, 2017
“Why did the pirate ask to get a mortgage with 3.142 percent interest?"/"He wanted the pi-rate!”

A pirate riddle is:

Q: Why did the pirate ask to get a mortgage with 3.142 percent interest?
A: He wanted the pi-rate!


The joke was posted on PirateJokes.net on February 21, 2015. “Why did the pirate ask for a loan with 3.142 percent interest? He wanted the Pi-rate!” was posted on Twitter on September 19, 2016.

“3.14% of sailors are pi rates” is another “pi rate” jokes.


PirateJokes.net
On February 21, 2015, the most piratical Anthony Nichols said:
Q: Why did the pirate ask to get a mortgage with 3.142 percent interest?
A: He wanted the pi-rate!

Twitter
Hyperoptic Support‏
@HyperopticCS
Why did the pirate ask for a loan with 3.142 percent interest?
He wanted the Pi-rate! #TalkLikeAPirateDay #badjokes
5:07 AM - 19 Sep 2016

Twitter
FRFGP‏
@FRFGP
Arrgh! Why did the pirate ask for an interest rate of 3.142%? He wanted the Pi-rate! Happy #TalkLikeAPirateDay!
3:30 PM - 19 Sep 2016

Twitter
NauticalDecorTreasur‏
@NauticalTreasur
Pirate Humor
Why did the pirate ask to get a mortgage with 3.142 percent interest?
He wanted the pi-rate!
6:19 PM - 22 Sep 2016

Twitter
Minto Fire‏
@mintofiredept
#TalkLikeAPirateDay #JokeoftheDay Why did the pirate ask to get a mortgage with 3.142 percent interest? | He wanted the pi-rate! #Mathjokes
12:50 PM - 19 Sep 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityBuildings/Housing/Parks • Wednesday, September 20, 2017 • Permalink