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. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from December 12, 2021
“I want to start selling an alcoholic fermented rice wine spiked with viagra—For Fucks Saké”

Saké is Japanese rice wine. It looks like the word “sake,” and is sometimes used jocularly in the expression “for fuck’s sake.”
     
“for fuck’s sake (like for pete’s sake). Unless your a booze hound, then you want to take fuck’s sake, delicious rice wine” was posted on Twitter by cde vas Talimancer on November 10, 2010. “For Fuck’s Sake. That’s the same name I would give my Japanese rice wine business” was posted on Twitter by Hank Thompson on May 31, 2011. “I can only get it up if I drink Japanese rice wine. For fucks, sake” was posted on Twitter by Ian Power on January 24, 2015. “Sex in return for rice wine? For fucks, sake” was posted on Twitter by Adam Roberts on March 10, 2021.
 
“Scientists have now invented a Japanese rice wine that acts like viagra. For fuck’s sake” was posted on Twitter by Stephanie Zinser on March 30, 2018. “I wanna start selling an alcoholic fermented rice wine spiked with viagra. For Fucks Saké” was posted on Reddit—3amjokes on December 12, 2021.
   
         
Wikipedia: Sake
Sake, also spelled saké (/ˈsɑːki, ˈsækeɪ/ SAH-kee, SAK-ay, also referred to as Japanese rice wine), is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting rice that has been polished to remove the bran. Despite the name Japanese rice wine, sake, and indeed any East Asian rice wine (such as huangjiu and cheongju), is produced by a brewing process more akin to that of beer, where starch is converted into sugars which ferment into alcohol, whereas in wine, alcohol is produced by fermenting sugar that is naturally present in fruit, typically grapes.
   
Wiktionary: for fuck’s sake
Prepositional phrase
for fuck’s sake

1. (idiomatic, colloquial, vulgar) An expression of anger or frustration
   
Twitter
cde vas Talimancer@_cde·Nov 10, 2010
Replying to @suicide_smiIes
@suicidesmilez for fuck’s sake (like for pete’s sake). Unless your a booze hound, then you want to take fuck’s sake, delicious rice wine ☪
 
Twitter
Rad Wagon
@RadWagon
RT @rogerpovey: OH FOR FUCKS SAKE!!!!!!!< An interesting version of the japanese rice wine?

4:53 PM · Jan 27, 2011·TweetDeck
     
Twitter
Hank Thompson@Hank_Thompson·May 31, 2011
Replying to @AlisonRosen
@AlisonRosen For Fuck’s Sake. That’s the same name I would give my Japanese rice wine business.
     
Twitter
Dave
@DaveLambComedy
I’m going to start a rice wine company and name it “For Fuck’s Sake”
6:59 PM · Jan 21, 2012·Twitter for iPhone
 
Twitter
Periwinkle Jones
@peachesanscream
I just mixed some Rohypnol with some Japanese rice wine - for fucks sake
6:58 PM · Mar 19, 2012·Twitter Web Client
     
Twitter
We could be better, but you’re probably ok.
@Buggz79
There’s apparently a custom among the japanese where they would dose their genitals in rice wine after sex. Why? For Fucks Sake.
3:51 PM · Jun 1, 2013·Gravity!
 
Twitter
Niall
@Nailed_On
The Japanese have invented a rice wine for exasperated men. 
Its called “For Fucks” Sake.
12:42 PM · Jul 31, 2013·Twitter Web Client
     
Twitter
Christopher Alderson
@cholly83
I think I drank too much Japanese rice wine last night. For fucks sake.
3:38 AM · Aug 24, 2013·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter
Joshua Eddy V
@dailymagicnow
my Japanese rice wine is called For Fuck’s Sake
12:19 PM · Apr 6, 2014·Twitter for iPad
 
Twitter
Ian Power
@IHPower
I can only get it up if I drink Japanese rice wine. For fucks, sake.
4:37 PM · Jan 24, 2015·Tweetlogix
     
Twitter
Samuel Pollen
@samuel_pollen
RICE WINE BRAND IDEA: “For Fucks Sake”
11:00 AM · Sep 9, 2015·Twitter Web Client
   
Twitter
Puncroaker
@Puncroaker
Viagra infused rice wine though.
For fucks sake.
3:35 AM · Dec 19, 2015·Twitter Web Client
   
Twitter
DennIstanbul (Not Constantinople)
@DennyXmas
There should be a rice wine called For Fucks Saké. Or 4 Fucks Saké. #GetRichSlowScheme
8:59 AM · Oct 7, 2017·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter 
Stephanie Zinser
@ubiquitouswoman
Scientists have now invented a Japanese rice wine that acts like viagra.
For fuck’s sake.
5:33 PM · Mar 30, 2018·Twitter for Android
 
Twitter
Ant Nyman
@PTAntNyman
I’ve been accused of having sex with a Japanese rice wine.
For Fucks Sake
10:52 AM · Dec 16, 2018·Facebook
   
Twitter
Itchwoot
@itchwoot
Yes, I am trading Japanese rice wine for sexual favors, for fucks sake.
8:33 PM · Jan 31, 2020·Twitter for iPhone
     
Twitter
Grae Hall
@HallGrae
I’m working on creating my own unique blend of Japanese rice wine.
It’s called “Oh For Fuck’s Sake”.
#Comedy #Japan
11:27 PM · Oct 11, 2020·Twitter Web App
 
Twitter
Adam Roberts
@arrroberts
Sex in return for rice wine? For fucks, sake.
6:01 AM · Mar 10, 2021·Twitter for Android
   
Twitter
Physics doesn’t stop for politics
@lordofintent
Replying to @stimmo
I believe it originates in Japan where alcoholic prostitutes would exchange their services for rice wine…
...so it’s actually “for fucks, sake”...
3:48 AM · May 16, 2021·Twitter for Android
 
Twitter
reasonably and justifiably angry
@sinurpf
You mean for fucks sake is NOT an aphrodisiac rice wine???
8:47 AM · Jul 15, 2021·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter
Noam
@noamtlior
Replying to @glennsumi
Okay, but a little disappointing that “For Fuck’s Sake” isn’t a rice wine
10:03 AM · Dec 10, 2021·Twitter for iPhone
 
Reddit—3amjokes
Posted by u/awlawall December 12, 2021
I wanna start selling an alcoholic fermented rice wine spiked with viagra.
For Fucks Saké

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Sunday, December 12, 2021 • Permalink


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