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 February 18, 2018
“You can trust a dog to guard your house, but never trust a dog to guard your sandwich”

Trust has its limits. “You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich” was posted on Twitter on November 20, 2012. “You can trust a dog to guard your house but you can never trust a dog to guard your sandwich” was posted on Twitter on November 29, 2012.
   
The trust saying has been printed on many images.
 
           
Twitter
Amri.‏
@amriemsaiful
You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich.
10:12 AM - 20 Nov 2012
   
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Katherine Rose ♡‏
@Kayla09652
You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich.
11:38 PM - 20 Nov 2012
 
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Little Georgia 🌀‏
@GeorgiaRosinda
You can trust a dog to guard your house but you can never trust a dog to guard your sandwich..
1:16 PM - 29 Nov 2012
   
Twitter
Blythe Miller‏
@BlytheLovesMe
You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich.Just my lesson a while ago :/
7:32 AM - 8 Dec 2012
 
Twitter
Isaac Cruz‏
@IsaacCruz9
You can never trust a dog to guard a sandwich
6:05 PM - 27 Jan 2013
 
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Bo Harrison‏
@Krankyk9
“You can trust a dog to guard your house, but never trust a dog to guard your sandwich” Anonymous
5:07 PM - 17 Sep 2016
   
Me.Me
YOU CAN TRUST YOUR DOG TO GUARD YOUR HOUSE BUT NEVER TRUST YOUR DOG TO GUARD YOUR SANDWICH I LOVE RESCUES MEME
FOUND @ 817 LIKES ON 2017-01-08 10:39:14 BY ME.ME
SOURCE: FACEBOOK
   
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Huawei Mobile Services
August 30, 2017 ·
You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust your dog to guard your sandwich
 
Twitter
Crypto Guru‏
@CryptoGuru888
Replying to @ecoinomia @schwifty50
“You can trust your dog to guard your house but never trust a dog to guard your sandwich”
Conclusion: Trust is having faith in a positive outcome, based on common sense. Pure faith has nothing to do with that, faith is more similar to hope, not trust.
10:08 AM - 7 Jan 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Sunday, February 18, 2018 • Permalink


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