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 February 16, 2017
“So many people in my area have head lice. The positive side is, we are a close nit community”

A pun on the term ”close-knit community” was posted on Twitter on August 28, 2011:

“I live in a really small village where everybody suffers terribly with head lice.. Its a close nit community.”

The error of “close-nit” for “close-knit” is very frequent.


Wiktionary: Nit
Nit, NIT or Nits may refer to:

Science and technology
. Nit, the egg of a louse
. Head louse, sometimes known as nits

Twitter
Peter Fletcher
‏@PeterFletcher5
I live in a really small village where everybody suffers terribly with head lice.. Its a close nit community.
7:52 AM - 28 Aug 2011

Twitter
David Clarke
‏@PunSl1nger
I live in a really small village where everybody suffers terribly with head lice.. Its a close nit community.
9:20 AM - 28 Aug 2011

Twitter
Mackensy Lunsford
‏@mackensy
Paste also mentions Asheville’s “tight nit community.” I’m guessing the reference to lice is unintentional.
9:48 AM - 14 Jul 2016

Twitter
Simon Parton
‏@simonparton98
The downside of living in my area is that many have head lice. The positive side is we are a close nit community.
8:57 AM - 16 Feb 2017 from Cardiff, Wales

Twitter
Shit Jokes
‏@ShitJokes
The downside of living in my area is that so many people have head lice.
The positive side is, we are a close nit community!!..
10:51 AM - 16 Feb 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityNeighborhoods • Thursday, February 16, 2017 • Permalink