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.

Recent entries:
“Where do hippos go to college?"/"To the hippocampus.” (7/19)
“I recently bought a bread knife. It’s not as good as stainless steel” (7/19)
“If a cowboy dies and comes back to life, is it called reintarnation?” (7/19)
“If the front of your car says ‘DODGE’, do you really need a horn?” (7/19)
“Ants on a log, floating down the river to the waterfall” (proverb) (7/19)
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Zagateer

Zagat (Za-GAT)

Zapplesauce

Za (pizza)

Zebra (420 West 42nd Street)

Zebra (sports official who wears a black-and-white-striped shirt)

"Zeno walks into a bar..." (bar joke)

Zeppelin Sandwich (Zep Sandwich)

Zero (financial industry worker who doesn't receive an annual bonus)

Zero Hedgie or Zero Head (Zero Hedge blog reader)

Zero U (Oklahoma University)

Zionist World Order (Zionist + New World Order); ZWO

Zipper

ZIRP4EVA (ZIRP + forever)

ZIRP (Zero Interest Rate Policy)

Zombieconomy (Zombie Economy)

"Zombies hate fast food"

Zombie Bank

Zombie (cocktail)

Zombie Title

Zombtree (Zombie Tree)

"Zoos are elaborate prisons for animals who aren't delicious"

Zoo Lots Avenue (New Lots Avenue, Brooklyn)

Zoo School (Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation)

Zoo York

Zucchini Sticks

"Zucchini: Vegetable that can be baked, boiled, fried or steamed before kids refuse to eat it"

Zuccotti Lung

Zydecajun (zydeco + Cajun)