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 17, 2018
“After dinner, my wife asked me if I could clear the table. I needed a running start, but I made it”

To “clear the table” usually means to take away dinner plates, but a pun was posted on Reddit—Jokes on April 14, 2017:

“After dinner my wife asked me if I could clear the table. I needed a running start, but I did it!”


Reddit—Jokes
After dinner my wife asked me if I could clear the table…
submitted April 14, 2017 by madazzahatter
I needed a running start, but I did it!

Twitter
Richard Serkey‏
@aufrichtig40
After dinner, my wife asked me if I could clear the table…
I had to take a running start, but I did it!
(by madazzahatter)
2:31 AM - 14 Apr 2017

Twitter
Mr. Drinks On Me‏
@Mr_DrinksOnMe
After dinner my girlfriend asked me if I could clear the table. I needed a running start, but I did it.
5:27 AM - 14 Apr 2017

Twitter
JB‏
@JB1971_
After dinner my wife asked me if I could clear the table… I needed a bloody long run up… but i made it.
12:32 PM - 29 Apr 2017

Twitter
Jay Foreman‏
@jay4man
After dinner my wife asked me if I could clear the table.
I needed a running start, but I made it.
4:27 AM - 22 Jun 2017

Reddit—Cleanjokes
After dinner, my wife asked me if I could clear the table… (self.cleanjokes)
submitted February 17, 2018 by madazzahatter
I needed a running start, but I made it!

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Saturday, February 17, 2018 • Permalink