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 November 11, 2017
Coinstipated or Coinstapated (coin + constipated)

"Coinstipated” or “coinstapated” (coin + constipated) has several definitions. “Coinstipated” was cited in print in 2008. “Coinstipated: The result of swallowing a coin” was posted on Twitter on February 9, 2009.

Coinstapated The state of a vending machine or other coin operated apparatus that is unable to accept change because some the coin slot has coins or other debris blocking in it” was posted in the Urban Dictionary on June 30, 2011. ”Coinstipated When a person has an irritatingly large number of coins stuffed in their wallet” was posted in the Urban Dictionary on July 10, 2013.


702 ABC (Sydney, Australia)
2 May, 2008 3:06PM AEDT
Dags Dictionary Challenge 44
By Richard Glover
The results of Challenge 43 We needed a word for the person who, having completed their transaction at the checkout or cashier, fails to move on due to protracted organising of their purse/wallet/purchases, thereby preventing the next transaction from commencing. Challenge 43 was set by Michael McIntosh, who wins both the Dag’s Dictionary books. Richard’s suggestion was “a Cheque-point-Charlie”.
(...)
# Coinstipated - Margaret Pirrie

Twitter
Sanjeev Narang‏
@sanjeevsniglets
Coinstipated: The result of swallowing a coin.
See More: Sniglets : Sanjeev.NETwork http://tinyurl.com/d45pqb
6:44 AM - 9 Feb 2009

Twitter
derekmclachlan‏
@derekmclachlan
I Ate A Bag Of Pennies A Few Hours Ago. Im Now On The Toilet Coinstipated.
12:55 PM - 24 May 2011

Urban Dictionary
Coinstapated
The state of a vending machine or other coin operated apparatus that is unable to accept change because some the coin slot has coins or other debris blocking in it.
I was gonna get a coke, but the machine is coinstapated.
#coin#constapation#jammed#stuck#vending
by TeejMonster June 30, 2011

Twitter
Miss Nicki‏
@NickiGuerra
My piggybank is so full I can’t shake the change out. It’s coinstipated. Snort.
6:52 PM - 9 Sep 2011

Twitter
Ben Kronberg‏
@benkronberg
I’m coinstipated:  There’s a roll of quarters stuck in my butt.  I’m a laundry mule.
9:01 AM - 22 Sep 2011

Urban Dictionary
coinstipated
When a person has an irritatingly large number of coins stuffed in their wallet. Someone who is coinstipated needs to take a “coin dump” on their next purchase, in order to relieve pressure and reduce discomfort of the wallet and/or pocket regions.
“I keep paying in bills and now I’m so coinstipated that my wallet feels like it’s about to explode!”
#coins#money#wallet#coinstipated#coin dump#constipated#coin constipation
by pbandj123 July 10, 2013

Twitter
Stu.‏
@dysondoc
I swallowed a pocketful of loose change, and now I’m a little coinstipated.
11:56 AM - 13 Feb 2014

Twitter
Sunny Kalara‏
@bitcoin_lawyer
Coinstipated. v. When the difficulty level of bitcoin mining is too high, the system is said to be Coinstipated. #bitcoin #bitcoinhumor
6:34 PM - 3 May 2014

Twitter
Cointopay‏
@Cointopay
#Coinstapated: “State of #VendingMachines or other #crypto #coin operated apparatus that is unable to accept change..” #NoCoke Coinstapated!
3:27 PM - 26 Oct 2014

Reddit—Jokes
If I had a nickel for every fart I ever held in…
submitted November 13, 2017 by Maebyimannyong
I’d be coinstapated.

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