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 July 25, 2015
Day 6—Friday

The following words or phrases are about Friday:

“After Monday and Tuesday, even the calendar says WTF”
“Coffee tastes better on Fridays”
“Dear Monday, I want to break up. I’m seeing Tuesday and dreaming about Friday”
“Employers are most happy on Mondays. Employees are most happy on Fridays”
“Friday is my second favorite ‘F’ word”
“Friday must be a woman. It takes forever to come”
“I always give 100% at work: 12% Monday, 23% Tuesday, 40% Wednesday, 20% Thursday, 5% Friday”
“I’ve got the same Easter plans as Jesus. Disappear on Friday, show up on Monday”
“Is it Friday yet?”
“It’s Friday! The only decision you need to make is bottle or glass”
“It’s Thursday, which is ‘Friday Eve’ in Optimisian”
“My boss yelled, ‘You’ve been late 5 times this week, Do you know what that means?‘“ (Friday joke)
“Never check stock prices on Friday—it could spoil the weekend”
“Nothing ruins a Friday more than an understanding that today is Tuesday”
“Nothing screws up your Friday like realizing it’s only Thursday”
“Only Robinson Crusoe had all his work done by Friday”
“Sure Happy It’s Thursday” ("shit” backronym); “So Happy It’s Thursday, Friday Is Tomorrow”
“The first five days after the weekend are always the hardest”
“Thursday doesn’t even count as a day, It’s just the thing that’s blocking Friday”
“We’re all just kids posing as professionals, counting the days until Friday”
“What day does an Easter egg hate the most?"/"Fry-days.”
“Why is Monday so far from Friday, but Friday so close to Monday?”
“You know what rhymes with Friday? Alcohol”
Black Monday; Black Tuesday; Black Thursday; Black Friday (Wall Street stock declines)
Fallout Friday
Friday Night Lights
Friyay (Friday + yay)
Fucked-up Friday
Girl Friday (Gal Friday)
Guy Friday (Man Friday)
High Five Friday
POETS Day (Piss Off Early, Tomorrow’s Saturday)
TGI Friday’s (1965); “Thank God It’s Friday” or “TGIF” (1934)
Welfare Wednesday (Food Stamp Friday)

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityCalendar • Saturday, July 25, 2015 • Permalink