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. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from August 22, 2020
“Fish n’ chips should always come with tartar sauce. It’s basically codified law”

"Codification” has to do with “code” and not “cod” (a fish), but there are jokes. “Note to self: When something’s been ‘codified’, that does NOT mean it’s been turned into a fish. #JSIK” was posted on Twitter by NoteRobot on March 16, 2010. “Codified = turned into a fish” was posted on Twitter by Francesca Pallopides on January 13, 2018.

“No recommended daily amount of fish oil has been codified” was posted on Twitter by N. Hale on July 24, 2014.

“Fish n’ chips should always come with tartar sauce. It’s basically codified law” was posted on Reddit—3amjokes on August 23, 2020.


Wikipedia: Codification (law)
In law, codification is the process of collecting and restating the law of a jurisdiction in certain areas, usually by subject, forming a legal code, i.e. a codex (book) of law.

Codification is one of the defining features of civil law jurisdictions. In common law systems, such as that of English law, codification is the process of converting and consolidating judge-made law into statute law.

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NoteRobot
@NoteRobot
(@srm1138) Note to self: When something’s been “codified”, that does NOT mean it’s been turned into a fish. #JSIK
9:09 PM · Mar 16, 2010·Twitter Web Client

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Patiola
@PatiolaBoston
Replying to @WildAboutTrial
@WildAboutTrial @ChicagoCollen @kimlaw662 Codify - (codified) related to old New England species of fish found off Cape Cod Bay.
4:09 PM · Jul 3, 2013·TweetCaster for iOS

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N. Hale
@redherringbear
No recommended daily amount of fish oil has been codified.
12:30 AM · Jul 24, 2014·Twitter for iPad

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SANDOKAN
@frankieyez
No recommended daily amount of fish oil has been codified yet~capisce
6:59 AM · Nov 1, 2014·TweetCaster for Android

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Delaney Gaelen
@Thunnnder
“Do you know what codified means? It’s when you take a fish and you batter it and fry it...” #GrossTweets
11:17 AM · Nov 19, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

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Francesca Pallopides
@FPallopides
Codified = turned into a fish
#Terryfied
3:05 AM · Jan 13, 2018·Twitter Web Client

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@theKevinGarcia_
Replying to @jamiethevworst
When I learned that codified was pronounced like the fish, and not the word “code.”
I was just… I couldn’t.
3:10 PM · Mar 12, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

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Diana Binks
@DianaBinks
Replying to @kanyewest
Dismiss the fish.  They’ve been schooled and CODified.
2:50 PM · May 2, 2018·Twitter for iPad

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Sara Goodwin
@SoSaidSara
I can’t take the word, “codified,” seriously. I just picture things being turned into fish.
4:42 PM · Sep 18, 2018·Twitter Web Client

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SEA DAWG⭐⭐⭐
@JimClark_NCAtty
Replying to @JennaEllisEsq
You understand that the term “codified” means “recipe with fish” to them, right?
7:06 PM · Jul 10, 2020·Twitter Web App

Reddit—3amjokes
Posted by u/zubbs99 August 23, 2020
Fish n’ chips should always come with tartar sauce.
It’s basically codified law.

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3AM
@3AM_Jokes
Fish n’ chips should always come with tartar sauce.... It’s basically codified law.
3:16 AM · Aug 23, 2020·IFTTT

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wildprotons
@wildprotons
Fish n’ chips should always come with tartar sauce.
It’s basically codified law.
5:48 PM · Aug 23, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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