A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from May 18, 2017
“I made a chicken salad today. Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it”

Is chicken salad made “of” a chicken or made “for” a chicken? A joke is:

“I made a chicken salad today. Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it.”

The joke was posted on Twitter on January 7, 2011.

Similar jokes include “I made some fish tacos last night. But they just ignored them and swam away” and “I made some jerk chicken today. He didn’t even say ‘thank you’!”


Twitter
Laura Williams‏
@drummerlaura
I made a chicken salad today. Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it.
6:13 PM - 7 Jan 2011

Twitter
Shelf Side Spurs‏
@adypearson
I made a chicken salad today.
Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it.
6:17 PM - 7 Jan 2011

Twitter
Dave Roberts‏
@hi_robb
I made a chicken salad today.  Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it.
6:38 PM - 7 Jan 2011

23 January 2011, Sunday Tribune (Durban, South Africa), “Twit of the Week,” pg. 16:
I made a chicken salad today. Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it.

Twitter
Not Will Ferrell‏
@itsWillyFerrell
I made a chicken salad today… The little bastard didn’t even eat it.
11:30 PM - 15 Nov 2013

Facebook
Cop Humour Australia
May 1, 2014 ·
I made a chicken salad today.
Cheeky bastard didn’t even eat it.

FASAB (Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy)
I Made A Chicken Salad Today. It Didn’t Even Eat It.
June 4, 2015

Reddit—Jokes
I made a chicken salad this morning.
submitted May 18, 2017 by ilikechefboyardee
Stupid thing didn’t even eat it.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, May 18, 2017 • Permalink