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 08, 2020
“If I hid a handgun in a bowl of guacamole, would it be called glockamole?”

A Glock is usually not found in guacamole, but there are jokes. A popular image shows a Glock in a pot of guacamole.

“You mean Glock-amole?"was posted on the newsgroup rec.guns on November 20, 1991. “RT @VivaLMainstream If I hid a handgun in a bowl of guacamole, would it be called glockamole?” was posted on Twitter by TheFrontloader.com on September 19, 2009.

“shit, i just dropped my gun in this fresh pot of guacamole #glockamole” was posted on Twitter by frank hinton on July 17, 2013. “Dropped my gun in the dip, call that glockamole” was posted on Twitter by Dominic Marchetti on February 6, 2014. “I dropped my gun in the avocado dip. Now it is glockamole” was posted on Reddit—Dadjokes on May 16, 2020.


Google Groups: rec.guns
Re; Glock Fodder
Rob Boudrie
11/20/91
#Vietam-era body armor—minus its plates—and became Glock-fodder.
^^^^^^^^^^^^
You mean Glock-amole?

Google Groups: rec.guns
Blessed Sig 210???????
Bob DeBula
4/16/92
(...)
MODERATOR:  That’s the way the rest of us do it.  In the mean time,
you should do what your humble moderator did, and buy a Glock 21 to
amuse youself and protect your estate (gulp, its out of the closet
for me now.... yes, your moderator owns the evil plastic utensile
for making glock-amole at social occasions).

Twitter
TJ
@TJtheHeadphoned
Replying to @thefrontloader
@thefrontloader If I hid a handgun in a bowl of guacamole, would it be called glockamole?
9:37 PM · Sep 19, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
TheFrontloader.com
@thefrontloader
HAHA!!! That’s the spirit! RT @VivaLMainstream If I hid a handgun in a bowl of guacamole, would it be called glockamole?
9:38 PM · Sep 19, 2009·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Twexy.me Team
@twexyme
#unword glockamole: Glockamole, noun. Chip dip or topping made from avocados stolen at gunpoint.
(viahttp://www.un… http://bit.ly/cjDgIl
11:49 AM · Feb 12, 2010·twitterfeed

Twitter
NowOnZazzle
@NowOnZazzle
Glockamole: Glock and Avocado combined. http://bit.ly/lOwTXF
8:43 PM · Jun 22, 2011·twitterfeed

Twitter
xavier
@CRITICALVIBES
Recipe:
1 pistol
1 oz. guacamole
Yields 5 servings of Glockamole
9:13 PM · Jul 16, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
frank hinton
@frankhinton
shit, i just dropped my gun in this fresh pot of guacamole #glockamole
5:59 PM · Jul 17, 2013·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Dominic Marchetti
@MarchettiDom
Dropped my gun in the dip, call that glockamole.
8:59 AM · Feb 6, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Reddit—Funny
Posted by u/BigLlamasHouse August 20, 2015
Glockamole

delish
This Woman Claims She Found A Bullet In Her Avocado
People are calling it “glock-amole.”

by RAYNE ELLIS
JUN 13, 2017

Twitter
Mark Easter “The Old Guy”
@markeaster2
Replying to @reneknottsports
I went to a gangsta Mexican restaurant, I had a bullet in my avocado dip, I complained.
Waiter said: That is Glockamole!
6:27 AM · Feb 1, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Gimbal Locke
@GimbalLocke
When you mash avocado by shooting it with your pistol, it’s called Glockamole.
10:05 PM · Feb 15, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Torjack Arrest
@Jolliburikat
What kind of gun does an avocado farmer use?
A glockamole
Charot :(
12:12 PM · Apr 1, 2019·Twitter Web App

Reddit—Funny
Posted by u/kriegerwaves April 18, 2019
Glockamole!

Reddit—Dadjokes
Posted by u/KW-DadJoker May 16, 2020
I dropped my gun in the avocado dip. . .
Now is glockamole.
I don’t care, I’ll eat it anyway tomorrow on my toast for breakfast at ate a glock in the morning.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Friday, May 08, 2020 • Permalink