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 November 14, 2020
“Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You’re designed to drink more and care less”

"Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You’re designed to drink more and care less” is a jocular saying (usually accompanied by an anatomy diagram) that has been printed on many images.

Authorship is somewhat uncertain. “Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less” was posted on Twitter by No Way on December 11, 2013. “@Scott_McFly: Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less” was posted on Twitter by GBŁOCK_CHEEKS (and many others) on December 13, 2013. The account “@Scott_McFly” was suspended by Twitter and this tweet no longer exists, but it was probably two days later than the No Way tweet.

“Too long ago to remember, but someone probably made a similar joke with their brain and dick and I just rewrote it to be about drinking. This version I did make up though” was posted on Twitter by No Way on November 14, 2020, in response to this entry.


Twitter
No Way
@venomjunkie2
Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less.
7:40 AM · Dec 11, 2013·Favstar.FM

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GBŁOCK_CHEEKS
@ChEeKsDoNtCaRE
@Scott_McFly: Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less.”
8:40 PM · Dec 13, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

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Mae.
@maegancrayon
“@Scott_McFly: Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less.”
8:41 PM · Dec 13, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Coop
@Alexis_Lauren13
“@Scott_McFly: Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less.”
8:41 PM · Dec 13, 2013·Twitter for Android

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Shelby Lynn
@ShellBOlson
“@Scott_McFly: Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less.” #hellooooo #truth
8:43 PM · Dec 13, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

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Men’s Humor
@MensHumor
Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less. #Science
1:00 PM · Jun 13, 2015·Twitter Ads

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T.J. Brown
@TJBrown26
Bumper sticker I read in JC: Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You are designed to drink more and care less.
8:30 AM · Jun 22, 2015·Twitter Web Client

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Wheezy Nurse© MSN RN
@WheezyNurse
Compare the size of your liver to the size of your heart & you’ll see the human body was anatomically designed to drink more & care less✌🏼
2:04 AM · Mar 15, 2016·Twitter for iPhone

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Medical Videos
@TheMedicaIVideo
Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You’re designed to drink more and care less
8:16 PM · Aug 24, 2020·Twitter Web App

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Medical Encyclopaedia
@medi_cosity
Look at the size of your liver compared to your heart. You’re designed to drink more and care less
9:17 PM · Oct 23, 2020·Twitter for Android

Twitter
No Way
@venomjunkie2
Replying to @barrypopik
Too long ago to remember, but someone probably made a similar joke with their brain and dick and I just rewrote it to be about drinking. This version I did make up though…
11:49 PM · Nov 14, 2020·Twitter Web App

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Saturday, November 14, 2020 • Permalink