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 Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from November 24, 2022
“May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it”

"May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it” is a Thanksgiving saying that has been printed on many images. The Urban Dictionary has many entries for “moist.”

“May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it. http://some.ly/lTFkO4n via @someecards” was posted on Twitter by Maura Leary on November 26, 2014. The saying originated on this ecard by Someecards.


Twitter
Stefanie Gibbs
@georgianbelle
May your #turkey be moist AND no one use that word to describe it.
11:35 AM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
饾暱饾枍饾枟饾枎饾枒饾枒饾枈饾枟 饾暛饾枎饾枔饾枌饾枈饾枟 饾暡饾枎饾枟饾枒馃摎
@Sick_Doll
May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it.
11:43 AM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter for Android

Twitter
KC Water
@KCMOwater
Thinking of tomorrow… May your turkey be #moist and may no one use that word to describe it. #Thanksgiving #KCMO
12:41 PM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Thankful Mike
@MikeAmmo
May your turkey be moist and may no one use that term to describe it.
1:16 PM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter Web Client

Twitter
馃懡Name Cannot Be Blank馃懡
@Vermette88
May your turkey be moist, and may no one use that word to describe it. #HappyThanksgiving
2:26 PM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Maura Leary
@MauraL33
May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it. http://some.ly/lTFkO4n via @someecards
6:38 PM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter for Websites

Twitter
Allison
@akauffmann88
May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it. http://some.ly/lTFkO4n via @someecards
7:32 PM 路 Nov 26, 2014路Twitter for Websites

Twitter
YourLuckyClover
@UrLuckyClover7
May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it.
4:48 PM 路 Nov 22, 2018路Twitter for iPhone

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(...)
May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it.

Elite Daily
32 Turkey-Inspired Captions For Thanksgiving, Because You’re All About That Baste
by KRISTIN CORPUZ
UPDATED: NOVEMBER 7, 2019
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 7, 2018
(...)
21. “May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it.”

Seventeen
150 Thanksgiving Instagram Captions That Will Make Your Followers Feel Thankful For Your Pics
“I came in like a butterball.”

BY TAMARA FUENTES, KORI WILLIAMS AND JASMINE WASHINGTON UPDATED: NOV 4, 2022
(...)
“May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it.”

Parade
75 Thanksgiving Wishes to Remind Your Loved Ones to Count Their Blessings (And of How Much They Love You)
Wish those in your life a happy Thanksgiving with these sweet greetings.

JESSICA SAGER
November 24, 2022
(...)
65. This Thanksgiving, may your turkey be moist (but may no one at your table say the word “moist").

YourTango
50 Funny Thanksgiving Memes To Make You Laugh Like A Real Turkey
By Jill Zwarensteyn 鈥 Updated on Nov 24, 2022
(...)
47. For real though.
“May your turkey be moist and may no one use that word to describe it.”

Twitter
El Arroyo
@ElArroyo_ATX
Happy happy thanksgiving y鈥檃ll! https://instagr.am/p/ClWdd2oOeZs/
(The following text is shown on the restaurant’s sign.—ed.)
MAY YOUR TURKEY
BE MOIST & MAY NO
ONE USE THAT WORD
TO DESCRIBE IT
12:19 PM 路 Nov 24, 2022路IFTTT

Posted by Barry Popik
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