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 February 13, 2021
“Maybe plants are farming us, giving us oxygen until we decompose and they can eat us”

"Maybe plants are farming us, supplying us with oxygen until we all die, then decompose in the ground and feed them” is a saying that has been printed on many images. This thought—the reverse of “we farm plants”—has been expressed in many slightly different ways.

“What if plants are farming us? What if plants cultivated animal life so they could do more?” was posted on Twitter by Social Distance Expert Jess on October 12, 2013. “Maybe actually plants are farming us, giving us oxygen until we eventually die, decompose and they can consume us” was posted on Twitter by Mother Of Sarcasm on October 21, 2016.

“Maybe plants are farming us, giving us oxygen until we decompose and they can eat us” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on October 17, 2017. “Maybe plants are farming us, supplying us with oxygen until we all die then decompose in the ground and feed them” was posted on Twitter by Bob Kostic on March 30, 2018.


Twitter
Social Distance Expert Jess
@mizujada
What if plants are farming us? What if plants cultivated animal life so they could do more?
6:25 PM · Oct 12, 2013·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
आंदोलनजीवी Godfather
@The_Godfather1
Maybe actually plants are farming us, giving us oxygen until we eventually, decompose and they can consume us
1:48 PM · Oct 21, 2016·IFTTT

Twitter
Mother Of Sarcasm
@SarcasmMother
Maybe actually plants are farming us, giving us oxygen until we eventually die, decompose and they can consume us
1:50 PM · Oct 21, 2016·Twitter Web App

Reddit—WritingPrompts
Posted by u/fargoniac October 21, 2017
[WP] Humans aren’t farming plants. The plants are farming *us*, making us tend to them for survival and waiting for us to decay into the mulch they need.

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/spadesMagic December 31, 2016
Maybe plants are farming us, giving us oxygen to breathe so we can die and turn into mulch for them.

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/SkimShadyIV September 8, 2017
Maybe plants are actually farming us, and they make us oxygen until we die and decompose so they can consume us.

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/BuddyPeanuts October 17, 2017
Maybe plants are farming us, giving us oxygen until we decompose and they can eat us

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/VengeanceSeeker343 January 7, 2018
What if plants are farming us? By giving us oxygen they let us live and die, then the oxygen decomposes us, so they get nutrients.

Twitter
Bob Kostic
@causticbob
Maybe plants are farming us, supplying us with oxygen until we all die then decompose in the ground and feed them.
3:55 PM · Mar 30, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Reddit—Oneliners
Posted by u/madazzahatter March 31, 2018
Maybe plants are farming us, supplying us with oxygen until we all die, then compose in the ground and feed them.

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/SuPeRbLaZe123 September 16, 2019
In reality, plants are farming us by giving us oxygen so we live and reproduce so we die and decompose so plants can consume us

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/Craftycorecreep May 16, 2020
Plants are farming us by giving us food to eat and oxygen to breathe until we die so they can feast on our decomposed remains

Twitter
Vik!
@VikkoMode
Life changes when you realize plants are farming us too
They give us the oxygen we need until we die, and then they take our nutrients when we decompose
8:08 PM · Jan 6, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

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