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 August 18, 2021
“McDonald’s is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter. They are calling it Mc Dill Dough”

"I see McDonald’s is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter… They are going to call it the Mc Dill Dough”—a pun on “dildo”— is a saying that has been printed on many images. McDonald’s fast food restaurants use “Mc” in several food names.

“RT @wooliewombat: mcdonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter calling it the mcdilldough” was posted on Twitter by Stephanie Mason on October 8, 2009. (The original tweet is no longer available.) “mcdonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter. they are going to call it the mc dill dough” was posted on Twitter by Elise DeGrace on December 14, 2009.

“I see McDonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter...they are gonna call it the Mc Dill Dough!!” was posted on Twitter by Chris Minichiello on March 6, 2013. “I see McDonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter… Uh yes..they’re going to call it the Mc Dill Dough LOL!!!!!” was posted on Twitter by ThiSD!$hOfPea©e on March 7, 2013. This version was probably popularized on this ecard.

Similar “dill” and “dildo” puns include “What do you call a deer that eats pickles?"/"A dill doe” and “What do you need to make dill bread?"/"Dill dough.”


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Stephanie Mason
@hitherestephie
RT @wooliewombat: mcdonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter calling it the mcdilldough
9:06 AM · Oct 8, 2009·Twitter Web Client

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Elise DeGrace
@eliseofgrace
mcdonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter. they are going to call it the mc dill dough.
3:19 PM · Dec 14, 2009·Twitter Web Client

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Kimberly
@ima_bamf
McDonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter… they are calling it the Mc Dill Dough
3:12 PM · Jan 5, 2010·Twitter SMS

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Kevin barber
@Blackzilla29
Me thinks McDonald’s should start selling a deep fried pickle covered in batter. They can call it the McDillDough.
1:08 PM · Mar 26, 2010·Twitter Web Client

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Enrique Soto
@YungRekay91
thinks McDonald’s should start selling a deep fried pickle covered in batter. They can call it the McDillDough.
3:18 PM · Mar 26, 2010·erased858

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Steven Winterburn
@5tevenw
McDonald’s should start selling a deep fried pickle covered in batter. They can call it the McDillDough.
4:53 PM · Mar 29, 2010·Twitter Web Client

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Chris Minichiello
@christophermini
I see McDonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter...they are gonna call it the Mc Dill Dough!!
8:19 PM · Mar 6, 2013·Twitter Web Client

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ThiSD!$hOfPea©e
@pBigM16
I see McDonalds is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter… Uh yes..they’re going to call it the Mc Dill Dough LOL!!!!!
10:18 PM · Mar 7, 2013·Twitter for iPhone

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Tammy Sharp
@dirtygurl6969
I see McDonald’s is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter. They are going to call it the McDill Dough.  I will take 2 please!
10:24 PM · Mar 7, 2013·Twitter Web Client

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I_am_funny
@Iamfunn63368038
Replying to @toyarav
thinks McDonald’s should start selling a deep fried pickle covered in batter. They can call it the McDillDough.
10:56 AM · Jul 14, 2021·Twitter for Android

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monica0321
@monicag0321
I see McDonald’s is making a deep fried pickle covered in batter.  They are going to call it the Mcdill-dough
12:41 PM · Aug 13, 2021·Twitter for iPhone

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