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 March 08, 2017
“My kids say I’m hopeless at fixing appliances. Well, they’re in for a shock”

A joke about appliances and electricity is:

“My girlfriend says I’m hopeless at fixing appliances. Well, she’s in for a shock.”

The pun was posted on Reddit—Jokes on April 29,, 2016. “Girlfriend” is often replaced with “wife,” “boyfriend” or “kids.”


Reddit—Jokes
My girlfriend says I’m hopeless at fixing appliances.
submitted April 26, 2016 by lacan123
Well she’s in for a shock.

Twitter
me‏
@not_actuallyme
My girlfriend says I’m hopeless at fixing appliances. via /r/Jokes http://ift.tt/1TtWNUC
1:28 AM - 26 Apr 2016

Twitter
Liquid Independence‏
@Liquid_f35
My roommate says I’m hopeless at fixing appliances.
Well he’s in for a shock :D #joke
2:47 PM - 26 Apr 2016

Twitter
🌼 ᑎITOᖇI 🌼‏
@ppardoria
MY BOYFRIEND SAYS I’M HOPELESS AT FIXING APPLIANCES.
Well, he’s in for a shock.
12:24 AM - 3 May 2016

Twitter
Timothy Wycislak‏
@TimWycislak
My wife says I’m hopeless at fixing appliances. Well, she’s in for a shock. #lamejoke
7:30 AM - 3 May 2016

Reddit—Jokes
My kids say I’m hopeless at fixing appliances…
submitted March 9, 2017 by madazzahatter
Well, they’re in for a shock…

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