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.

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“If you can read this, I’m faster than you” (4/20)
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Entry from July 20, 2018
“No matter how beautiful you think the song is, the moment you use it as an alarm, it’s over”

"It stops being your favorite song when you use it as an alarm clock” is an alarm clock saying that was posted on Twitter by “black af” on August 28, 2011. “@evanpd: No matter how good a song is.. if you use it as an alarm tune, eventually you will hate that song” was posted on Twitter on February 6, 2012.

“No matter how beautiful you think the song is, the moment you use it as an alarm it’s over” was posted on Twitter by Don on Juoy 4, 2016. Authorship is probably from an image.


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black af
@_blackaf
it stops being your favorite song when you use it as an alarm clock -.-
6:49 PM - 28 Aug 2011

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Jime Benitez
@JimeBenitez24
the awkward moment when you start hating your favorite song just because you use it as an alarm clock…
6:55 PM - 21 Dec 2011

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Shinta Ayu
@Shintaayud
RT @evanpd: No matter how good a song is.. if you use it as an alarm tune, eventually you will hate that song
10:06 AM - 6 Feb 2012

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Hemin Desai
@hemin_desai
They say you’ll eventually hate the song you like if you use it as an alarm clock, but I plan on waking up to POWER everyday.
2:45 PM - 6 Aug 2012 from Toronto, Ontario

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Don
@d0nmagno
even your favorite song becomes irritating when you use it as an alarm
9:28 AM - 18 Nov 2013

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Hannah
@HannahJaneA98
Even you’re favorite song gets annoying when you use it as an alarm 😩
2:58 PM - 9 Dec 2013

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Don
@granadsyo
No matter how beautiful you think the song is, the moment you use it as an alarm it’s over
11:51 AM - 4 Jul 2016

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PurpleClover
@PurpleClvr
No matter how beautiful you think a song is, the moment you use it as an alarm, it’s over.
8:00 AM - 18 Jul 2016

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lorraine Jo King
@LahLahBean
("No matter how beautiful you think a song is, the moment you use it as an alarm it’s over” is shown over the rock band The Beatles.—ed.)
#funnymemes
1:12 AM - 21 Jul 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityMusic/Dance/Theatre/Film • Friday, July 20, 2018 • Permalink