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 April 18, 2020
NSFWFH (Not Safe For Work From Home)

The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic caused many people to work from home. “NSFW” (Not Safe For Work) became “NSFWFH” (Not Safe For Work From Home).

The “NSFWFH” (Not Safe For Work From Home) saying had been used earlier. “I knew that some videos are NSFW (not safe for work), discovering some are NSFWFH (not safe for working from home)” was posted on Twitter by andruspurde on October 22, 2012. “Pretty much anything is NSFWFH (not safe for work from home)” was posted on Twitter by FCT on May 18, 2013.

“NSFWFH: not safe for work from home” was posted on Twitter by CamCron on March 12, 2020. “NSFWFH (not safe for work from home)” was posted on Twitter by Julie Gabb on March 22, 2020. NSFWFH was entered in the Urban Dictionary on March 28, 2020.


Wikipedia: Not safe for work
Not safe for work (NSFW) is an Internet slang or shorthand used to mark links to content, videos or websites pages the viewer may not wish to be seen looking at in a public, formal or controlled environment. The marked content may contain nudity, intense sexuality, profanity, violence or other potentially disturbing subject matter.

Wikipedia: 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak
The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic is an ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The outbreak was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei, China, in December 2019, and was recognised as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March 2020.

Twitter
andruspurde
@andruspurde
I knew that some videos are NSFW (not safe for work), discovering some are NSFWFH (not safe for working from home).
6:26 AM · Oct 22, 2012·TweetDeck

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FCT
@fightcopytrolls
Pretty much anything is NSFWFH (not safe for work from home).
7:14 PM · May 18, 2013·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Philip Palermo
@Philip_Palermo
Acronym Proposal: NSFWFH (Not Safe For Work From Home)—For content you shouldn’t view even if you’re at home working alone in your PJs.
5:56 PM · Jan 8, 2015·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
CamCron
@CamCron
NSFWFH: not safe for work from home
2:47 PM · Mar 12, 2020·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Julie Gabb
@juliegabb
Replying to @SkrticX @Cleveland_PL and 6 others
NSFWFH (not safe for work from home)
1:39 PM · Mar 22, 2020·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Sara Alfageeh
@SaraAlfageeh
new tag: NSFWFH
Not Safe For Work From Home. Reply with pics of open office spaces.
10:17 PM · Mar 22, 2020·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Dap Scout
@dapscout
Replying to @DALLASBRADEN209
Please tag this #NSFWFH (not safe for work from home)...  It is now on a continuous loop and I can’t look away.
12:16 PM · Mar 23, 2020·Twitter for Android

Urban Dictionary
NSFWFH
Not Safe For Work From Home
Content, usually a photo that is inappropriate for the work place is deemed NSFW (not safe for work) as co-workers may be offended. With shelter-in-place rules due to COVID-19, many people are working from home with family present.
NSFWFH is the modern variation of NSFW.
#nsfw#wfh#not safe for work#shelter in place#covid-19
by DrRascal March 28, 2020

Twitter
DOVID-19
@dpstudiolab
New hashtag for the new working environment: #NSFWFH
Not Safe For Work From Home (especially for families with young children, etc.)
#NewNormal #SocialDistancing
11:13 AM · Apr 16, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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