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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Entry from December 24, 2019
“Out of the 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas. The other letters were not-E”

Santa Claus, according to the legend, makes a list of all the children who were naughty and nice, and brings Christmas presents only to the nice children. A pun was posted on Reddit—Jokes on December 25, 2019:

“Out of the 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas. The other letters were not-E.”

“Not E” sounds like “naughty.”


Reddit—Jokes
Posted by u/one_pun_man_ December 25, 2019
Out of the 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas.
The other letters were not-E.

Twitter
BLH
@BLH_BLH
Out of the 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas.
The other letters were not-E.
4:09 AM · Dec 25, 2019·Twitter Web App

Twitter
Lame Jokes
@lamejokes_net
Out of the 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas. : The other letters were not-E.
9:59 AM · Dec 25, 2019·IFTTT

Twitter
The Reverend Disco Volante™
@TheWhiteSpade21
Out of all 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas. All the other letters were not-E.
2:44 PM · Dec 25, 2019·Twitter for Android

Reddit—FreeKarma4You
Posted by u/WoodpeckerBaby December 25, 2019
Out of the 26 letters, only E got presents for Christmas.
The other letters were not-E.

Posted by Barry Popik
Tuesday, December 24, 2019 • Permalink