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 January 31, 2018
“Pomegranate is the corn of fruit”

A pomegranate has many seeds; corn has many kernels. “Pomegranates are like the corn of fruit” was posted on Twitter on January 12, 2010. “Pomegranates are the corn of fruit” was posted on Twitter on December 1, 2012.

“Pomegranate is the corn of fruit” was posted on Twitter on April 21. 2013, and posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on January 31, 2018.


Twitter
Corrie Leech‏
@corrieleech
pomegranates are like the corn of fruit.
9:12 AM - 12 Jan 2010

Twitter
Katrina‏
@ktreenuts
Pomegranates are the corn of fruit
10:12 PM - 1 Dec 2012

Twitter
DANNY DJELJOSEVIC‏
@djeljosevic
Pomegranate is the corn of fruit
11:32 AM - 21 Apr 2013

Twitter
Chris Weiss‏
@chrsweiss
Pomegranate is the corn of fruit. Who knew…
5:22 PM - 26 Oct 2013

Twitter
Bethany‏
@BethanyCantor
My best friend today, “I feel like pomegranate is the corn of fruit.” Yep.
4:29 PM - 9 Dec 2013

Twitter
Adam Brake‏
@AdamCbrake
pomegranate is the corn of fruit
4:39 PM - 12 Jan 2014

Twitter
everything‏
@harryfcknpothed
Pomegranate is like the corn of fruit lol
9:41 PM - 26 Oct 2014 from Flint, MI

Twitter
Grace Malerba‏
@malerba_grace
“Pomegranate seeds are the corn of fruit” - J. Emerson
8:27 AM - 18 Apr 2017

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
Pomegranate is the corn of fruit.
submitted January 31, 2018 by bad_at_formatting

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Wednesday, January 31, 2018 • Permalink