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 28, 2020
“Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid”

Lost socks in the dryer and Tupperware lids that don’t fit any of your containers are familiar parts of many people’s home life. “Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers” is a saying that has been printed on many images.

“‘When you lose a sock in the wash, it comes back as an extra Tupperware lid.’ - Brendan the Wind Gypsy #deepthoughts #life #workconvos” was posted on Twitter by •WindGypsy• Meredith on October 7, 2015. “Everytime you lose a sock it comes back as a Tupperware lid” was posted on Twitter by Rob Yeo ✏️ on June 29, 2017. “Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers🤣” was posted on Twitter by Amanda on August 28, 2018. 

“My Tupperware lids and single socks are chilling somewhere laughing at me. Jerks” is a similar saying.


Wikipedia: Tupperware Brands
Tupperware Brands Corporation, formerly Tupperware Corporation, is an American multinational direct selling company. Its main focus is kitchen and household products, particularly plastic containers for food storage and preparation. By extension, plastic food containers in general are often referred to as Tupperware.

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•WindGypsy• Meredith
@LifeAmongGiants
“When you lose a sock in the wash, it comes back as an extra Tupperware lid.” - Brendan the Wind Gypsy #deepthoughts #life #workconvos
10:37 AM · Oct 7, 2015·Twitter for iPhone

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Timothy Tillotson
@Tim_o_Tee17
It all makes sense now. When you lose a sock in the dryer it comes back as an extra Tupperware lid.
2:40 PM · Oct 29, 2015·Twitter for iPhone

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charlie
@Heatonish
Pretty sure that whenever I lose a sock when I’m washing it comes back to me in the form of a fucking Tupperware lid
7:00 AM · Nov 10, 2015·Twitter for iPhone

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Rob Yeo ✏️
@robjyeo
Everytime you lose a sock it comes back as a Tupperware lid
4:03 AM · Jun 29, 2017·Twitter for Android

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Michael
@Michael_95_S
Im convinced everytime you lose a sock in the washing, it comes back as an extra tupperware lid 🤔
3:50 PM · Jul 18, 2017·Twitter for iPhone

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.:RiotGrl:.
@RiotGrlErin
I’m almost positive that when I lose a sock it comes back as a Tupperware lid.
6:17 PM · Apr 1, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

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Amanda
@mxnders_
Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers🤣
3:48 PM · Aug 28, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

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The Amazing Magic Of Wayne Anderson
September 3, 2018 ·
Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers

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The Real Sassy
@TheRealSassy1
Remember, if you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers.
2:19 PM · Aug 20, 2019·Twitter for Android

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🤣 The Dad Joke Man 😉
@DadJokeMan
FUN FACT ! If you lose a sock in the tumble dryer, it comes back as a plastic Tupperware lid which doesn’t fit any of your containers…
#SundayMorning #SundayThoughts
3:17 AM · Sep 15, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

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Dean Wootton
@DeanWootton
REMEMBER:
If you lose a sock in the tumble dryer it comes back as a Tupperware lid that doesn’t fit anything.
#TuesdayThoughts
1:27 PM · Jan 28, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

Posted by Barry Popik
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