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 April 02, 2018
“The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it”

Bringing lunch to work causes temptations. “The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour” is a saying that was posted on Twitter by Bad Bad Leeroy Brown on September 12, 2011.


Twitter
Bad Bad Leeroy Brown
@bdbdleeroybrown
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour.
7:50 PM - 12 Sep 2011

Twitter
♫ Miz
@Mike_Charmming
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour.
9:51 AM - 13 Sep 2011

Twitter
Enlarge Media Group
@enlargemedia
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour.
12:17 PM - 13 Sep 2011

Funny Status
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is…
January 24, 2013 Work Status Updates
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour.

Twitter
Jane
@ZanyJaney11
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour.
5:13 PM - 29 Sep 2014

Twitter
Bill Murray
@BiIIMurray
The hardest part of bringing your lunch to work is resisting the temptation to eat it in the first half hour.
10:29 AM - 3 Apr 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Monday, April 02, 2018 • Permalink