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 August 15, 2019
“Three of the hardest things to say: 1. I was wrong, 2. I love you, 3. Worcestershire Sauce”

"Worcestershire Sauce” is difficult for many to pronounce. “Sometimes, the hardest things to say are’"I’m sorry’, ‘You were right’, ‘Worcestershire sauce’, and ‘Mohorovičić discontinuity’” is a joke that was posted on Twitter by Gach on November 13, 2013.

“The top three hardest things to say are: 1.  I was wrong, 2.  I need help 3.  Worcestershire sauce” was posted on Twitter by Meanwhile in Canada on July 29, 2019. “Three of the hardest things to say: 1. I was wrong, 2. I love you, 3. Worcestershire Sauce” was posted on Reddit—Jokes on August 15, 2019.


Wikipedia: Worcestershire sauce
Worcestershire (/ˈwʊstərʃər/ WUUS-tər-shər) or Worcester sauce (/ˌwʊstər ˈsɔːs/ (About this soundlisten) WUUS-tər SAWSS) is a fermented liquid condiment created in the city of Worcester in Worcestershire, England, in the first half of the 19th century. The creators were the chemists John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins, who went on to form the company Lea & Perrins. Worcestershire sauce has been considered a generic term since 1876, when the English High Court of Justice ruled that Lea & Perrins did not own the trademark to “Worcestershire”.

Worcestershire sauce is frequently used to enhance food and drink recipes, including Welsh rarebit, Caesar salad, Oysters Kirkpatrick, and deviled eggs.

YouTube
How To Pronounce Worcestershire
PronunciationHub
Published on Dec 27, 2011
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How to Pronounce WORCESTERSHIRE—AMERICAN ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION
Rachel’s English
Published on Aug 29, 2013
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ESL: How the heck is ‘worcestershire sauce’ pronounced?  This one is difficult for Americans too!

Twitter
Gach
@Joegachira
Sometimes, the hardest things to say are “I’m sorry”, “You were right”, “Worcestershire sauce”, and “Mohorovičić discontinuity.”
2:13 PM · Nov 13, 2013·Twitter for BlackBerry®

Twitter
blondie.
@Tsundu_xo
Sometimes, the hardest things to say are “I’m sorry”, “You were right”, “Worcestershire sauce”, and
“Mohorovičić discontinuity”.
4:55 AM · Dec 13, 2013·Mobile Web (M2)

Twitter
Discordian Quotes
@discordianquote
Sometimes, the hardest things to say are “I’m sorry”, “You were right”, “Worcestershire sauce”, and “Mohoroviči… http://discordianquotes.com/quote/hardest-things-say-im-sorry-right-worcestershire-sauce
5:42 AM · Jul 16, 2014·Discordian Quotes

Twitter
Cameron Stewart
@camstew
Sometimes, the hardest things to say are “I’m sorry,” or “You were right,” or “Worcestershire sauce.”
3:11 PM · Sep 5, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Meanwhile in Canada
@MeanwhileinCana
The top three hardest things to say are:
1.  I was wrong
2.  I need help
3.  Worcestershire sauce
9:18 PM · Jul 29, 2019·Twitter Web App

Twitter
I am
@IMPeachlander
From Meanwhile in Canada.
“The three hardest things to say are:
I was wrong.
I need help.
Worcestershire Sauce.”
I know, it’s pronounced - Woostersheer) The rest is up to you. 😀☀️
6:45 PM · Aug 2, 2019·Twitter Web App

Reddit—Jokes
Posted by u/Ixz72 August 15, 2019
Three of the hardest things to say…
1. I was wrong.
2. I love you.
3. Worcestershire Sauce

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, August 15, 2019 • Permalink