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 September 21, 2017
“What do you call a cow with a stutter that makes chocolate milk?"/"Cacao.”

"Cacao: a way to say cow with a stutter” was posted on Twitter on December 24, 2011. A riddle form of this was posted on Reddit—Jokes on September 21, 2017:

Q: What do you call a cow with a stutter that makes chocolate milk?
A: Cacao.



Twitter
Goose Honk‏
@GooseHonk
Hubby said, “Cacao!” and I said, “Did you just call me a cow?” and he said, “Did I STUTTER?” #stutteringjokesarefewandfarbetween
10:21 PM - 28 Jan 2011

Twitter
Harrison‏
@Sleestak_
cacao: a way to say cow with a stutter.
7:52 PM - 24 Dec 2011

Twitter
Becks B ‏
@Becks929B
Ca-cao, a cow with a stutter - Chris
7:07 AM - 4 Nov 2014

Twitter
Brian M Rosen‏
@musicvstheater
Cooking tip… Cacao is really just cow with a stutter.
5:10 PM - 12 Apr 2015

Twitter
Cody Clarke‏
@codyclarke
CACAO FACT: everyone who says the word ‘cacao’ sounds like they’re saying the word ‘cow’ and they have a stutter
3:09 AM - 14 Nov 2015

Reddit—Jokes
What do you call a cow with a stutter that makes chocolate milk?
submitted September 21, 2017 by aznflavin
Cacao

Twitter
Triston Stein‏
@SteinTriston
What do you call a cow with a stutter that makes chocolate milk?
12:51 AM - 21 Sep 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, September 21, 2017 • Permalink