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. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from March 16, 2022
“What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home?"/"A lepre-condo.”

"Leprecondo” (leprechaun + condo) is a popular St. Patrick’s Day joke. “LEPRECONDOS” was printed in a real estate ad in the San Angelo (TX) Standard-Times on March 17, 1985.

“WHAT DO YOU CALL THOSE LITTLE GREEN BUILDINGS INHABITED BY IRISH WEE FOLK? Leprecondos!” (a Hallmark card) was printed in The Avoyelles Journal (Marksville, LA) on February 23, 1986. “Overheard on St. Paddy’s Day: What do you call those little green buildings where Irish wee folk live? Leprecondos” was printed in the Boston (MA) Globe on March 19, 1989.

“What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home? A lepre-condo!” was printed in The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel (Tuscumbia, MO) on March 11, 2004. “ What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home? A lepre-condo” was printed in the Reader’s Digest on March 4, 2022.


Newspapers.com
17 March 1985, San Angelo (TX) Standard-Times, pg. 15C, col. 3 ad:
LEPRECONDOS
(Ben O’Neal Real Estate.—ed.)

Newspapers.com
23 February 1986, The Avoyelles Journal (Marksville, LA), pg. 6, col. 4 ad:
WHAT DO YOU CALL THOSE LITTLE GREEN BUILDINGS INHABITED BY IRISH WEE FOLK?
Leprecondos!
(Hallmark cards.—ed.)

Newspapers.com
19 March 1989, Boston (MA) Globe, “Lots & Blocks,” pg. A33, col. 4:
Overheard on St. Paddy’s Day: What do you call those little green buildings where Irish wee folk live? Leprecondos.
-- JOHN KING and TERESA M. HANAFIN

Newspapers.com
15 July 1990, Pacific Sunday News (Agana, Guam), “Just for Laughs,” Pennywhistle Press, pg. 4, col. 2:
Question: What kind of house does a leprechaun live in?
Answer: A leprecondo!
Kristin Hendershot Age 11
New Castle, Delaware

Newspapers.com
11 March 2004, The Miller County Autogram-Sentinel (Tuscumbia, MO), “St. Patrick’s Day Jokes,” pg. 13A, col. 2:
What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home?
A lepre-condo!

Twitter
Joshua Gray
@JGraytness
What do you call a house that a wee little Irishman lives in?  Leprecondos #shitmybrothersays
9:00 PM · Mar 17, 2011·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
emilee o’laoghaire
@_emmymae
What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home? #IrishJokes [ a lepre-condo ]
10:07 AM · Mar 17, 2011·Hootsuite

Google Books
The Aquarians:
Awakening the True Self

By Curran Glway
Bloomington, IN: iUniverse, Inc.
2012
Pg. 105:
“What do you call those small green buildings inhabited by the wee folks? (...) Leprecondos!”

Twitter
Music City Moms
@MusicCityMoms
Q: What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home?
A: A lepre-condo.
1:03 PM · Mar 17, 2013·Hootsuite

Reddit—Dadjokes
Posted by u/The_Prodigal_Pariah October 22, 2015
What kind of homes do leprechans live in?
Leprecondos.

Twitter
Arizona Spirit 🏳️‍🌈♈🐶🐶🐶
@ArizonaSpirit
Alexa jokes:
How did the meeting go between the cat and the couch?
Cataclawsmic.
Where do leprechauns live?
Leprecondos.
12:28 AM · Jul 6, 2021·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Angelo7266
@angelo7266
Dad Joke
What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home?
A lepre-condo
12:30 PM · Mar 3, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

Reader’s Digest
50 St. Patrick’s Day Jokes That Will Have You Dublin Over With Laughter
Emma Taubenfeld
Updated: Mar. 04, 2022
(...)
15. What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home? A lepre-condo.

Parade
You’ll Be “Dublin” Over in Laughter Once You Read These 100 Hilarious St. Patty’s Day Jokes
MARCH 17, 2022 – 6:39 AM
By MARYN LILES
(...)
24. What do you call a leprechaun’s vacation home?
A lepre-condo

Posted by Barry Popik
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