A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from November 30, 2017
“Who currently provides your internet?"/"My next-door neighbor.”

An internet joke was posted on Twitter by sickipediebot on August 20, 2013:

A salesman knocked on my door today.
“Who currently provides your Internet?” he asked.
I said, “My next door neighbour.”


The joke means that the internet usage is stolen.


Twitter
Timmy‏
@united90
A salesman knocked on my door today.
“Who currently provides your Internet?” he asked.
I said, “My next door neighbour.”
9:26 AM - 20 Aug 2013

Twitter
jak‏
@TheLittleWaster
A salesman knocked on my door today.
“Who currently provides your Internet?” he asked.
I said, “My next door neighbour.”
9:29 AM - 20 Aug 2013

Twitter
sickipediabot‏
@sickipediabot
A salesman knocked on my door today.
“Who currently provides your Internet?” he asked.
I said, “My next door neighbour.”
10:46 AM - 20 Aug 2013

Facebook
Abe party de
August 24, 2013 ·
A salesman knocked on my door today.
“Who currently provides your Internet?” he asked.
I said, “My next door neighbour.”

Google Books
More One Liners, Jokes and Gags
Compiled by Grant Tucker
London, UK: Biteback Publishing
2013
Pg. ?:
A salesman knocked on my door today. ‘Who currently provides your internet?’ he asked. I said, ‘My next-door neighbour.’

Twitter
Shit Jokes‏
@ShitJokes
A salesman knocked on my door yesterday and said, “ Who currently provides your internet?”
I said, “My next door neighbour.”
3:45 PM - 30 Nov 2017

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityMedia/Newspapers/Magazines/Internet • Thursday, November 30, 2017 • Permalink