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 January 07, 2018
“Why do all hot dogs look the same?"/"Because they are in bread.”

"Inbred” sounds like “in bread.” “Greg: Why do these hamburgers and hot dogs look so weird? Me: Because they’re inbred (bread)” was posted on Twitter on August 2, 2011.

A riddle was posted on Reddit—3amjokes on January 2, 2018:

Q: Why do all hot dogs look the same?
A: Because they’re in-bread.



Twitter
😙 🍷 🍺 😄‏
@scarebabyfordie
Greg: Why do these hamburgers and hot dogs look so weird? Me: Because they’re inbred (bread).
12:17 PM - 2 Aug 2011

Reddit—3amjokes
Why do all hot dogs look the same? self.3amjokes
Submitted January 2, 2018 by mdeer76
Because they’re in-bread

Twitter
aka_enabler‏
@aka_enabler
Why do hot dogs look alike? Because they’re in bread.
11:37 AM - 2 Jan 2018 from Chicago, IL

Twitter
3AM‏
@3AM_Jokes
Why do all hot dogs look the same?... Because they’re in-bread
2:36 PM - 2 Jan 2018

Reddit—Dad Jokes
Hot dogs (self.dadjokes)
submitted January 8, 2018 by Askanisondayspring
Why do all hot dogs look the same?
Because they are in bread.

Twitter
Kevin O‏
@crow930
Why do all hot dogs look the same?
Because they’re in-bread
#BadJokeMonday
10:47 AM - 8 Jan 2018

Twitter
keepingitcreel‏
@Keepingitcreel
Hot dogs Why do all hot dogs look the same?Because they are in bread.
11:17 AM - 8 Jan 2018

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Sunday, January 07, 2018 • Permalink