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 July 25, 2015
Day 7—Saturday

The following words or phrases are about Saturday:
       
“Better days are coming. They are called Saturday and Sunday”
“Better days are just around the corner. They are called Friday, Saturday and Sunday”
“Cheers to the weekend. May your coffee be strong, your pajamas comfy and your naps uninterrupted!”
“Forecast for tonight is alcohol, low standards and poor decisions”
“Good morning. Today’s Saturday and I like to be what I call ‘comfortably caffeinated‘“
“How do you make a blonde laugh on Saturday?”/“Tell her a joke on Wednesday.”
“How the days feel: Mooooooonday Tueeeeeesday Weednesday Thuursday Friday Strdy S”
“I don’t care what day it is. It’s early… I’m grumpy… I want coffee”
“I have a feeling that my ‘check liver’ light’ may come on this weekend”
“I swear it was Friday like 5 minutes ago”
“I swear it was Friday like 2 seconds ago”
“I’m retired. Every day is Saturday”
“It’s Saturday. I plan on doing nothing and plenty of it”
“It’s Saturday! The only decision you need to make is bottle or glass”
“It’s the weekend, baby! Might mess around and use a different setting on the washing machine”
“July is like the Saturday of summer”
“Let’s get this weekend going, people! That wine ain’t gonna pour itself!”
“Let’s get this weekend started, people! This wine ain’t gonna pour itself!”
“Live, from New York! It’s Saturday Night!” (Saturday Night Live)
“May everything you want this weekend be within reach of the couch”
“May everything you want this weekend be within reach of your couch”
“Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday blink Monday”
“Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday blink Monday”
“My body only fights off illness on Saturday and Sunday. I have a weekend immune system”
“My favorite holiday is Saturday”
“My goal this weekend is to move just enough so people don’t think I’m dead”
“My Saturday was going pretty well until I realized it was Sunday”
“On any given Sunday” (“On any given Saturday”)
“On Saturday mornings, I like to wake up slow and sit on the couch having coffee for 37 hours”
“On Saturdays we wear pajamas”
“Paychecks and weekends have a lot in common. They are short and don’t last long enough”
“Satire is something that closes on Saturday night” (theatre adage)
“Saturday—the day kids jump out of bed at 6am”
“Saturdays are for adventure; Sundays are for cuddling”
“The best day between yesterday and tomorrow is Saturday”
“The only thing that travels faster than light is weekends”
“The weekend should get a speeding ticket”
“Weekend Forecast: Mostly drunk with a chance of horny”
“Weekends don’t count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless”
“Weekends used to feel like mini vacations. Now they feel like the minute boxers get”
“What’s the shittiest day of the week?”/“SaTURDay.”
Panic Saturday or Super Saturday (Saturday before Christmas)
POETS Day (Piss Off Early, Tomorrow’s Saturday)
Saturday Night Liberal (Saturday Night Live or SNL nickname)
Saturday Night Special
Shit-faced Saturday
Sloppy Saturday
Sloshed Saturday
Small Business Saturday
Smashed Saturday
Still Not Laughing (Saturday Night Live or SNL backronym)
Super Saturday or Panic Saturday (Saturday before Christmas)

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityCalendar • Saturday, July 25, 2015 • Permalink


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