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 April 29, 2021
“I see way too many gardens without tiny bearded figurines. The gnomeless”

Many homes have garden gnomes. Homes that do not have them are “gnomeless.”
   
“It you lose a garden gnome are you gnomeless? #themoreyouknow” was posted on Twitter by The Knower on October 8, 2012. “I’ve been stealing garden ornaments from my neighbour. Who shall remain gnomeless” was posted on Twitter by Stephen Holford on October 6, 2016.
   
“I see way too many gardens without tiny bearded figurines. We need to do something about the gnomeless population” was posted on Reddit—3amjokes on April 28, 2021.
       
   
Wikipedia: Garden gnome
Garden gnomes (German: Gartenzwerge, lit. ‘garden dwarfs’ ) are lawn ornament figurines of small humanoid creatures known as gnomes. Traditionally, the figurines depict male dwarfs wearing red pointy hats. Typically, gnomes stand between one and two feet (30 and 60 cm). A recent trend has introduced miniature gnomes of only a few inches in height. Originating as a decoration for the wealthy in Europe, garden gnomes are now prevalent in gardens and lawns throughout the western world, among all social classes, and often regarded as kitsch.
 
Twitter
Fred McLaren
@EnglishDrummer
“Tha’s right sir,” he replies, “the gnomeless, thems what’s without even two common or garden gnomes to rub together.”.
8:56 AM · Feb 24, 2012·Twitter Web Client
     
Twitter 
The Knower
@Knowofmanything
It you lose a garden gnome are you gnomeless? #themoreyouknow
4:24 PM · Oct 8, 2012·Twitter Web Client
 
Twitter
Phil Walker
@Philwalkercomic
At this time, spare a thought those less fortunate, living life without small bearded garden figurines: The Gnomeless. #ThoughtForToday
6:05 AM · Nov 24, 2015·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter
Stephen Holford
@SteveSunshines
I’ve been stealing garden ornaments from my neighbour
Who shall remain gnomeless
7:17 AM · Oct 6, 2016·Twitter Web Client
 
Twitter
Stephen Holford
@SteveSunshines
I’ve been stealing garden ornaments from my neighbour
(Who shall remain gnomeless)
9:12 AM · Oct 24, 2018·Twitter Web Client
 
Reddit—3amjokes
Posted by u/JoeFas April 28, 2021
I see way too many gardens without tiny bearded figurines.
We need to do something about the gnomeless population.
COMMENTS
wisdomtrumpet
You’re right. I dint find them gnome more.
 
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Brian W. Roberts
April 28, 2021 at 1:12 PM ·
I see way too many gardens without tiny bearded figurines.
We need to do something about the gnomeless population.

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