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 January 12, 2020
“There is never a line to the urinal at a water park”

It’s a common observation that many people urinate in the water while at a water park. “Why is there never a line for the bathroom at the water park?” was posted on Twitter by Charley Not Charlie on September 10, 2008. “Ever notice there’s never a line for the urinals at a water park?” was posted on Twitter by Derik Boik on March 11, 2010. “Has anybody else ever noticed that there is never a line for a Water Park restroom?” was posted on Twitter by Alexxx Carson on April 12, 2010.
 
The website Indexed, on August 19, 2010, showed a Venn diagram with “urine” intersecting with “pool,” and titled, “There is never a line for the restroom at a waterpark.”
 
“No matter how busy it is, there is never a line to the urinal at a water park” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on January 12, 2020.
     
     
Wikipedia: Water park
A water park or waterpark is an amusement park that features water play areas such as swimming pools, water slides, splash pads, water playgrounds, and lazy rivers, as well as areas for bathing, swimming, and other barefoot environments. Modern water parks may also be equipped with some type of artificial surfing or bodyboarding environment, such as a wave pool or flowrider.
 
Twitter
Charley Not Charlie
@CharleyDaniels
Why is there never a line for the bathroom at the water park?
6:23 PM · Sep 10, 2008·Twitter Web Client
 
Twitter
Derik Boik
@DerikBoik
Ever notice there’s never a line for the urinals at a water park? http://fb.me/6k4Sr9R
11:01 AM · Mar 11, 2010·Facebook
   
Twitter
Alexxx Carson
@AlexxxCarson
Has anybody else ever noticed that there is never a line for a Water Park restroom?  #ThatWaterIsWarm
7:48 PM · Apr 12, 2010·Twitter Web Client
     
Indexed
Undeniable fact:
Posted on: August 19, 2010 By : Jessica Hagy
(A Venn diagram of “urine” and “pool” is shown.—ed.)
There is never a line for the restroom at a waterpark.
   
Twitter
woofiesgirl
@treenbaileyr
Replying to @geekjokes
Never a line for the bathroom at the waterpark lol!! RT/ @geekjokes #indexed Undeniable fact: - http://bit.ly/d9GZ74
8:39 AM · Aug 19, 2010·Twitter for iPhone
 
Twitter
whitrt
@Whitrt
Gross fact of the day: there is never a line for the bathroom at a water park.
11:14 AM · Aug 19, 2010·Twitter Web Client
       
Twitter
Timothy Frederick
@timeyee
That moment when you are at the #waterpark, & realize there is never a line for the toilets.
9:40 AM · Aug 8, 2013·Twitter for iPad
 
Twitter
Troutman
@robotrowboat
The good news is there’s never a line for waterpark bathrooms, which is also the bad news.
2:55 PM · Feb 20, 2019·Drafts 4
 
Twitter
Francis Lippens
@FrancisLippens
There is never a line for the restroom at a waterpark. http://tinyurl.com/3y84wf7
5:58 AM · Aug 20, 2010·Twitter Web Client
   
Twitter
John Tait Comedy 🇨🇦
@ComedyTait
Water Park Fun http://tweetjoke.co/if1
There is always large a line for the slides and the water rafting but NEVER a line at the washrooms!
4:31 PM · Jul 10, 2014·Twitter for Websites
   
Twitter
TheDimReaper
@reaper_dim
There’s never a line for the bathroom at the water park.
Think about it. #thatsnotlemonade
11:35 AM · Jun 6, 2018·Twuffer
 
Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/ProSchmo January 12, 2020
No matter how busy it is, there is never a line to the urinal at a water park.
 
Twitter
Shower Thoughts 🚿
@ShowerB0T
No matter how busy it is, there is never a line to the urinal at a water park. #Showerthoughts
12:35 AM · Jan 12, 2020·ShowerBot

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