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
“These Korean meatballs really are the dogs bollocks”

“Korean meatballs—they really are the dogs bollocks” is a jocular one-liner that has been printed on many images. English comedian Hugh Dennis said on the British topical, satirical celebrity panel show Mock the Week, under the category “What a TV Chef Would Never Say,” on February 1, 2007:
 
“Well, these Korean meatballs really are the dog’s bollocks.”
 
The joke was posted on the newsgroup uk.sport.football.clubs.liverpool on August 24, 2008:
 
“Have you tried the Korean meatballs from Lidl’s ? I’m telling you they are the dogs bollocks !”
   
The joke is from the United Kingdom and is mostly unknown in the United States (where “bollocks” would be called “balls”). “The dogs bollocks” means “the best thing ever.”
       
 
Mock The Week Wiki
Scenes We’d Like To See: Series 4, Episode 4
(The fourth episode of the fourth series was first broadcast on the 1 February 2007.—ed.)
What a TV Chef Would Never Say
HUGH DENNIS: Well, these Korean meatballs really are the dog’s bollocks
 
Google Groups: uk.sport.football.clubs.liverpool
Credit Crunch-cheap food
Baldoni
8/24/08
Due to the credit crunch and the hike in food prices I am now shopping in cheaper food outlets.  Have you tried the Korean meatballs from Lidl’s ? I’m telling you they are the dogs bollocks !
   
Urban Dictionary
korean meatballs
a phrase similar to the dog’s bollocks. but a bit funnier
tickling chickens are the korean meatballs
#boom#toilet#fuck#deer#shazam#chips
by im great October 25, 2008
 
Twitter
Will Boyce‏
@wrboyce
Replying to @FionaSarah
@FionaSarah I hear Korean meatballs are the dog’s bollocks..
7:46 AM - 27 Oct 2008
   
Twitter
James Downes‏
@jamesdownes
At a tapas bar. Just had the Korean meatballs. They were the dog’s bollocks!
3:40 PM - 8 Nov 2008
   
Twitter
Lee Roberts‏
@leeroberts
Just heard on Mock The Week (in the category of Things A TV Chef Wouldn’t Say): “Well, these Korean meatballs really are the dogs bollocks.”
5:53 PM - 13 Jan 2009
 
27 September 2010, The Independent (London, UK), “Comedy” by Julian Hall, pg. 16:
Pained by the economic downturn, (Stephen—ed.) Pound says he’s taken to shopping in Lidl, who sell Korean meatballs that are “the dogs bollocks” and to parking in disabled spots, claiming, profanely, that his disability is Tourette’s.
 
Twitter
Shit Jokes‏
@ShitJokes
I ate some Korean meatballs last night.
They were the dogs bollocks.
5:13 PM - 26 Nov 2016

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, November 30, 2017 • Permalink


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