A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from July 25, 2023
“What does a Jewish pescatarian say at breakfast time on the day of atonement? ‘Yum, kipper.’”

Yom Kippur (the Jewish Day of Atonement) shouldn’t be confused with kipper (a fish that is often eaten for breakfast), but there are jokes.
 
“Celebrating this Jewish holiday with a fish breakfast; yum kipper!” was posted on X/Twitter by Neil Gibson on September 28, 2009. “Tasty jewish breakfast : yum kipper…?” was posted on X/Twitter by Ken Dodd Nagasaki on May 29, 2011. “‘Yum, kipper!’ - a Jewish man enjoying his breakfast on the Day of Atonement” was posted on X/Twitter by Scott Hoad on October 22, 2013. “What does a Jewish pescatarian say at breakfast time on the day of atonement? ‘Yum, kipper.’” was posted on Sickipedia on July 25, 2023.
 
 
Wikipedia: Kipper
A kipper is a whole herring, a small, oily fish, that has been split in a butterfly fashion from tail to head along the dorsal ridge, gutted, salted or pickled, and cold-smoked over smouldering wood chips (typically oak).

In the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and some regions of North America, kippers are most commonly eaten for breakfast.
     
Wikipedia: Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur (/ˌjɒm kɪˈpʊər, ˌjɔːm ˈkɪpər, ˌjoʊm-/; Hebrew: יוֹם כִּפּוּר, Yōm Kippūr, [ˈjom kiˈpuʁ], lit. ‘Day of Atonement’) is the holiest day in Judaism and Samaritanism. It occurs annually on the 10th of Tishrei, corresponding to a secular date in September or early October.
               
X/Twitter
Neil Gibson
@Neil_Gibson
Celebrating this Jewish holiday with a fish breakfast; yum kipper!
10:52 AM · Sep 28, 2009
   
X/Twitter
Jude Rawlins
@juderawlins
Breakfast can be quite ceremonial. Yum Kipper.
7:59 AM · Jul 19, 2010
 
X/Twitter
Ken Dodd Nagasaki
@Suspiriac
Tasty jewish breakfast : yum kipper…?
7:04 AM · May 29, 2011
 
X/Twitter
Roberto Ferdenzi Ⓜ️ 🇮🇹 🏆
@RobertoFerdenzi
@FoxxTailSoup Had the holiest of Jewish breakfast’s today - delicious smoked herring….......Yum, Kipper!
4:29 PM · Dec 1, 2012
 
X/Twitter
Tom Appleton
@thetomappleton
Happy Yom Kippur to my Jewish friends and happy “yum, kipper!” to all those eating fish for breakfast. 😊
4:57 AM · Sep 13, 2013
 
X/Twitter
Scott Hoad
@ScottHoad
“Yum, kipper!” - a Jewish man enjoying his breakfast on the Day of Atonement.
6:40 PM · Oct 22, 2013
 
Reddit—ImagesOfNew York
Posted by u/ImagesOfNetwork August 10, 2017
[I Ate] Yum Kippered at Russ & Daughters in NYC (Kippered Salmon and a Bagel)
i.imgur.com/djx5pk…
   
Reddit—Jokes
Posted by u/ElderCunningham October 9, 2019
What did the yenta say when she finally bit into her herring, after fasting for 24 hours?
“Yum, kipper.”
 
Sickipedia
chum
25 July 2023-Other-Stupid
What does a Jewish pescatarian say at breakfast time on the day of atonement?
“Yum, kipper.”
 
X/Twitter
Bob Kostic
@causticbob
What does a Jewish pescatarian say at breakfast time on the day of atonement?
“Yum, kipper.”
6:52 PM · Jul 25, 2023

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