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Published: 2018-04-24T05:17:00-05:00

 



“Wontons are just Chinese ravioli”

2018-04-24T05:17:00-05:00

Dumplings is a dish that is sometimes compared to ravioli. “Chinese ravioli” was printed in the book San Francisco’s Chinatown (1936), and the earliest cites usually referred to wonton dumplings. “Jiaozi (Chinese ravioli clipped in vinegar)” was printed in a 1984 book; jiaozi are sometimes called “potstickers.” “Potstickers are chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on November 30, 2009. “Wontons are like Chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on February 6, 2013. “Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli. Mind = blown” was posted on Twitter on January 13, 2014. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings” is a reverse saying. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings, and dumplings are just Chinese ravioli” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on April 21, 2018. Wikipedia: Wonton A wonton (also spelled wantan, or wuntun in transcription from Cantonese; Mandarin: húntun) is a type of dumpling commonly found in a number of Chinese cuisines. Wikipedia: Jiaozi Jiaozi ([tɕjàu.tsɨ]) are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Though considered part of Chinese cuisine, jiaozi are popular in other parts of Asia and in Western countries. Jiaozi typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the edges together Google Books San Francisco’s Chinatown By Charles Caldwell Dobie and E. H. Suydam New York, NY: D. Appleton-Century Co. 1936 Pg. 264: One of the most interesting dishes was Chinese ravioli. These were not steamed as the Italian ravioli is, but fried crisp. Google Books Inside Los Angeles Chinatown By Garding Lui 1948 Pg. 183: Ap Toey Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Duck Char Sui Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Pork Google Books Complete Small Appliance Cookbook By John Roberson and Marie Roberson Hamm New York, NY: A.A. Wyn 1953 Pg. 138: WON TONS (Chinese Ravioli) Google Books Detroit Guide By Martin Fischhoff, et al. Detroit, MI: Detroit Guide 1983 Pg. 76: The House of Hunan applies the name “Chinese ravioli” to those gingered pork dumplings known descriptively in most Oriental restaurants as “potstickers.” Google Books All Asia Guide 1984



“Potstickers are just Chinese ravioli”

2018-04-24T05:14:00-05:00

Dumplings is a dish that is sometimes compared to ravioli. “Chinese ravioli” was printed in the book San Francisco’s Chinatown (1936), and the earliest cites usually referred to wonton dumplings. “Jiaozi (Chinese ravioli clipped in vinegar)” was printed in a 1984 book; jiaozi are sometimes called “potstickers.” “Potstickers are chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on November 30, 2009. “Wontons are like Chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on February 6, 2013. “Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli. Mind = blown” was posted on Twitter on January 13, 2014. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings” is a reverse saying. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings, and dumplings are just Chinese ravioli” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on April 21, 2018. Wikipedia: Wonton A wonton (also spelled wantan, or wuntun in transcription from Cantonese; Mandarin: húntun) is a type of dumpling commonly found in a number of Chinese cuisines. Wikipedia: Jiaozi Jiaozi ([tɕjàu.tsɨ]) are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Though considered part of Chinese cuisine, jiaozi are popular in other parts of Asia and in Western countries. Jiaozi typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the edges together Google Books San Francisco’s Chinatown By Charles Caldwell Dobie and E. H. Suydam New York, NY: D. Appleton-Century Co. 1936 Pg. 264: One of the most interesting dishes was Chinese ravioli. These were not steamed as the Italian ravioli is, but fried crisp. Google Books Inside Los Angeles Chinatown By Garding Lui 1948 Pg. 183: Ap Toey Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Duck Char Sui Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Pork Google Books Complete Small Appliance Cookbook By John Roberson and Marie Roberson Hamm New York, NY: A.A. Wyn 1953 Pg. 138: WON TONS (Chinese Ravioli) Google Books Detroit Guide By Martin Fischhoff, et al. Detroit, MI: Detroit Guide 1983 Pg. 76: The House of Hunan applies the name “Chinese ravioli” to those gingered pork dumplings known descriptively in most Oriental restaurants as “potstickers.” Google Books All Asia Guide 1984



“It’s only Tuesday? Monday took so long, I thought it was Wednesday!”

2018-04-24T03:55:00-05:00

"It’s only Tuesday? Monday took so long, I thought it was Wednesday!” is a saying that has been printed on many images The saying is popular among those whose start of the work week is a Monday. “Monday was so long I thought it was wednesday” was posted on Twitter on June 7, 2011. “Monday felt so long that I woke up and thought it was Wednesday” was posted on Twitter on June 12, 2012. “Monday took so long I thought it was Wednesday” was posted on Twitter on January 13, 2015. “It’s only Tuesday? Monday took so long. I thought it was Wednesday” was posted on Twitter on September 22, 2015. Twitter Andy Keener @reibeatall I can’t believe today’s only Monday. It was so long that I thought it was Wednesday. 8:39 PM - 24 Jan 2011 Twitter CASH @MalcolmXodus Monday was so long I thought it was wednesday. 9:11 PM - 7 Jun 2011 Twitter Laura Thomas @LauraThomasTV Monday was so long… I woke up and thought it was Wednesday. UNTIL just now. At least it’s EARLY! Good Morning!! 5:22 AM - 29 Nov 2011 Twitter Khushbu Khatri @KhushbuKhatri Monday felt so long that I woke up and thought it was Wednesday 9:47 AM - 12 Jun 2012 from Middletown, CT Twitter Kara Alley @KaraAlley Monday dragged on so long that I woke up today and thought it was Wednesday. 1:49 PM - 9 Jul 2013 Twitter Media Not Fun @medianotfun Monday took so long I thought it was Wednesday #Tueday #Morning #NoFilter #MNF #MediaNotFun Video Link --->... http://fb.me/77HHgqWhT 2:05 PM - 13 Jan 2015 Twitter SBuntingPBA @BuntingRules Monday was so long, I woke up and thought it was Wednesday. #fuckyoumonday and #fucktuesday while I’m at it. 7:13 AM - 24 Feb 2015 Twitter Adil Arginov @AdilArginov It’s only Tuesday? Monday took so long. I thought it was Wednesday.. 2:45 PM - 22 Sep 2015 Twitter LaylasWoof @LaylasWoof Its only Tuesday ?  Monday took so long I thought it was Wednesday HA http://fb.me/6NjUYyvg3 11:30 AM - 6 Oct 2015 Twitter Cowgirl Dirt @CowgirlDirt It’s only Tuesday!? Monday took so long I thought it was Wednesday! #OneOfThoseWeeks #Tuesdays 11:31 AM - 15 Mar 2016 Facebook 1 Big Night Out Pub Crawl October 11, 2016 · It’s only Tuesday ? Monday took so long I thought it was Wednesday ... Latestly #TuesdayThoughts: These Positive Tweets, GIF Images and WhatsApp Messages Will Ease Your Stress! VIRAL Madhurima Sarkar Mar 20, 2018 10:13 AM IST (...) It’s only Tuesday? Monday took so long, I thought it was Wednesday! Twitter Be At One Manchester @BeAtOne_Mcr Its Only Tuesday ? Monday took so long I thought it was Wednesday...... Cocktail anyone? 11:00 AM - 17 Apr 2018



“Sundays should come with a pause button”

2018-04-24T03:55:00-05:00

"Sundays should come with a pause button”—that is, the weekend should be longer because going back to work on Monday comes too soon—is a saying that has been printed on many images. “enjoying a fantastic sunday. *deep breath* can we just hit a pause button and not make tomorrow monday? please?” was posted on Twitter on December 7, 2008. “Wishes that Sundays came with a pause button!” was posted on Twitter on January 31, 2010. “Sundays should come with a pause button. monday’s coming… dreadful” was posted on Twitter on July 18, 2010. “Sundays should come w/ a pause button” was posted on Twitter on November 28, 2010. “Sundays should come with a pause button!” was posted on Twitter on January 22, 2011. Twitter HisGirlAmber @HisGirlAmber enjoying a fantastic sunday. *deep breath* can we just hit a pause button and not make tomorrow monday? please? 11:08 PM - 7 Dec 2008 Twitter Java Joel Murphy @javajoel Wish Sunday had a pause button. Always goes by way too quick. 11:49 AM - 14 Jun 2009 Twitter gohumble @gohumble Why isn’t there a pause button on Sunday? Mondays are so inconvenient #fb 7:42 PM - 16 Aug 2009 Twitter Jodi Penland-Stouder @jstouder1507 wishes that Sundays came with a pause button! 6:41 AM - 31 Jan 2010 Twitter lhenskie @lhenskie15 sundays should come with a pause button. monday’s coming… dreadful. 1:23 AM - 18 Jul 2010 Twitter Chloé Mathieu @chloe254 Sundays should come w/ a pause button. 5:26 PM - 28 Nov 2010 Twitter Kaya Bucarile @kayamaganda Sundays should come with a pause button! 10:06 PM - 22 Jan 2011 Twitter Aarti Madan @AartiMadan #Sundays should come with a pause button! 3:47 AM - 17 Apr 2011 Twitter SCOTT WARNER @ScottWarner18 Sunday should come with a pause button. 11:02 AM - 28 Sep 2014 Facebook 103.5 QMFM October 11, 2015 · Sundays should come with a pause button. It’s a good thing tomorrow is a holiday! #HappyThanksgiving Facebook Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar August 18, 2017 · Sundays should come with a pause button. New DIY Mimosas for the table include a bottle of Freixenet served with fresh peach-raspberry, tangerine-orange, huckleberry juices for mixing. Serves 2-4 people for $20. [Sunday all day in the bar + patio only] Elite Daily 24 Sunday Morning Instagram Captions That’ll Kick Those Scaries To The Curb By Alani Vargas March 7, 2018 (...) 16. “Sundays should come with a pause button.” — Unknown Twitter Huسnain @Husnain_Tw33ts Sunday should come with a pause button. 3:15 AM - 22 Apr 2018



Entry forthcoming—B.P.

2018-04-24T03:55:00-05:00

Entry in progress—B.P.



“A Tuesday after a holiday is like a double whammy Monday”

2018-04-24T03:55:00-05:00

"A Tuesday after a holiday is like a double whammy Monday” (or “A Tuesday after a three/four-day weekend is like a double whammy Monday") is a work saying that has been printed on several images. “A tuesday after a holiday is like a monday on steroids” was posted on Twitter on September 6, 2011. “A Tuesday after a three day weekend is like a super Monday. It’s equally as depressing, but the teachers go like 3X faster. #senioritis” was posted on Twitter on September 3, 2012. “A Tuesday after a holiday is like a double whammy Monday” was posted on Twitter on September 3, 2013. “A Tuesday after a four-day long weekend is like a double-whammy Monday” (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday off) was posted on Twitter on April 3, 2018. “Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday” is a similar saying. Twitter James Pahlen @jimmyp02 A tuesday after a holiday is like a monday on steroids 1:18 PM - 6 Sep 2011 Twitter Colt Rutherford @ColtRutherford A Tuesday after a three day weekend is like a super Monday. It’s equally as depressing, but the teachers go like 3X faster. #senioritis 10:41 PM - 3 Sep 2012 Twitter Paula Kennedy @TweetPKG A Tuesday, after a Monday long haul travel, is like a triple Shot Monday. Starting my office day, already thinking of bedtime! #exhausted 2:47 AM - 23 Apr 2013 Twitter FUCKERETTE_33X @LeanneDaSilva33 A Tuesday after a holiday is like a double whammy Monday.. 1:55 PM - 3 Sep 2013 Twitter Erica Kane Burton @IamErica_Kane A Tuesday after a holiday is like a Monday on steroids. 8:39 PM - 2 Sep 2014 Twitter Kelly Risbey @MntlHlthWarrior A Tuesday after a holiday is like a double whammy Monday. #truthbomb #AugustLong 5:50 PM - 4 Aug 2015 Twitter Bridget @BummerBridget Never forget that a Tuesday after a long weekend is like a double Monday. 7:15 PM - 29 May 2017 Twitter Country Music Chat @CMchatLIVE A Tuesday after a 3-day weekend is like a DOUBLE WHAMMY Monday but we got this! #RiseAndInspire http://fb.me/7dzMOOoIU 8:55 AM - 30 May 2017 Twitter 🌈Amieldv 💛Love 💛Maine 🌈 @AmielRNQBitch A Tuesday after a three day weekend is like a double-whammy Monday! Happy Tuesday. Don’t worry Friday is coming. #ALDUBAnditoPaRin 11:51 AM - 4 Dec 2017 from Dubai, United Arab Emirates Twitter Pamela Millsaps @pms221969 A #Tuesday After A Holiday Is Like A Double Whammy #Monday Hope You All Have A #TerrificTuesday #TuesdayThoughts #Coffee #TrumpColluded #Resist @TomHall @deedawgz13 @bimmerella @JerseyKidPicks @ClintFalin @sanagkmel @brianfink @growth_channel @bentlyg2003 6:42 AM - 20 Feb 2018 Twitter KiddiBean @KiddiBean A Tuesday after a four-day long weekend is like a double-whammy Monday😢. This picture depicts how I feel getting out of bed this morning😫. Who else was busy with the kids all weekend? Happy Monday, I mean Tuesday everyone. Thank goodness it’s a short week😝. 12:25 PM - 3 Apr 2018



“Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday”

2018-04-24T03:55:00-05:00

"Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday” is a work saying that has been printed on many images. “Hate Tuesday after having Monday off ... the rest of the week just seems off” was posted on Twitter on May 29, 2007. “Having Monday off makes me hate Tuesday” was posted on Twitter on June 26, 2012. “Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday” was printed on an ecard and posted on Twitter by someecards on January 22, 2013. “A Tuesday after a holiday is like a double whammy Monday” is a similar saying. Twitter David Dodell @ddodell Hate Tuesday after having Monday off ... the rest of the week just seems off ... 3:19 PM - 29 May 2007 Twitter Tamar Wallace @justTamar Hmmm...if we all had Mondays off, would we then hate Tuesdays? I’m not sure, but I’d be willing to do a test run...anyone else? 2:49 PM - 12 May 2008 Twitter bigdaa @bigdaa Do you think that we would hate Tuesday days if we always took Monday off? 3:26 PM - 12 Jan 2009 Twitter Kate @CakeLH Hate mondays :( But even if we had monday off, i’d just hate tuesday instead!:L 11:22 AM - 23 May 2011 Twitter Darnelius @dmoneyBDR Having Monday off makes me hate Tuesday. 7:39 AM - 26 Jun 2012 Twitter Ibrahim A. Jimoh @ManlikeIB Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday.:  http://some.ly/UQl7C7 12:55 PM - 22 Jan 2013 Twitter StuffUWantToSee @StuffUWantToSee Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday.:  http://q.gs/3JUfi 12:55 PM - 22 Jan 2013 Twitter someecards @someecards Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday. 12:55 PM - 22 Jan 2013 Twitter CoryJ @CoryJLocke Having Monday off is a great opportunity to hate Tuesday. 1:35 PM - 3 Apr 2018



“Do vegans eat beefsteak tomatoes?”

2018-04-24T03:55:00-05:00

Entry in progress—B.P. Wikipedia: Beefsteak tomato A beef tomato (British English) or beefsteak tomato (American English) is one of the largest varieties of cultivated tomatoes, some weighing 450 grams (1 lb) or more. Most are pink or red with numerous small seed compartments (locules) distributed throughout the fruit, sometimes displaying pronounced ribbing similar to ancient pre-Columbian tomato cultivars Twitter Matt MacDonald @mattmacdonaldis Do hardcore vegans eat beefsteak tomatoes? 4:03 PM - 24 Sep 2009 Twitter Hannah Rogers @HarlotQuinn Do vegetarians eat beefsteak tomatoes? #JustWondering 9:22 AM - 28 Apr 2011 Twitter kevin collins @voxkev Do vegetarians eat beefsteak tomatoes? 7:49 PM - 15 May 2011 Twitter Tyler Hoagland @Tweeting_Hoagie Do philosophical vegans eat beefsteak tomatoes? 9:45 PM - 19 May 2014 Reddit—Oneliners Do vegans eat Beefsteak Tomatoes? submitted April 24, 2018 by Kas585



“Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli”

2018-04-24T03:04:00-05:00

Dumplings is a dish that is sometimes compared to ravioli. “Chinese ravioli” was printed in the book San Francisco’s Chinatown (1936), and the earliest cites usually referred to wonton dumplings. “Jiaozi (Chinese ravioli clipped in vinegar)” was printed in a 1984 book; jiaozi are sometimes called “potstickers.” “Potstickers are chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on November 30, 2009. “Wontons are like Chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on February 6, 2013. “Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli. Mind = blown” was posted on Twitter on January 13, 2014. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings” is a reverse saying. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings, and dumplings are just Chinese ravioli” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on April 21, 2018. Wikipedia: Wonton A wonton (also spelled wantan, or wuntun in transcription from Cantonese; Mandarin: húntun) is a type of dumpling commonly found in a number of Chinese cuisines. Wikipedia: Jiaozi Jiaozi ([tɕjàu.tsɨ]) are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Though considered part of Chinese cuisine, jiaozi are popular in other parts of Asia and in Western countries. Jiaozi typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the edges together Google Books San Francisco’s Chinatown By Charles Caldwell Dobie and E. H. Suydam New York, NY: D. Appleton-Century Co. 1936 Pg. 264: One of the most interesting dishes was Chinese ravioli. These were not steamed as the Italian ravioli is, but fried crisp. Google Books Inside Los Angeles Chinatown By Garding Lui 1948 Pg. 183: Ap Toey Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Duck Char Sui Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Pork Google Books Complete Small Appliance Cookbook By John Roberson and Marie Roberson Hamm New York, NY: A.A. Wyn 1953 Pg. 138: WON TONS (Chinese Ravioli) Google Books Detroit Guide By Martin Fischhoff, et al. Detroit, MI: Detroit Guide 1983 Pg. 76: The House of Hunan applies the name “Chinese ravioli” to those gingered pork dumplings known descriptively in most Oriental restaurants as “potstickers.” Google Books All Asia Guide 1984



“Mistakes are proof that you are trying”

2018-04-24T00:25:00-05:00

"Mistakes are proof that you are trying” is a motivational saying that has been printed on many images. “Mistake...That’s proof that you were trying to do something” was printed in a 1959 newspaper. “Mistakes are proof that you’re trying” was printed in a 2002 newspaper. “Mistakes are proof that you are trying” was printed in a 2005 newspaper. Authorship is unknown. “Mistakes just mean you’re trying” and “Making mistakes does not mean you’re a failure. It just means you’re trying and learning in life” are related sayings from 2011. 15 October 1959, Battle Creek (MI) Enquirer and News, “The Watchman,” sec. 3, pg. 6, col. 1: Mistake...That’s proof that you were trying to do something. Google Books Parenting By Jane B. Brooks Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Company 1997 Pg. 78: Mistakes are proof that the child is trying to do something but may not be quite ready to achieve the goal. Mistakes are incompletions, not failures. 5 August 2002, Daily Press (Newport News, VA), pg. A8, col. 3: TRAFFIC TALK “Mistakes are proof that you’re trying.” So learn from your mistakes, and dust yourself off and try again. 6 September 2005, Daily Mail (London, UK), “It’s a man’s world,” pg. 46: MISTAKES are proof that you are trying. Mrs M. Shrive, Mansfield, Notts. Twitter Francis Orante @shdowchsr Mistakes are proof that you are trying… 3:51 AM - 21 Nov 2007 Twitter lulablue @lulablue Bumper sticker: mistakes are proof that you are trying. 10:21 PM - 22 Jun 2008 Google Books Title Mistakes Are Proof That You Are Trying: Coloring Book Volume 2 of Doodle Art Alley Books Illustrated by Samantha Snyder Publisher aka associates, 2015 ISBN 0692459928, 9780692459928 Length 104 pages Google Books The Creative Fight: Create Your Best Work and Live the Life You Imagine By Chris Orwig Peachpit Press 2015 Pg. ?: As the cliché goes, “Mistakes are proof that you are trying.” Google Groups: Flamy’s Daily Quote Quote of the Day 07/19/17 Amy 7/19/17 Mistakes are proof that you are trying. Twitter Amazing Facts @FactSoup Mistakes are proof that you’re trying. 5:24 PM - 23 Apr 2018