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 27, 2021
“Bubble tea sucks balls”

Bubble tea contains chewy tapioca balls (“boba” or “pearls”). It’s sometimes said that bubble tea “sucks balls,” or that the people who drink bubble tea “suck balls.”
 
“newsflash: bubble tea SUCKS BALLS #literally” was posted on Twitter by ☆ ━━ ၄ စ ᴥ စ ၃ ━━ ☆ on June 30, 2013. “Drinking bubble tea literally sucks balls” was posted on Twitter by Joe Isadore on August 11, 2013. “Korean bubble tea sucks balls #notworth” was posted on Twitter by Emily Park on July 14, 2014. “bubble tea sucks balls” was posted on Twitter by fastgoose on October 9, 2017.
 
“Apparently, people who like bubble tea, like to suck balls” was posted on Twitter by Therapist on October 4, 2013. “If you like bubble tea then you probably suck balls” was posted on Twitter by Tyler Barron on November 6, 2013. “People who like bubble tea suck balls” was posted on Reddit—Unclejokes and then Reddit—Oneliners on July 27, 2021.
 
   
Wikipedia: Bubble tea
Bubble tea (also known as pearl milk tea, bubble milk tea, or boba tea or boba; Chinese: 珍珠奶茶; pinyin: zhēn zhū nǎi chá, 波霸奶茶; bō bà nǎi chá; or 泡泡茶; pào pào chá in Singapore) is a tea-based drink that originated in Taiwan in the early 1980s. It most commonly consists of tea accompanied by chewy tapioca balls (“boba” or “pearls”), but it can be made with other toppings as well.
 
Bubble tea has many varieties and flavors, but the two most popular varieties are black pearl milk tea and green pearl milk tea (“pearl” signifies the tapioca balls at the bottom).
             
Twitter
☆ ━━ ၄ စ ᴥ စ ၃ ━━ ☆
@cryyysta
newsflash: bubble tea SUCKS BALLS #literally
3:51 PM · Jun 30, 2013·iOS
 
Twitter
Joe Isadore
@JoeIsadoreHaar
Drinking bubble tea literally sucks balls.
8:07 PM · Aug 11, 2013·Mobile Web (M2)
   
Twitter
Therapist
@TherapistCorner
Apparently, people who like bubble tea, like to suck balls.
6:00 AM · Oct 4, 2013·Twitter for BlackBerry®
   
Twitter
Tyler Barron
@BuildABarr
If you like bubble tea then you probably suck balls
12:32 AM · Nov 6, 2013·Twitter Web Client
   
Twitter
DJ Fares
@DJFares
Do you like Bubble Tea?
Then you suck balls!
6:02 PM · Jan 8, 2014·Twitter for iPhone
 
Twitter
𝓍𝑜𝑒
@xoenea
I also got bubble tea without tapioca because tapioca sucks BALLS HAHA GET IT
1:19 AM · May 7, 2014·TweetDeck
 
Twitter
Emily Park
@emiweepark
Korean bubble tea sucks balls #notworth
12:08 PM · Jul 14, 2014·Twitter for iPhone
 
Twitter
Nostalgia | Video game
@dnbnostalgia
Ya ever had a bubble tea? Heard it sucks balls.
12:54 PM · Mar 20, 2016·Twitter for Android
 
Twitter         
Laughshopdotcom
@laughshopdotcom
Bubble Tea Every try Bubble Tea? I’ve never heard of it, but maybe because it sucks balls? Or am I reading that… http://fb.me/2ZXD8Z5Rq
1:05 AM · Jun 23, 2016·Facebook
 
Twitter
Cat Pollins
@BangBngSkeetSkt
Bubble tea sucks balls I’d rather a damn yoohoo
12:39 PM · Mar 9, 2017·Twitter for Android
 
Twitter
fastgoose
@sing_lung
bubble tea sucks balls
5:52 AM · Oct 9, 2017·Twitter Web Client
 
Twitter 
Kaeda
@mlp_Kaeda
“Bubble tea sucks balls.”
7:11 PM · May 25, 2021·Twitter for iPhone
 
Reddit—Unclejokes
Posted by u/caverypca July 27, 2021
People who like bubble tea suck balls
 
Reddit—Oneliners
Posted by u/caverypca July 27, 2021
People who like bubble tea suck balls

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Tuesday, July 27, 2021 • Permalink


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