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 Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Babka (Bobka)

Babycino or Babyccino (baby + cappuccino)

Babyhorns or Baby Horns (young Texas Longhorns players)

Babylon on the Make

"Baby carrots imply the existence of adult carrots"

"Baby carrots imply the existence of daddy carrots"

"Baby carrots imply the existence of parent carrots"

"Baby, do you need toilet paper? Because I can be your Prince Charmin" (pickup line)

Baby Raddle/Rattle (chocolate and rainbow sprinkles)

Baby Ruth (candy bar)

Bacardi Big Apple

Bacardi Big Apple (apple-flavored rum, 2005)

Bachelor of Fuck All (Bachelor of Fine Arts or BFA backronym)

"Backpacking: An extended form of hiking in which people carry double the amount of gear they need"

Backpack Journalism; Backpack Journalist


"Back in my day, it was a game of dodgeball where you found out who really didn't like you"

"Back in my day...there was so much toilet paper, people used to string it up in the trees"

"Back in my day...there was so much toilet paper, people were stringing it up in the trees"

"Back in my day, the only time we started panic buying was when the bartender yelled 'last call'"

"Back in the Big Apple" (The Real Housewives of New York City episode, 2021)

"Back in the mix like Chex"

Back Page (East Flatbush, Brooklyn)

Back Page (East Flatbush, Brooklyn nickname)

"Back in the Big Apple" (Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone? play, 1971)

"Back to the drawing board" (starting over after failure)

"Back to the salt mines"

Baconalia (bacon + bacchanalia)



Bacontrepreneur (bacon + entrepreneur)

Bacon and Eggs

"Bacon and eggs walk into a bar..." (bar joke)

"Bacon bits are essentially pig sprinkles"

"Bacon is 73% fat and very salty. Me too, bacon. Me too"

"Bacon is healthier than crystal meth"

"Bacon is meat candy"

"Bacon is red. Bacon is rough. One strip of bacon is never enough"

"Bacon is the candy of meat"

"Bacon is the duct tape of food"

"Bacon Mac 'n' Cheese is basically just trashy Carbonara"

"Bacon makes it better" ("Bacon makes everything better")

"Bacon Strip" District

"Bacteria multiply when they divide"

"Bacteria: rear entrance to a cafeteria"

Badgehole (SXSW festival nickname)

"Badminton implies the existence of goodminton"

"Badminton implies the existence of Goodminton and Alrightminton"

"Badminton is still better than worseminton" ("Badminton > Worseminton")

Badvertising (bad + advertising)

"Bad companies make for good trades" (Wall Street adage)

"Bad handwriting is actually a security feature"

"Bad kicking is bad football" (Australian rules football adage)

Bad News Bear (Bear Stearns nickname)

Bad News (nickname for the restaurant check)

"Bad numbers are harder to add up than good ones" (accounting adage)

"Bad politicians are elected by good citizens who don't vote"

"Bad Salad: Sad Ballad" (spoonerism)

"Bad Seed in the Big Apple" (Beyblade episode, 2003)

"Bad traders don't make profits — they only take out short-term loans from the market"

"Bad weather always looks much worse through a window"

"Bae = bacon and eggs"


"Bagels are just boring donuts"

"Bagels are just boring doughnuts"

"Bagels are just breakfast donuts"

"Bagels are just healthy donuts"

"Bagels are just healthy doughnuts"

"Bagels are just savory donuts"

"Bagels are just savory doughnuts"

"Bagels are just savoury donuts"

"Bagels are just savoury doughnuts"

"Bagels are just vehicles for cream cheese"

"Bagels are to donuts as muffins are to cupcakes"

Bagel; Bagel & Lox; Bagel "All the Way"; Everything Bagel

Bagel Ball (Bantam Bagel)

Bagel Beach (Seventh Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets)

Bagel Beach (sidewalk in front of the Stage Delicatessen)

Bagel Land

Baghdad-on-the-Bayou (New Orleans nickname)

Baghdad-on-the-Bayou (Houston nickname)

Bagnut or Dogel (bagel + donut)

Bag Lady

Bag of Mystery (sausage)



Bait and Switch

Baja Oklahoma

Baked Alaska

Baked Apple (New York City with legalized marijuana)

"Baked in the cake" (built into the price or system)



Bake Sale

"Baking cakes can be considered math, science or art"

"Baking cakes can be considered math, science or art" (for homeschooling)

"Baking is mostly just gluing broken plants back together with eggs"

Baking Powder

Baking Soda

"Baklava is just dessert lasagna"

Balance Sheet Close (sales technique)

Balance Sheet Recession

Baldie or Baldy (pretzel without salt)

Baleada (Honduran burrito)

Balkan Burger (pljeskavica)

"Ballantine Blast" (Ballantine Beer)

Ballers' Paradise (Barclays Center nickname)

"Ballers want to be rappers, and rappers want to be ballers" (sports adage)

Balloonicle (balloon + float)

Balloon Juice (seltzer or soda water)

Balloon Wrangler

Ballotocracy (ballot + -ocracy)

Ballot Harvesting

Ballpark Estimate (Ball Park Estimate; Ball Park Figure)

Ballpark Figure (Ball Park Figure; Ball Park Estimate)

"Ball is life"

Baloney Boulevard (Broadway)

Baloney Dollar

Baloney (nonsense)

Baltimore chop (baseball term)

BAMBI (Beyond Allen Manhattan Bridge Intersection)

Bananageddon (banana + Armageddon)

"Bananas are fruit sausage"

"Bananas are healthier than crystal meth"

"Bananas are just fruit sausages"

"Bananas are just jungle sausages"

"Bananas are just tree sausages"

"Bananas are just vegan sausages"

"Bananas are just vegetarian sausages"

"Bananas are just yellow sausages"

Banana Balls (crazy)

Banana Ball (golf)

"Banana bread is technically fruitcake"

Banana Breeze (pie)

"Banana nut bread? I didn't know bananas could do that!"

Banana Oil (slang for "nonsense")

Banana Republic

Banana Split

"Bananosecond: The time between slipping on a banana peel and hitting the pavement"

Banco Unpopular (Banco Popular nickname)

Bandbox (Bronx Bandbox=New Yankee Stadium)

Bandits' Roost (59 Mulberry Street)

Bandit Signs (Street Spam; Vertical Litter; Snipe Signs; Stuff On a Stick or SOS)

Bandwich (sandwich provided for a band)

"Bang for the buck"

Bang Point

Bánh Mì (Vietnamese sandwich)

Bankageddon (bank + Armageddon)

Bankenstein (bank + Frankenstein monster)

Bankercide (banker + homicide/suicide)

Bankerette (female banker)

"Bankers do it with interest"

Bankers' Hours

Bankers' Row

Bankism (Central Bankism)


Banksta (Bankstaz or Bankstas)

Bankster (banker + gangster)

Bankster of America (Bank of America nickname)

"Banks are cloud storage for your money"

Banktatorship (bank + dictatorship)


"Bank account empty like my soul"

"Bank account: There's food at home"

Bank Holiday

Bank of Amerika or Bank of Amerikkka (Bank of America nickname)

Bank of Apartheid (Bank of America nickname)

Bank of Assholes (Bank of America nickname)

Bank of Crooks and Criminals International (Bank of Credit and Commerce International nickname)

Bank of Failmerica (Bank of America nickname)

Bank of Japandemonium (Bank of Japan + pandemonium)

Bank of Mom and Dad

Bank Run ("run on the bank")

Bank Speak

Bank to the Stars (City National Bank nickname)

Banned Parenthood (Planned Parenthood nickname)

Banner State (Texas nickname)

Banoconut (banana + coconut) Cream Pie

Banxodus (bank + exodus)

Ban Collie Day (bank holiday)

"Ban pre-shredded cheese. Make America grate again!"

"Ban pre-shredded cheese. Make America grate again!"

Baogel (cha siu bao + bagel)

"Baptists don't recognize each other at the liquor store" (joke)

Baptist tea (beer, disguised without foam)

Barbarous Relic (gold nickname)



Barbecue Capital of Texas (Lockhart nickname)

Barbecue Crabs (BBQ Crabs)

"Barbecue is as old as fire"

"Barbecue sauce is just sexy ketchup"

"Barbecue sauce is like a beautiful woman. If it's too sweet, it's bound to be hiding something"

"Barbecue sauce is the evolved form of ketchup"

Barbecue Sauce & Steak Sauce

Barbecue Syndrome (Hamburger Disease: Barbecue Season Syndrome; Backyard Barbecue Syndrome)

"Barbecuing waters my mouth. I wonder if the same thing happens to vegans when they mow the lawn"

Barbecusation (barbecue + accusation)

"Barbers are just hair gardeners"

Barclays Bank=Wank (Barclays Bank rhyming slang)

Barclays Center Classic (Brooklyn Hoops)

BarCrap (Barclays Capital or BarCap nickname)

Barefoot Pilgrim


Bargain District (Orchard Street)


"Baristas have to deal with people before they've had their morning coffee"

Barista Elbow (Barista Wrist)

"Barista implies the existence of a baristo"

Baristo (suggested term for a male barista)

Barkery (bark + bakery)

Barnes and Ignoble (Barnes & Noble nickname)

Barnes Dance

Barns and No Bull (Barnes & Noble nickname)

(Barnum's) Animal Crackers

"Baroque (adj.): when you're out of Monet"

"Barrel of fun" (a lot of fun)

"Barrel of laughs" (a lot of laughs)

Barstro (bar + bistro)


Bartender's Ketchup (St. Germain elderflower liqueur nickname)

Bartoonist (bar + cartoonist)

"Bar & Bra. Same letters, different words, but both keep men waiting eagerly till they open"

Bar Chef

Baseball Capital of Texas (Brenham nickname)

Baseball cards (Queens)=Tickets (Brooklyn)

"Baseball doesn't sound anywhere near as exciting as acidball"

"Baseball implies the existence of acidball"

"Baseball implies the existence of cringeball"

"Baseball is a game of adjustments"

"Baseball is ninety percent mental, and the other half is physical"

"Baseball is the first sport. The Bible says, 'In the big inning...'"

"Baseball is the only sport you can play with food in your mouth"

"Baseball is the only sport you can play with food in your mouth"

"Baseball is weird"

"Baseball is wrong. A man with 4 balls cannot walk"

"Baseball is wrong. A man with four balls cannot walk"

"Baseball must be a great game to survive the people who run it"

Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth ("Bible" backronym)

Basketball (Basket Ball)

"Basketball is a game of runs"

Basketball Mecca (Madison Square Garden nickname)

Basketball on Grass (football spread offense)

Basque Barbecue (Basque Barbeque)

Bass Capital of Texas (Mount Pleasant nickname)

Bastropian (inhabitant of Bastrop)

"Bathroom is for eating customers only" (restaurant sign)

"Bath salts imply the existence of bath peppers"

"Bath salts? What about bath peppers?! Heh!"

Batini (official Austin cocktail)

Battery Acid (coffee)

Battlefield of Ideas (War of Ideas; Marketplace of Ideas)

Battleground State

Battle for the Iron Skillet (SMU Mustangs vs. TCU Horned Frogs)

Battle of New York (New York Islanders vs. New York Rangers)

Battle of the Badges (Fire vs. Police)

Battle of the Bands (Savoy Ballroom)

Battle of the Boroughs (between New York City sports teams)

Battle of the Brazos (Baylor Bears vs. Texas A&M Aggies)

Battle of the 'Burbs (Long Island Nets vs. Westchester Knicks)

Battle of the Hudson River or Hudson River Rivalry (New Jersey Devils vs. New York Rangers)

Battle of the Hudson River or Hudson River Rivalry (New Jersey Nets vs. New York Knicks)

Batty Borough (Brooklyn, home of the baseball-batty Dodgers)

Batty Boro (Brooklyn)

Bat Bridge (Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin)

Bat City (Austin nickname)

Bat Mitzvah

Baumol's Disease (Baumol's Cost Disease; Baumol Effect; Baumol's Curse)

Bawnd (bond)

Baylor Bubble

Bayou City (Houston nickname)

Baysider (inhabitant of Bayside, Queens)

Baytowner (inhabitant of Baytown)

Baytownian (inhabitant of Baytown)

Bay Breeze (cocktail)

Bay Ridger (inhabitant of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn)

"B.A., Buenos Aires, Big Apple" (Evita musical, 1978)

BBQ; Bar-B-Que; Q

"BBQ, beer, freedom"

BBQ people (Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens)

"BBQ sauce is just sexy ketchup"

"BC is now 'Before Coronavirus.' AD is now "After Distancing'"

"BDSM cows make whipped cream"

"Beanbags are boneless sofas"


Beantown (Boston nickname)

Bean Burger (Beanburger)

Bean Counter (an accountant)

"Bean soup."/ "Yes, it's been soup. But what is it now?" (joke)

Bean to Bar

Bearmageddon (stock market bear + Armageddon)

"Bears invented honey glazed salmon"

"Bears make headlines, bulls make money"

Bears (New York Institute of Technology teams)

Beartard (bear + retard)

Bear Claw (ice cream)

Bear Claw (pastry)

Bear Hug

Bear Market

"Bear markets slide down a slope of hope" (Wall Street proverb)

Bear Mountain Compact (Tappan Zee Bridge Rule)

Bear O'Clock (bear + beer o'clock)

Bear Sign (doughnuts)

"Beating someone with a baguette is assault with a breadly weapon"

"Beating up someone with a big pretzel is a salt with a breadly weapon"

"Beat like a rented mule"

"Beat the pants off" (to defeat completely)

Beaumonter (inhabitant of Beaumont)

Beautiful People

"Beautiful things happen when you distance yourself from negativity"

"Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes -- thin crust, thick crust..." (pizza joke)

Beauty Contest (non-binding primary)

"Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder"

"Beauty without intelligence is a masterpiece painted on a napkin"

Beau Belmont

Beau Broadway (Bo Broadway)

Beavers (CCNY teams)

Beaver State (Oregon nickname)

"Because I'm worth it" (L'Oréal advertising slogan)

"Because of COVID-19 for the first time since 1945 the National Spelling Bee is cancil... cancul..."

"Because of smart phones my thumbs now have biceps"

"Because of the cancellation of all sports events ESPN will be covering live toilet paper wrestling"

"Because of the huge increase in deliveries, FedEx and UPS merged and are now Fed-Up"

"Because we're worth it, too" (L'Oréal advertising slogan)

"Because you're worth it" (L'Oréal advertising slogan)

"Become so financially secure that you forget that it's payday"

"Becoming a vegetarian is a big missed steak" (food pun)

BEC (bacon, egg and cheese)

Bedford Hill (Bed-Stuy + Clinton Hill)

Bedpan Alley (Hospital Row or Hospital Land)

Beducator (bed + educator)

Bedwetting Liberal

Bedwick (Bed-Stuy + Bushwick)

Bed and Breakfast Capital of Texas (Jefferson nickname)

Bed Bath & Beyoncé or Bloodbath & Beyond (Bed Bath & Beyond nickname)

Bed, Bath & Beyond My Budget (Bed, Bath & Beyond nickname)

Bed-Stuy (Do or Die); Bed-Stuy and Proud of It


Beefsteak Nazi (brown on the outside, red on the inside)

Beefullness (beef + fullness)

Beef and Reef (Reef and Beef)

Beef-Head (a Texan)

"Beef jerky is just a meat Twizzler"

"Beef jerky is just cow raisins"

"Beef jerky is just edible leather"

"Beef jerky is just meat licorice"

"Beef jerky is like a meat raisin"

"Beef tongue? I could never eat anything that came out of an animal's mouth. Bring me a boiled egg"

Beef Wellington

"Been on hold so long I can't remember who I called. I have a credit card out..."

"Been there, bombed that" (been there, done that + bombed)

Beep and Creep (Creep and Beep)

Beep (Borough President)

Beeramid (beer can/bottle + pyramid)

Beeramisu (beer + tiramisu)

Beerita (beer + margarita)

Beertail (beer + cocktail)

Beertini (beer + martini)

Beervana (Portland nickname)

"Beer, bacon, guns & freedom"

"Beer because nothing actually happened over coffee"

"Beer...because you can’t drink bacon"

"Beer before liquor, never sicker; Liquor before beer, never fear"

"Beer before wine, you'll feel fine; Wine before beer, you'll feel queer"

Beer Belly

Beer Bread

Beer-b-que or Brew-b-que (beer/brew + bar-b-que)

Beer Can Chicken

Beer Can Concealer

"Beer comes from hops. Hops are plants. Beer is salad"

"Beer contains Vitamin Pee"

"Beer doesn't have many vitamins -- that's why you have to drink a lot of it"

"Beer doesn't make you fat, it makes you lean -- against bars"

"Beer drinking doesn't do half the harm of lovemaking"

Beer Goggles

"Beer: Helping ugly people get laid since 1862"

"Beer is best drunk in the shadow of the brewery"

"Beer is just dream-flavored water"

"Beer is karaoke fuel"

"Beer is like the sun. It rises in the yeast and sets in the waist"

"Beer is liquid bread"

"Beer is now cheaper than gas -- drink, don't drive"

"Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy"

"Beer is yeast urine"

"Beer, lime & sunshine"

"Beer (noun) -- magic water for fun people

Beer O'Clock

"Beer shortages soon. Please panic buy"

"Beer shortage expected. Panic buy now"

"Beer shortage soon. Panic buy here"

"Beer: So much more than just a breakfast drink"

Beer Summit

"Beer -- the reason I wake up every afternoon"

"Beer: The WD40 for conversations"

Beer Thirty

Bee Caver (inhabitant of Bee Cave)

Bee Vomit (honey)

"Before borrowing money from a friend, decide which you need more"

"Before coffee: Hates everybody. After coffee: Feels good about hating everybody"

"Before coffee: Hating everybody. After coffee: Feeling good about hating everybody"

"Before coffee: I hate everybody. After coffee: I feel good about hating everybody"

"Before Conference pears, we could only talk to one pear at a time"

"Before everything else, getting ready is the secret of success"

"Before I got married, I didn't even know there was a wrong way to put the milk back in the fridge"

"Before I refuse to take your questions, I have an opening statement"

"Before kids can go places, they need a place to go" (Police Athletic League)

"Before social media, all of this nonsense just stayed in people’s heads"

"Before something great happens, everything falls apart"

"Before the movie starts, it’s just 50 people sitting in the dark eating corn"

"Before video games we had two world wars"

"Before you buy anything online, ask yourself, 'Am I prepared to see a sales ad for that item...'"

"Before you diagnose yourself with depression, first make sure you're not surrounded by assholes"

"Before you give a colleague a piece of your mind, make sure you can spare it"

"Before you judge someone, walk a mile in his shoes"

"Before you marry a person you should first make them use a computer with slow Internet"

"Before you pride yourself on being a big fish, make sure you’re not swimming in a puddle"

Begathon (Beg-athon; "beg" + "telethon")

"Behead those who insult Islam" ("Behead those who say Islam is violent")

"Behind every great kid is a mom who's pretty sure she's screwing it all up"

"Behind every great kid is a parent who's pretty sure they're screwing it all up"

"Behind every great man is a great woman"

"Behind every great man is a woman rolling her eyes"

"Behind every great man is the drawer I need to get into. Why are you even in the kitchen right now"

"Behind every successful man is a woman rolling her eyes"

"Behind every successful person is a substantial amount of coffee"

"Behind every successful person, there is a deactivated Facebook account"

"Behind every successful student, there is a deactivated Facebook account"

"Behind every successful woman is a substantial amount of coffee"

"Behind every successful woman is herself"

"Behind the eight ball" (in a troublesome situation)

"Being an adult is eating the crust not because you like it, but because you paid for it"

"Being an adult is like folding a fitted sheet. No one really knows how"

"Being a good worker is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the internet"

"Being a good writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the internet"

"Being a parent is like folding a fitted sheet. No one really knows how"

"Being a parent means knowing how to unwrap a Snickers without making any noise"

"Being a prison guard has to be the easiest job ever. I mean, who's going to steal a prison?"

"Being cremated is my last hope for a smoking hot body"

"Being drunk with your best friend is the best kind of drunk"

"Being healthy is the ultimate rebellion in a sick, diseased and dysfunctional society"

"Being late is the same thing as being wrong"

"Being overweight is the only truth you can successfully run from"

"Being part of a major historical event sucks" (2019–20 coronavirus pandemic)

Beirut or Bar Ridge (Bay Ridge)

BelDel (Below Delancey, or "Belancey")

Belgian Waffle

"Believe in yourself. Because the rest of us think you're an idiot"

"Believe in yourself! If cauliflower can become pizza, you can do anything"

"Believing in yourself is the first secret to success"

"Believing the medical industry desires a healthy population..."

Bellbottom (9 West 57th Street)

Belly Bomb or Belly Bomber (White Castle hamburger nickname)


Bell of the Unforgotten

Belmont Breeze (former official drink of the Belmont Stakes)

Belmont Jewel (official drink of the Belmont Stakes)

Belmont Park (cocktail)

Beltbuster (1/2 pound hamburger)


Beltway Bandit

Beltway ("Inside the Beltway," Beltway Insider)

"Belt and suspenders" (conservative approach)

"Benches for the wenches" (weightlifting saying)

Benchslap (judicial bench + bitchslap)

Benedict Arnold Account (offshore account)

Benefeast (benefit + feast)

Benny (Bayonne, Elizabeth, Newark, New York acronym?)

Bensonhurster (inhabitant of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn)

"Ben and Jerry's ice cream is less used as dessert than it is as an anti-depressant"

Berkeley-on-the-Brazos (UT-Austin nickname)

Bernanke Put

"Berries white, a poisonous sight" (poison ivy adage)

Besos (Mexican pastry "kisses")

Bespoke Vegetables

Best Escape Anyone Can Have ("beach" backronym)

"Best friends don't care if your house is clean. They care if you have wine"

"Best friends don't care if your house is clean. They care if you have wine"

"Best friends forever, never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart"

"Best friends pho-ever"

"Best friends: Ready to die for each other, but will fight over the last slice of pizza"

Best Little Town in Two States (Anthony, TX & Anthony, NM)

Best Location in the Nation

"Best way to get rid of kitchen odors: Eat out"

"Betray'all: When a southern person betrays you"

Betsy Gotbaum and the fictional "Big Apple whores"

"Better 6 feet apart than 6 feet under" (social distancing)

"Better 6 feet away than 6 feet under" (social distancing)

"Better blatant than latent" (gay slogan)

"Better days are coming. They are called Saturday and Sunday"

"Better days are coming. They are called Saturday and Sunday"

"Better days are just around the corner. They are called Friday, Saturday and Sunday"

"Better days are just around the corner. They are called Friday, Saturday and Sunday"

Better Quickly Exit (Brooklyn-Queens Expressway or BQE nickname)

"Better safe than sued"

"Better six feet apart than six feet under" (social distancing)

"Better six feet away than six feet under" (social distancing)

"Better sore than sorry"

"Better the devil you know than the devil you don't know"

"Betting against gold is the same as betting on governments"

"Betting is like liquor. You can make it illegal, but you can't make it unpopular"

"Betty Eats Cakes And Uncle Sells Eggs" ("because" spelling aid)

"Between 11 and 3 stay under a tree"

"Between a rock and a weird place" (Pflugerville, near Round Rock and Austin)

"Between hay and grass"

"Between pigeons and politicians, it's hard to keep the courthouse clean"

Bet a Big Apple

"Bet on the jockey, not the horse" (business adage)

"Bet that it would never rain again" (Texas weather joke)

Beverly Hills of the East Coast (Malba, Queens)

"Bevo. It's what's for dinner." (anti-UT Longhorn slogan)

"Beware of geeks bearing formulas"

"Beware of the dog. And the cat is not trustworthy, either"

"Beware the empty subway car. It’s empty for a reason" (subway tips and etiquette)

"Beware the empty train car. It’s empty for a reason" (subway tips and etiquette)

"Beware the injured golfer" ("Beware the sick golfer")

Bewitching Broker (female stockbroker)

"Beyond meat implies the existence of bed meat and bath meat"

"Be alert. Don't get hurt" (safety slogan)

"Be always sure you're right -- then go ahead" (Davy Crockett)

"Be a cupcake in a world full of muffins"

"Be a Fruit Loop in a world of Cheerios"

"Be a girl with a mind, a woman with attitude and a lady with class"

"Be a good person in real life. I promise you none of this social media shit matters"

"Be a good person in real life. I promise you none of this social media stuff matters"

"Be a good person in real life. None of this social media shit matters"

"Be a good person in real life. None of this social media stuff matters"

"Be a good person in real life, not in social media"

"Be a good person in real life, not just on social media"

"Be a pineapple: Stand tall, wear a crown, and be sweet on the inside"

"Be careful about reading health books -- you may die of a misprint"

"Be careful when you follow the masses. Sometimes the 'M' is silent"

"Be curious, not cool"

"Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful" (Warren Buffett)

"Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire"

"Be for what is going to happen" (political rule)

"Be Good Or Be Gone" (McSorley's Ale House & others)

"Be grateful that no matter how much chocolate you eat, your earrings will still fit"

"Be happy with what you have while working for what you want"

"Be honest, you haven't even walked a mile in your own shoes"

"Be kind. Re-wine"

"Be kind to unkind people. They need it the most"

"Be nice. Be useful. Bring beer"

"Be nice. Be useful. Bring coffee"

"Be nice. Be useful. Bring wine"

"Be nice to America or we'll bring democracy to your country"

"Be nice to people on your way up because you'll meet the same people on your way down"

"Be nice to the janitor. You may be working for him tomorrow" (business adage)

"Be nice to the office boy. You may be working for him tomorrow" (business adage)

"Be not afraid of any man, no matter what his size; when danger threatens, ... I will equalize"

"Be not dismayed cause dis June"

"Be risk diverse, not risk averse" ("Be risk aware, not risk averse")

"Be somebody who makes everybody feel like somebody"

"Be so good they can't ignore you"

"Be stronger than your strongest excuse"

"Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help"

"'Be strong,' I whispered to my wifi signal"

"Be stubborn about your goals, but flexible about your methods"

"Be sure to bring up politics at Thanksgiving this year to save on Christmas gifts"

"Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm"

"Be the reason someone stops believing in government"

"Be the reason someone stops believing in the government"

"Be the type of person who leaves a mark, not a scar"

"Be with someone who brings out the best in you, not the stress in you"

"Be you. The world will adjust"

BGT Sandwich (bacon, goat cheese and tomato)



Bicycle "Dooring"

Bicycle Messenger


BIC (Bronx Irish Catholic)

Bien Me Sabe or Bienmesabe ("Tastes good to me" spongecake with coconut cream)


Biflation (bi- + deflation/inflation)

BigApple2BigEasy (BABE) car rally

"Bigger snacks mean bigger slacks"

"Bigger than Dallas" ("Bigger 'n Dallas")

"Biggest waste of money: my 2020 planner" (2019–20 coronavirus pandemic)

Big Agbalumo (Lagos nickname)

Big Apple

Big Appleite (inhabitant of the Big Apple)

Big Appler (inhabitant of the Big Apple)

Big Apples Are Top of the Barrel

Big Apple 1970s Revival: Charlie Gillett and Lew Rudin

"Big Apple" (song by Kajagoogoo, 1983)

"Big Apple, 3 AM" (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time video game, 1992)

"Big Apple, 3 AM" (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time video game, 1992)

"Big Apple" and Donald Trump (Fortune magazine photo, 1989)

"Big Apple" and the Dutch phrase, "to buy for an apple and an egg" (2020)

Big Apple Anime Fest (2001-2003)

"Big Apple" answer on "Final Jeopardy!" (2009)

"Big Apple" answer on "Final Jeopardy!" (2009)

Big Apple Awards (New York City public school teachers, 2013-present)

Big Apple Awards (New York City public school teachers)

Big Apple Awards (PRSA -- New York Chapter)

Big Apple Awards (Public Relations Society of America-NY Chapter, 1988-present)

Big Apple Bagels (bagel chain)

Big Apple Bagels (Illinois bagel chain, 1985-present)

Big Apple Ball (charity ball, May 1973)

Big Apple Ball (Donald Trump Presidential Inauguration, 2017)

Big Apple Ball (Donald Trump Presidential Inauguration, 2017)

Big Apple Barbecue Block Party

Big Apple Bar & Restaurant (New Orleans, 1952-1960s?)

Big Apple Bar & Restaurant (New Orleans, 1952-1960s?)

Big Apple bet (1988, 2003) between mayors of New York City and Columbia, South Carolina

Big Apple Blizzard (Dairy Queen dessert)

Big Apple Blizzard (Dairy Queen dessert, 2014)

"Big Apple Blues" (song by Slade, 1977)

"Big Apple Blues" (song by Slade, 1977)

"Big Apple Blues" (The Facts of Life episode, 1988)

Big Apple book by Gerald Cohen, Barry Popik (1991, 2011)

Big Apple Bowl

Big Apple Cafe & Event Centre (Waitomo, New Zealand, 1995-present)

Big Apple Cafe (Puryear, TN and Murray, KY, 1950s-present)

Big Apple Cake (cannabis)

Big Apple (cannabis)

Big Apple cannabis (2020)

Big Apple Cap (Big Apple Hat)

Big Apple cap or Big Apple hat (named after the dance, 1937-present)

Big Apple Car, Inc.

Big Apple Car, Inc. (1983-present)

Big Apple Circus

Big Apple Circus (1977-present)

Big Apple City

Big Apple City (Strawberry Shortcake animation, 1981)

Big Apple (city ornament of Columbia, SC, 2021)

Big Apple Coaster (New York-New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, 1997-present)

Big Apple (cocktail with sake)

Big Apple (cocktail with sake, 2013)

"Big Apple" Cohen-Popik Work On Television (?)

Big Apple Comic Con (1996-present)

Big Apple Comix (1975)

Big Apple Concession (City Park in New Orleans, 1947-1949)

Big Apple Concession (City Park in New Orleans, 1947-1949)

Big Apple (convenience stores in Maine and New Hampshire, 1974-present)

Big Apple Copy Center

Big Apple Copy Center (1979-present)

Big Apple Corner (1992-1997)

Big Apple Corner (1997 Law & Today)

Big Apple Corner (1997 Law & Today)

Big Apple Corner (New York Morning Telegraph site)

Big Apple Corner (New York Morning Telegraph site)

Big Apple (crime drama television series, 2001)

Big Apple (crime drama television series, 2001)

Big Apple Dance

Big Apple dance craze (1937)

Big Apple dance craze (1937)

"Big Apple" (Dan Burley's Original Handbook of Harlem Jive, 1944)

"Big Apple" date?: January 15, 1920

Big Apple Donuts & Coffee (Malaysia chain)

Big Apple Donuts & Coffee (Malaysia chain, 2007-present)

Big Apple Doughnut (Krispy Kreme donut, 2020)

Big Apple Doughnut (Krispy Kreme donut, 2020)

"Big Apple Dreamin'" (song by Alice Cooper, 1973)

"Big Apple Dreamin'" (song by Alice Cooper, 1973)

Big Apple (drinks using applejack)

Big Apple (drinks using applejack, 1938)

Big Apple Elevator Service and Consulting

Big Apple Elevator Service and Consulting (2006-present)

"Big Apple" explained in a movie (Barney's Version film, 2010)

"Big Apple" explained in a movie (Barney's Version film, 2010)

Big Apple Fame and Fortune

Big Apple Fashioned (cocktail, 2012)

Big Apple Fashioned (cocktail)

Big Apple Fest (2004)

Big Apple Fest (2005)

Big Apple Field Hockey (BAHF)

Big Apple Film Festival

Big Apple Film Festival (2004-present)

"Big Apple" float (NY Daily News in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade)

"Big Apple" float (NY Daily News in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, 1977-2017)

Big Apple Florist

Big Apple Florist (1991-present)

Big Apple (former official drink of the Belmont Stakes)

Big Apple (Fort Worth, TX barbecue restaurant, 1941-1968)

Big Apple (Fort Worth, TX barbecue restaurant, 1941-1968)

Big Apple (Fort Worth, TX barbecue restaurant, 1941-1968)

Big Apple Games (video games, 1986)

Big Apple Games (video games, 1986)

Big Apple Grapple (arm wrestling)

Big Apple Greeter

Big Apple Greeter (1992-present)

Big Apple Grill & Bar (Puryear, TN and Murray, KY)

Big Apple Grocery Store

Big Apple Grocery Store (Harlem, 1945-1949)

Big Apple (Harlem bar/restaurant, 1934)

Big Apple Hat (Big Apple Cap)

Big Apple Hostel

Big Apple Hostel (1994-2014)

Big Apple Inn (Jackson, MS restaurant)

Big Apple Inn (Jackson, MS restaurant, 1939-present)

"Big Apple" in East Village Other (1969-1971)

"Big Apple" in East Village Other (1969-1971)

"Big Apple" in Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s novel Slaughterhouse-Five (1969)

"Big Apple" in the 1930s (Two clubs, plus song and dance)

"Big Apple" in the 1940s-1950s

Big Apple Jazz Tours

Big Apple Jazz Tours (1997-present)

Big Apple kiosk (Mumbles, Swansea Bay, Wales, 1930s-present)

Big Apple logo for Made in NYC (2003-present)

Big Apple logo for New York Urban League (1981-present)

"Big Apple" lyric in the Joni Mitchell song "Song for Sharon" (1976)

"Big Apple" lyric in the Joni Mitchell song "Song for Sharon" (1976)

"Big Apple" lyric in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song "I'm a Country Boy" (1975)

"Big Apple" lyric in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song "I'm a Country Boy" (1975)

"Big Apple" lyric in The Rolling Stones song "Shattered" (1978)

Big Apple Mall (Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines, 2018-present)

Big Apple Martini (or Big Apple-tini)

Big Apple Martini or Big Apple-tini (cocktail, 2000)

Big Apple Meat Market

Big Apple Meat Market (1992-present)

Big Apple Mini Storage

Big Apple Mini Storage (1974-present)

Big Apple Minute (WNEW-TV Channel 5, 1980-1987)

Big Apple Minute (WNEW-TV Channel 5, 1980-1987)

Big Apple Mojito

Big Apple Mojito (cocktail, 2005)

Big Apple Movie (WNEW-TV Channel 5, 1981-1986)

Big Apple Movie (WNEW-TV Channel 5, 1981-1986)

Big Apple Moving & Storage

Big Apple Moving & Storage (1979-present)

Big Apple Netball Tournament

"Big Apple" nightclub (The Three Faces of Eve film, 1957)

Big Apple (official drink of the Belmont Stakes, 1976)

Big Apple of Idaho (Fruitland, Idaho nickname)

Big Apple of New England (Johnny Appleseed Visitors Center, 2019-present)

Big Apple of the Midwest (Columbus, Ohio nickname)

Big Apple of Wathena, Kansas (1928-1940)

Big Apple on New Year's Eve Ball at One Times Square (1981-1988)

"Big Apple" on NPR's "Ask Me Another" (2020)

"Big Apple or Die Tryin'" (Pee-wee's Big Holiday film, 2016)

"Big Apple or Die Tryin‘" (Pee-wee’s Big Holiday film, 2016)

Big Apple Pancake House (Chicago Heights and Joliet, IL, 1980-present)

"Big Apple" (Perry Mason, "The Case of the Jilted Jockey" episode, 1958)

Big Apple Pizza (Israeli pizza chain)

Big Apple Pizza (Israeli pizza chain, 1986-present)

Big Apple Pizza & Pasta (Florida pizza chain)

Big Apple Pizza & Pasta (Florida pizza chain, 1997-present)

Big Apple plaque (1996)

"Big Apple Rappin'" (rap by Spyder-D, 1980)

"Big Apple Rappin'" (rap by Spyder-D, 1980)

Big Apple Red (color)

Big Apple (roadside attraction in Colborne, Ontario, Canada, 1987-present)

Big Apple (roadside attraction in Thulimbah, Queensland, Australia, 1978-present)

"Big Apple" (Robert S. Gold's A Jazz Lexicon, 1964)

"Big Apple" (Robert S. Gold’s A Jazz Lexicon, 1964)

Big Apple (Robinette's Apple Haus, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1973-present)

"Big Apple Rock" (disco song by Black Ivory, 1979)

"Big Apple Rock" (disco song by Black Ivory, 1979)

Big Apple (roller coaster at Astroland, Brooklyn, 1977-2008)

Big Apple (roller coaster at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach, Norfolk, UK, 1998-present)

Big Apple (sculptures by Romero Britto, 2006 at LaGuardia Airport & 2011 at JFK Airport)

Big Apple (sculpture at Yamanashi Prefectural Museum, Japan, 2008-present)

Big Apple (sculpture by Romero Britto, JFK Airport, 2011-present)

Big Apple (sculpture by Romero Britto, LaGuardia Airport, 2006-present)

Big Apple (sculpture in Medina, New York, 2000-present)

Big Apple Shake

Big Apple Shine Parlor

Big Apple Shine Parlor (Harlem, 1942)

"Big Apple" (song by Bob Emmerich and Buddy Bernier, 1937)

"Big Apple" (song by Kajagoogoo, 1983)

"Big Apple" (song by Molly Hatchet, 1978)

"Big Apple" (song by Molly Hatchet, 1978)

"Big Apple" (spoken by Frank Sinatra, 1950)

Big Apple Stars Awards Program (Hotel Association of New York City)

Big Apple Stars Awards Program (Hotel Association of New York City, 1997-present)

Big Apple Supermarket & Red Apple Supermarket

Big Apple Supermarket (Georgia supermarket chain, 1939-1980)

"Big Apple -- the major tracks of the country" (1933)

Big Apple Timeline

Big Apple (tourist information booth, Meaford, Ontario, Canada, 1974-present)

Big Apple Triple (thoroughbred racing)

"Big Apple" T-shirts from the Daily News (1975)

Big Apple (USS Appalachian, 1946)

Big Apple (USS Appalachian, 1946)

"Big Apple Waltz" (song by Sweet, 1979)

"Big Apple Waltz" (song by Sweet, 1979)

Big Apple Whore Hoax (1800s)

Big Apple (Yeaju-Dake Escarpment, Battle of Okinawa, 1945)

Big Apple (Yeaju-Dake Escarpment, Battle of Okinawa, 1945)

Big Appling (to do the Big Apple dance)

Big Appling (to visit New York City)

Big Appling (to visit New York City, 1976)

Big Artery or Hardened Artery or Main Artery (Broadway)

"Big as hell and half of Texas"

Big Street (Broadway)

Big Auger

Big A (Aqueduct Racetrack nickname, 1959)

Big A (Aqueduct Racetrack nickname)

Big A (Aqueduct Racetrack nickname, 1959)

Big Bad Apple (Big Apple + bad apple)

Big Belly (trash compactor)

Big Blue Apple (Big Blue + Big Apple)

Big Blue; Big Blue Wrecking Crew

Big Board

Big Brothers (Big Sisters)

Big Brother Corporation (BBC nickname)

Big Brown (United Parcel Service or UPS nickname)

"Big Bugs in the Big Apple" (James and the Giant Peach film, 1996)

Big Burg

Big Cave

Big Cheese

Big Chilli (summary)

Big Country

Big Crapple

Big Crescent (New Orleans nickname)

Big Dance (NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship)

"Big deal, McDonalds. We’re all here for a limited time only"

"Big deal, New York. I drop the ball all the time"

Big Easy (New Orleans nickname)

Big Empty (Texas plains)

Big Enchilada; Full Enchilada; Whole Enchilada

Big Friendly (summary)

Big Glou (natural wine fair)

Big Greasy (New Orleans nickname)

Big Guava (summary)

Big Hair House

Big Harma (Big Pharma + harm)

"Big hat and no cattle" ("All hat and no cattle")

"Big Mac" (Municipal Assistance Corporation)

Big Man On Campus (BMOC)

Big Mikan (summary)

Big Money Texas or BMT (Beaumont nickname)

Big Nipple (summary)

Big Olive (Thebes, Greece nickname)

Big Onion

Big Orange (Tel Aviv, Israel nickname)

Big Oyster

Big O (Omaha, Nebraska nickname)

"Big Pharma does not create cures. They create customers"

Big Peach

Big Persimmon (summary)

Big Pharma

Big Pharmafia (Big Pharma + mafia)

Big Pineapple (Australian icon)

Big Pineapple (Honolulu, Hawaii nickname)

Big Pineapple (San José, Costa Rica nickname)

Big Plum ("New York may be the Big Apple, but Cleveland's a Plum")

Big Potato (Boise, Idaho nickname)

Big Potato (jocular mistake for "Big Apple")

Big Red Apple (sculpture in Cornelia, Georgia, 1926-present)

Big Red with the Long Green Stem (Seventh Avenue/Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard)

Big Road Apple (Big Apple + road apple)

Big Rue (Broadway)

Big Sandy (Belmont Park nickname)

Big Scrapple (Philadelphia nickname)

"Big Sibling is watching you"

Big Six

Big Sleazy (New Orleans nickname)

Big Smoke (London, UK nickname)

Big Smoke (Toronto, Canada nickname)

Big Smoke (Toronto, Canada nickname)

Big Stem (Broadway)

Big Swinging Dick (BSD)

"Big team, little me"

Big Tent

Big Tex

Big Things Happen Here (Dallas slogan)

Big Three (Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security)

Big Time and Big Town

"Big-time players make big-time plays in big games"

Big Top (circus)

Big Ugly Fat Fuckers Eating Together ("buffet" backronym)

Big Ugly Import Car Killer (Buick backronymic nickname)

Big Ugly (New York State budget process nickname)

Big White (White House nickname)

Big Willy, Mental Dental Building, Filling Station, Tooth Tower (Williamsburg Bank Building)

Big Yam (Lagos nickname)

Bike Ninja

Bike Salmon

"Bike to work. Bike to play. Bike tomorrow. Bike today!"

BILF (bacon or burger variant of MILF)

"Bilingual education makes you illiterate in two languages"

Billennial (bilingual + millennial)

Billionaire's Belt

Billionaire Beanstalk (luxury skyscraper)

Billionaire Pie (Furr's cafeterias)

"Bills: paid, Bank account: empty, Working: still, Adulting: sucks, Yee: haw"

"Bills travel through the mail at twice the speed of checks"

Billy Goat Date Cake (Billy Goat Cookies)

"Bill Gates walks into a bar..." (bar joke)

Bill Johnson’s Big Apple (Arizona restaurants, 1956-2015)

Bill Johnson's Big Apple restaurants

"Binary 101 is not a beginners' course"

Binghamton: Bingo (nickname)

Binghamton: Carousel Capital of the World (nickname)

Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott: Triple Cities

Binghamton: Parlor City (nickname)

Binghamton: Spiedie

Binghamton: Valley of Opportunity (nickname)

Bingo (game)

BIN (Born In Nacogdoches)

Biocrat (biology + bureaucrat)

"Biology is the least of what makes someone a mother"

"Biology is the only science in which multiplication means the same thing as division"

Birch Beer

Birdie (golf score)

Birding Capital of East Texas (Mineola nickname)

Birdseed or Bird Seed (children's trail mix)

Bird Circuit (Manhattan gay bars with bird names)

"Bird in Flight" (WTC Transportation Hub)

Birkenstock Liberal

"Birthdays are nature's way of telling us to eat more cake"

"Birthday suits tailored here" (gym sign)

Birther or Birfer (presidential citizenship skeptic)

Birthplace of Jazz (New Orleans nickname)

Birthplace of Modern American Drama (Provincetown Playhouse)

Birthplace of Texas (Deer Park nickname)

Birthplace of Texas Ranching (Goliad slogan)

Birthplace of the Lone Star Flag (Montgomery slogan)

Bir Zeit on the Hudson (Columbia University)

Biscochitos or Bizcochitos (anise seed cookies)

"Biscotti are just coffee croutons"

"Biscotti are just cookie croutons"

"Biscotti are just dessert croutons"

"Biscotti are just sweet croutons"

"Biscotti are just tea croutons"

"Biscuits and gravy is just milk, butter and flour on top of milk, butter and flour"

"Biscuits and gravy is just wet flour on dry flour"

Bismarck (pastry)

"Bis for the guys" (weightlifting saying)

Bitcoinaire (bitcoin + billionaire/millionaire)



"Bite off more than one can chew" (undertake too much)

"Bite the Big Apple" (Murder, She Wrote episode, 1991)

"Bite the Big Apple" (The Devil's Advocate film, 1997)

Bi-coastal (NY & LA)

BK (Brooklyn)

BK Lounge (Burger King nickname)

"Blablabla. Go workout!" ("Bla bla bla. Go workout!")

Blackbirds (Long Island University teams)

"Blackened Chicken Recipe: 1. Clean chicken 2. Place chicken in oven 3. Go check Facebook"

"Blackened Chicken Recipe: 1. Clean chicken 2. Place chicken in oven 3. Go check Instagram"

"Blackened Chicken Recipe: 1. Clean chicken 2. Place chicken in oven 3. Go check social media"

"Blackened Chicken Recipe: 1. Clean chicken 2. Place chicken in oven 3. Go check Twitter"

Blackout Cake

"Blackout in a can" (caffeinated and alcoholic energy drink)

Black and Bleu Salad

"Black and proud" ("I'm black and I'm proud")

Black-and-White (cookie)

Black and White (shake or soda)

Black Bottom Cake (Black Bottom Pie)

Black Bottom (dance)

Black Budget

Black Car

Black Cow or Brown Cow (root beer float)

"Black/Dark as midnight under a skillet"

Black Diamond (black truffle nickname)

Black-Eyed Pea Capital of the World (Athens nickname)

Black Friday (Big Friday)

Black Friday (false etymology about slavery)

Black Friday Slaughter Sale

"Black Friday special! Stay at home and save 100%"

Black Knight

Black Mardi Gras (Texas Relays nickname)

Black Monday; Black Tuesday; Black Thursday; Black Friday (Wall Street stock declines)

Black Monday (head coach firing day after NFL regular season)

"Black olives matter"

Black-Robed Gang (court judges)

Black Rock (CBS); Hard Rock (ABC); 30 Rock (NBC)

Black Russian (cocktail)

Black Tin Pan Alley or Uncle Tom's Cabin (Gaiety Building)

Black Wall Street

Black Zone (area without electrical power)

"Blahblahblah. Go workout!" ("Blah blah blah. Go workout!")

Blameocracy (blame + democracy); Blameocrat (blame + bureaucrat)

Blamestream Media

"Blame America first"

"Blame the Indian, not the arrow"

"Bland salad is a problem that needs a dressing"

"Blast from the past"

Bleisure (business + leisure)

"Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape"

"Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt"

"Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused"

"Blessed are those who hunger and thirst because they are sticking to their diet"

Blessing of the Bicycles (Blessing of the Bikes)

Blessing of the Fleet (BayFest)

"Bless the cook who serves love and laughter"

"Bless the food before us, the family beside us, and the love between us"

"Bless the food upon the dishes as you blessed the loaves and fishes"

Blimpie (sandwich)

"Blind people come to the ballpark just to listen to him pitch"

Blind Pig

Blind Pool

Blind Tiger


Blintze (Blintz; Blin)


"Blisters are braille for 'awesome'" (running saying)

Blisters on My Sisters (egg dish, similar to huevos rancheros)

Block Party

Blogola (blog + payola)

Blondie (Blond Brownie or Blonde Brownie)

Bloody Angle (Doyers Street)

Bloody Awful (British Airways nickname)

Bloody Caesar (cocktail)

Bloody Maria (cocktail)

Bloody Mary (cocktail)

Bloody Mary (cocktail) & Celery Stalk/Celery Stick Stirrer

"Bloody Mary, full of vodka, blessed are you among cocktails"

Bloody Meyer (cocktail)

Bloody Ridiculous Investment Concept (BRIC backronym)

"Blood, toil, tears and sweat" ("Blood, sweat and tears")

"Blowing on the wine in your coffee mug to convince the rest of the zoom meeting that it is tea"

BlowU (University of Oklahoma or OU nickname)

BLT (Bites, Licks and Tastes)

BLT (BMT) Sandwich (bacon, lettuce and tomato)

Blueberry in the Tomato Soup (Austin political nickname)

"Bluegrass is music sung from the heart, through the nose"

Blues, Barbecue and Fireworks Festival

Blueway (East River Blueway)

Blue Alert ("Amber Alert" for officers)

Blue and White, Cubs, Lions (Columbia teams)

Blue Anon

Blue Chip

Blue Collar

Blue Monday (third Monday in January)

Blue Money

Blue Norther

Blue Plate Special

Blue Privilege (police blue + white privilege)

Blue Santa

Blue Smoke and Mirrors

Blue State/Red State

Blue Steel

Blue Tarp Mexican (slang for a Guatemalan)

Blue Velvet Cake

Blue Wall of Silence (Blue Code of Silence)

Blue Zone

Blursday (blurs + day)

Boardinghouse Reach (Boarding House Reach)

Boatgating (boat + tailgating)

"Boats come in three dimensions: length, width and debt"

BOAT (Break Out Another Thousand)

Boat Check

Boat Show

Bobbie Burns (cocktail)

BOBO (bacon on bagel omelet)

Boccone Dolce (Sweet Mouthful)

BoCoCa (Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens)



"Bodybuilding -- When your mission in life is to be shaped like a uterus"

"Body language is self explanatory"

Body Man

Body Woman

BOGO or BOGOF (Buy One, Get One Free)

BOGSAT or BOGSATT (Bunch of Guys Sitting Around The Table)

Bohemian Boulevard or Bohemian Broadway (East 72th Street in Yorkville)

BoHo (Bowery below Houston Street)


"Boil it, cook it, peel it or forget it"

"Boisterous Sea of Liberty" ("Tempestuous Sea of Liberty")

Bois d'Arc Capital of Texas (Commerce nickname)

BOI (Born On the Island) & IBC (Islander By Choice)

Bola Tie (Bolo Tie)

"Bold stripes, bright stars, brave hearts"

Bolillo (Mexican bread)

Boll Weevil Democrat

"Bologna is a hot dog for people who like pancakes"

"Bologna is just a flat hot dog"

"Bologna is just a hot dog pancake"

Bolts (Brooklyn FXFL football team)

Bomber Sandwich

Bomboloni (Italian doughnuts)

"Bomb hills, not countries" (skateboarding adage)

"Bomb into the Stone Age" (total destruction)

BOMFOG (Brotherhood Of Man, Fatherhood Of God)

Bond Vigilante

Bonehead Play or Boner ("Merkle's Boner")

"Boneless wings are just chicken nuggets for adults"

Bone Alley

Bonghorns & "Book 'em, Horns!" (Longhorns & "Hook 'em, Horns!")

Bongo Boulevard (51st Street, between Seventh Avenue and Broadway)

"Bonjour, y'all" (Paris, Texas greeting)

Bonut (biscuit + doughnut)

Bon Appetex

Boobeoisie or Booboisie (boob + bourgeoisie)

Boobus Americanus

"Boob job implies the existence of boob unemployment"

Boob Tube (television)

Boodle Board (Board of Aldermen)

Booger King (Burger King nickname)

Boogie Down Bronx

"Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren't very new after all"

Book Row (or, Booksellers' Row)

"Boomerangs are just frisbees for lonely people"

Boomerang Buyer

Boomer Doomer or Boomer Remover (COVID-19 nickname)

Boomer Remover or Boomer Doomer (COVID-19 nickname)

Booporium (boo + emporium)


Boots on the Ground

Boot Hill (cemetery for those who "died with their boots on")

Booyah (stew)

Boozeday Tuesday

Broadway's Living Room or Broadway's Supper Club or Broadway's Nightclub (Feinstein’s/54 Below)


"Borders, language, culture"

Border Burger (South of the Border Burger; Tex-Mex Burger)

Border Buttermilk (tequila sour)

Boregonian (The Oregonian newspaper nickname)

Boremont (Beaumont nickname)

"Born Free, Taxed to Death"

"Born on third base and thinks he hit a triple" (a privileged person)

"Born, raised and protected by God, guns, guts & glory"

Boroughite (inhabitant of a borough)

Borough Hall (side-arm pitch in Brooklyn)

Borough of Cemeteries (Borough of the Dead)

Borough of Homes

Borough of Universities and Parks (Bronx)

Borough That's Thorough (Brooklyn)


Bosshole (boss + asshole)

"Bosshole (noun): A person who turns into an asshole ten seconds after being made Supervisor"

"Boss, can I have a week off around Christmas?" (joke)

Boss Hog Bowl or Boss Hawg Bowl (Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington)

Boss Indians Around (Bureau of Indian Affairs or BIA nickname)

"BOSS spelled backwards is double-SOB"

"Boss told me to leave my problems at the door when I come to work, so I asked him to stand outside"

"Boss: Would you be able to pass a urine test? Me: No problem. Distance or accuracy?"

"Boss: You should have been here at 8:30! Employee: Why, what happened at 8:30?"

Boston Cooler

Boston Iced Tea (iced tea with cranberry juice)

Boston Sour (cocktail)

Botana (Botana Platter/Botanas Platter; Botana Plate/Botanas Plate)

Botax (Botox + tax)

"Both the Democrat and the Republican are running for president of Ohio"

"Bottled water companies don’t produce water, they produce plastic bottles"

Bottle Alley (47 Baxter Street)

"Bottle of Pearl, please!" (Pearl Beer slogan)

"Bottomless breadsticks implies the existence of topless breadsticks"

Bottomless Brunch

Bottomless Cup

Bottom Dollar ("Bet your bottom dollar")

Bottom Line (Bottom-Line)

Boudain or Boudin (Boudain Balls or Boudin Balls)

"Boudin is like sex. Even if you have to buy it at a truck stop it's still pretty good"

"Bought a Dracula themed clock. Every second Count"

"Bought a high definition dessert today. It was a creme Blu-ray"

"Bought a pedometer the other day. It came with step by step instructions"

Boula-Boula (Boula Soup; Boula Gratinee)

Boulevard of Broken Hearts or Boulevard of Broken Dreams (Wall Street)

Boulevard of Death (Queens Boulevard)



"Bourbon is just water living up to its full potential"

"Bourbon: Making ice taste better since 1783"

"Bourbon (noun) -- magic brown water for fun people"

Bourye (bourbon + rye)

Bowen's Rule (Bowen's Law; Bowen's Revenue Theory of Cost)

Boweryite (inhabitant of the Bowery)

Bowery Boy

"Bowery Gals" (1853)

Bowie Knife

"Bowling is basically an hour of drinking beer occasionally interrupted by six seconds of exercise"

Bowl of Blessedness (Will Rogers on chili)

Bowl of Red (chili)

"Boxing is a lot of white men watching two black men beat each other up"

"Boxing is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography and the dancers hit each other"

Boxing Mecca (Madison Square Garden nickname)

Box Ball (Boxball)

Boycott; Girlcott; Procott; Buycott

Boys in Blue (New York City Football Club or NYCFC nickname)

Boy's Town or Boys Town (Zona de Tolerancia; Zona Roja; Zona Rosa)

"Boy, did I call it or what? -- George Orwell"

"Boy From New York City" (1965)

"Boy, Hidy!" (or "Boy, Howdy!")

"Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl" (drama plot)

Bo Broadway (Beau Broadway)

BPEC (bacon, potato egg and cheese)

Bracketology (Bracketologist)

Bradley Effect (Wilder Effect; Dinkins Effect)

Bragging Rights

"Braille is not that difficult to learn. You just have to have a feel for it"


"Brains are soft. Helmets are hard. Use both" (bicycle saying)

Brain Freeze

Brain Tablet (cigarette)

Brain Trust

Brand X

Branson of Texas (Granbury nickname)

Brass Band Without a Leader (beans without pork)

Brass Band With a Leader (pork and beans)

BRAT diet (Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast)

Brat Pack

Bravocado (bravo + avocado)

Bravo Sierra (b.s., or bullshit)

Brazilian Big Apple (São Paulo nickname)

Brazilian Day

Brazilian Film Festival

Brazos River Catfish Stew

"Breadcrumbs are toast confetti"

"Bread ain't done in the middle" (stupid)

Bread-and-Butter Issue

"Bread and cheese are slang terms for money. So, I'm stacking grilled cheese sandwiches"

"Bread and water can so easily be toast and tea"

"Bread crumbs are just really small croutons"

"Bread goes into the toaster as a 'slice,' but comes out as a 'piece'"

"Bread is an edible sponge"

"Bread is like the sun. It rises in the yeast and sets in the waist"

Bread Line


"Breakfast Anytime" ("...so I ordered French toast in the Renaissance")

Breakfast Burrito; Breakfast Taco

"Breakfast in London, lunch in New York, baggage in Buenos Aires" (airline joke)

"Breakfast is the best alarm"

"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day"

Breakfast of Champions (menudo)

Breakfast Pizza

"Breakfast pizza is the most important meal of the day"

"Breakfast tacos are the most important meal of the day"

Breakfast Test (journalism axiom)

Breakup Cake

"Break a leg!" (theatrical saying, meaning "good luck")

"Break up the Yankees!"

Break Your Spirit Airlines (Spirit Airlines nickname)

Breastaurant (breast + restaurant)

Breather (stock market pause)

"Breathing first, winning next"

"Breed the best to the best and hope for the best" (horse racing adage)

Breitbarf (Breitbart News + barf)

Breitfart (Breitbart News + fart)

Bremain (Great Britain/British + remain)

Brewers Row (North 11th Street, Williamsburg; Linden Street, Bushwick)

Brewski (beer)

"Brew. Enjoy. Empty. Repeat" ("beer" backronym)

Brexit (Great Britain/British + exit)

Brexting (breakup + texting; breastfeeding + texting)

"Bricks are domesticated rocks"

BRIC (Brazil + Russia + India + China)

Bridal Building

Bridal Row; Wedding Row

Superbas (Brooklyn baseball team)

Bridegrooms (Brooklyn baseball team)

Bridgegate (George Washington Bridge lane closures)

Bridgetown (Portland nickname)

Bridge and Tunnel People

Bridge (card game)

Briet (bridal diet)


"Bringer" show

"Bring home the bacon"

"Bring ideas in and entertain them royally, for one of them may be the king"

"Bring it on!" ("Bring 'em on!")

"Bring to the table" (to contribute something)

Brisket Taco

British Accreditation Registry ("bar" backronym)

British Brainwashing Corporation (British Broadcasting Corporation or BBC nickname)

British Bullshit Corporation (British Broadcasting Corporation or BBC nickname)

British Invasion (Broadway in the 1950s; rock and roll music in the 1960s)

"British people be like 'I am Bri ish' because they drank the T"

Brixit (Great Britain/British + exit)




"Broadway's a great street when you're going up. When you're going down — take Sixth Avenue."

"Broadway Baby" (1971)

Broadway Bible (New York Morning Telegraph, Variety nickname)

Broadway Bible (New York Morning Telegraph, Variety nickname)

Broadway Blueshirts

Broadway Bowl

Broadway Brownie

Broadway (Coca-Cola with vanilla ice cream)

Broadway Country Club/42nd Street Country Club (Knickerbocker Hotel bar)

Broadway Diner (on Lexington Avenue)

Broadway Flip Sundae

"Broadway implies the existence of a Narroway"

"Broadway implies the existence of a Narrowway"

Broadway North (Toronto, Canada nickname)

Broadway on Broadway

Broadway Show League

Broadway (slang for flashy dresser, loud talker)

Broadway soda

"Broadway (So Many People)" (2005)

Broadway Under the Stars

"Broccoli might get stuck in your teeth, but french fries will get stuck on your ass"

"Broken cookies don't have calories"

"Broken crayons still color"

"Broken trust is like a melted chocolate..."


Broker Babble

"Broke as a joke"

"Broke is temporary, but poor is a state of mind"

Bronxite (inhabitant of the Bronx)

Bronx Bombers

Bronx Cheer

Bronx Cocktail

Bronx Crepes Suzette (blintzes)

Bronx Grape (Bronx Seedless Grape)

Bronx Indian or Brooklyn Indian

Bronx Riviera (Orchard Beach)

Bronx Salute

Bronx Toilet (Yankee Stadium)

Bronx Vanilla (garlic)

Brookhattan (Brooklyn + Manhattan)

Brookhaven: Crookhaven (nickname)

BrooklyKnight or Brooklyn Knight (Brooklyn Nets mascot)


Brooklynettes (Brooklyn Nets cheerleaders/dancers)


Brooklynite (inhabitant of Brooklyn)

Brooklyn's Backcourt (Brooklyn Nets' guards)

Brooklyn's Eiffel Tower (Coney Island Parachute Jump)

Brooklyn's Jewel or Brooklyn's Backyard (Prospect Park)

Brooklyn's Little Harlem (Bedford-Stuyvesant)

Brooklyn's Restaurant Row (Smith Street)

Brooklyn Blackout (ice cream)

Brooklyn born, Brooklyn bred, and when I die I'll be Brooklyn dead

Brooklyn Boys (delirium tremens)

Brooklyn chewing gum (from Italy)

Brooklyn Clothesline

Brooklyn Cocktail

Brooklyn Country Music

Brooklyn Eats!

Brooklyn Fade or Brooklyn Blowout (haircut)

Brooklyn Grit

Brooklyn Hilton (Brooklyn Detention Complex)

Brooklyn International Film Festival

"Brooklyn is the bedroom of New York"

Brooklyn Jawbreaker (bagel)

"Brooklyn looks like an ice skating dragon"

Brooklyn National Anthem ("Spring is sprung...")

Brooklyn-Queens Day

Brooklyn Side, New York Side (tenpins)

"Brooklyn-Style" Pizza

Brooklyn (vanilla and caramel frappuccino)

Brooklyn Wooley

"Brooklyn Zoo" (1995)

Brooknam (Brooklyn + Vietnam)

"BROOK-LYN!" (Brooklyn chant)

"Broomstick parking only. All others will be toad"

Brosé (bro + rosé)

Brosurance (bro + insurance)

"Brothel? Oh, I'm not looking to make soup"

"Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" (1932)

Brother-in-Law Sandwich (chopped beef, hot links and cheese)

Brother Jonathan (summary)

"Broth is just meat tea"

Brownie Butts

Brownie; Meter Maid


Brownstone Belt

Brownstone Front Cake

Brownsville: Never Ran, Never Will

Brownsvillian (inhabitant of Brownsville)

Brown Bag Special ("crack kit")

"Brown eggs are local eggs and local eggs are fresh"

Brown Sadness Water (decaf coffee)

Brown Santa

"Bro even sleeping gettin boring now"

"Bro, you want this pamphlet?"/"Brochure"

"Brunch is breakfast without an alarm clock"

"Brunch (noun): the socially acceptable excuse for day drinking"

Brush Country

Brutus Salad

Brut (cocktail)

Bryanite (inhabitant of Bryan)

Bryant Park Summer Film Festival

BS-19 (bullshit + COVID-19)

BSPN (ESPN nickname)

BTFATH (Buy The Fucking All Time High)

BTFD (Buy The Fucking Dip)

BTFGS (Buy The Fucking Government Shutdown)


BTFWWIII (Buy The Fucking World War III)

Bubbaland or Bubba-land or Bubbaville or Deep Bubba (South Austin)

Bubba Dump (Bubba Gump Shrimp Company nickname)

"Bubba likes it" (Lone Star Cafe slogan)


Bubbemycin or Bubbe-mycin (Jewish chicken soup)

Bubblecovery (bubble + recovery)

Bubblenomics (bubble + economics)

"Bubbles are for bathtubs" (housing bubble)

Bubblevision (bubble + television)

Bubble Dancer (a person who washes dishes)

"Bubble tea sucks balls"

Buchanan: Fukushima on the Hudson (Indian Point Energy Center nickname)

Buchanan: Chernobyl on the Hudson (Indian Point Energy Center nickname)

"Bucket list: 1. Bucket, 2. Ice, 3. Beer"

Buckley Rule (vote for most conservative primary candidate likely to win general election)

Buckle (Blueberry Buckle; Peach Buckle)

"Buckle up your guts"

Buckraker (buck + muckraker)

Bucktown (Brownsville, Brooklyn or the borough of Brooklyn)

Buck nun (bachelor)

Buda (summary)

Buddha's Delight or Buddhist Delight (vegetarian dish)

Buddha Jumps Over the Wall or Buddha's Temptation (Fo Tiao Qiang)

Budget Axe (Budget Ax)

"Budget: A mathematical confirmation of your suspicions"

Bud and Breakfast (marijuana bud + bed and breakfast)

Buffalo: Beef-on-Weck; Bomber Sandwich; Chicken Wings

Buffalo: Buffalove (Buffalo + love)

Buffalo: Buffalo Sundae (ice cream sundae)

Buffalo (city name etymology)

Buffalo: City of Good Neighbors (nickname)

Buffalo: City of Light (nickname)

Buffalo: City of No Illusions (nickname)

Buffalo: Electric City of the Future (nickname)

Buffalo: Nickel City (nickname)

Buffalo: Peanut Sticks

Buffalo: Pizza Logs

Buffalo: Queen City of the Lakes (nickname)

Buffalo: Spaghetti Parm (Spaghetti Parmesan)

Buffalo: Sponge Candy

Buffalo Sundae

Buffetiquette (buffet + etiquette)

"'Buffet' is a French word that means 'get up and get it yourself'"

Buggering British Children (British Broadcasting Corporation or BBC nickname)

"Bugled to Jesus" (to die)

"Bugs Bunny won't accept any files through WeTransfer or Google Drive. Use a WhatsApp doc"

Buharlem or Bukharlem (Bukhara + Harlem)

"Building 7 didn't demolish itself"

"Building 7 didn't kill itself"

"Building cul-de-sacs is a dead end job"

"Building Seven didn't demolish itself"

"Building Seven didn't kill itself"

"Build a man a fire and he'll be warm for a night..." (joke)

"Build Back Better -- brought to you by people who have never built anything"

"Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs"

"Built by bonds"

Built On Self Success ("boss" backronym)

Bukharan Broadway or Bukharian Broadway (108th Street in Rego Park, Queens)

Bulb Belt (Broadway)

Bulgogi Burger (Bulgoki Burger)

"Bulimic cannibal at rave throws hands up"

"Bullets and fireworks are the only things that do their job after they are fired"

"Bullets are the only things that do their job after they're fired"

Bullet Sandwich

Bullionaire (bullion + -aire)

"Bullish on America" (Merrill Lynch)

Bullshit Insider (Business Insider nickname)

Bullshit Labor Statistics (Bureau of Labor Statistics or BLS nickname)

"Bulls and bears make money, but pigs get slaughtered" (Wall Street adage)

Bulltard (bull + retard)

Bullwinkle District

Bully Pulpit

Bulldog Edition

Bull Dozers or Bulldozers (similar to Southwestern Eggrolls)

Bull Dyke or Bulldyker (dyke or dike); Bulldyking

Bull Market

"Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism, and die on euphoria"

"Bull riding is one of those sports that got started by 'Watch this. hold my beer'"

Bull Shit (Bachelor of Science or BS backronym)

Bumbleberry Pie (Bumble Berry Pie)

Bumbling Bomber

Bumper Thumper (minor automobile accident)

"Bumping elbows is the new first base"

Bumpitrage (bump + arbitrage)

"Bump, set, spike" (volleyball axiom)

Bum Rap (undeserved criminal punishment)

Bum Steer

Bum Steer Awards (Texas Monthly)

Bunch of Assholes (Bank of America nickname)

Bungler-in-Chief (an incompetent top executive)


"Bunnies are cuddly, the large and the small. I like chocolate ones the best of them all"

"Bunny kisses and Easter wishes"


"Bureaucracy defends the status quo long past the time when the quo has lost its status"

"Bureaucracy is a method for transforming energy into solid waste"

"Bureaucracy is the art of making the possible impossible"

Bureaucratese or Bureaucrapese (bureaucratic language)

"Bureaucrats cut red tape -- lengthwise"

Bureaucrazy (bureaucracy + crazy)

Bureaustan (bureau + -stan)

Bureauweenie (bureaucrat + weenie)

Bureau of Incompetent Asses (Bureau of Indian Affairs or BIA nickname)

Bureau of Land Mismanagement (Bureau of Land Management or BLM nickname)

Bureau of Large Mistakes (Bureau of Land Management or BLM nickname)

Bureau of Lies and Statistics (Bureau of Labor Statistics or BLS nickname)

Bureau of Livestock and Mining (Bureau of Land Management or BLM nickname)

Bureau of Wrecklamation (Bureau of Reclamation nickname)

"Burgers are just meat Oreos"

Burger (from "hamburger")

Burger King Kids

"Burglars please carry ID so we can notify next of kin"

Burma Road (Asian restaurants on 52nd Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues)

Burnham's Folly (Flatiron Building)

"Burnt is just another flavor"

Burn the British (toasted English muffin)

"Burpees? I thought you said 'beer please'"

"Burpees? I thought you said Slurpees"

"Burpees? Yeah, no. I thought you said Slurpees"


"Burritos are like blunts. If you can't roll, get a bowl"

"Burritos are like blunts made out of food"

"Burritos are sleeping bags for ground beef"

"Burritos as big as your head" (restaurant sign)

"Burritos brought to life!" (Blockheads)

"Bury the lede" ("Bury the lead")

Busboy or Bus Boy ("busing" tables)

"Buses have the route number on the back so you can confirm that it was your bus you just missed"

Bushwickan (inhabitant of Bushwick, Brooklyn)

Bushwicker (inhabitant of Bushwick, Brooklyn)

Bushwickian (inhabitant of Bushwick, Brooklyn)

Bush League

"Busier than a one-armed paper hanger"

"Busier than a one-legged man in an ass kicking contest"

"Business conventions show how many people a company can operate without"

Business Improvement District (BID)

"Business was so bad they were shooting deer in the balcony" (Broadway saying)

"Business without profit is not business any more than a pickle is a candy"

Buster Brown (United Parcel Service or UPS nickname)

Bus Festival

Bus (slang term for ambulance)

Bus Station of Airports (LaGuardia Airport nickname)

Butlersburg (Empire City Race Track nickname)

Butterfield Effect (Butterfield Fallacy; Butterfield Paradox)

Butterfly Cut (cooking technique)

Butterhorn (pastry)

Buttermilk Channel

Buttermilk Dressing (Buttermilk Salad Dressing)

Buttermilk Pie

"Butternut squash is a real let down. No butter. No nuts. Just squash"

Butter-and-Egg Man

ButtFeed (butt + BuzzFeed)

Butt-chugging (alcohol enema)

Butt Fumble (2012 Jets fumble)

"But even a bad cup of coffee is better than no coffee at all. New York has great water for coffee"

"But first, cocktails"

"But first, coffee"

"But first, iced coffee"

"But for a beautiful moment in time we created a lot of value for shareholders"

"But if that was true it would be on the news"

But It's Not Google (Bing backronym)

"But I think I love fall most of all"

"Buyers are liars and sellers are, too" (real estate saying)

"Buying an airline ticket is like paying shipping and handling for yourself"

"Buying insurance is almost the exact opposite of buying a lottery ticket"

Buying Stampede

"Buy cheap, buy twice"

"Buy 'em when they're sleepin', hold 'em when they're creepin', sell 'em when they're leapin'"

"Buy in gloom, sell in boom"

"Buy land -- they ain't making any more of it"

"Buy low, sell high" (Wall Street proverb)

"Buy one beer for the price of two, and get the second beer free"

"Buy on the fringe and wait. Buy land near a growing city!"

"Buy on the rumor, sell on the news" (Wall Street proverb)

"Be right and sit tight" ("Buy right and sit tight"/"Buy right and hold tight")

Buy/Sell the Brooklyn Bridge

"Buy sheep, sell deer"

"Buy someone for what they're worth; sell them for what they think they'll bring"

"Buy stocks that go up; if they don't go up, don't buy them" (Will Rogers)

"Buy straw hats in the winter" (Wall Street proverb)

"Buy the best and cry only once"

"Buy the book before you buy the coin" (coin collecting adage)

"Buy the dips, sell the rips" (Wall Street adage)

"Buy the worst house in the best neighborhood" (real estate adage)

"Buy to the roar of cannon and sell to the sound of trumpets" (Wall Street adage)

"Buy when there's blood in the streets" (Baron Rothschild in 1871)

"Buy with bread, sell with cheese" (wine saying)

Buzzard's Breath Chili

Buzzard Boulevard (Broadway)


Buzz Bar (coffee and alcohol bar)

BW3 (Buffalo Wild Wings & Weck nickname)

Bwanker (banker + wanker)

B'way (Broadway)

BX (Bronx)

BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag)

BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle, Bring Your Own Beer); BYOL (Bring Your Own Liquor)

BYOM (Bring Your Own Meat)

By Hammer and Hand All Arts Do Stand (Mercantile Library)

"By law, you are required to turn on your headlights if it's raining in Sweden" (joke)

"By Newton's Third Law of motion, for every pulled pork sandwich, there is a pushed pork sandwich"

"By way of Canarsie" (Canarsie, Brooklyn)

"By working faithfully eight hours a day you may eventually be the boss and work twelve hours"

"B.A., Buenos Aires, Big Apple" (Evita musical, 1978)

B-Boy or B-Girl (Bronx Boy/Girl or Break Boy/Girl)

"B.C. stands for 'Before Coffee'"

B-Dubs (Buffalo Wild Wings nickname)