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Don't think I've ever said dinner.
A ^This thread.
how many meals do you have a day?
to be fair i just eat randomly through the day so probably have that many some days
I was just running through the options. 'Supper' isn't a meal anyway
breakfast, brunch OR afternoon tea depending on breaktimes at work, tea at home, and a supper if supper means a bit of something before bed.
sometimes tea is appropriate sometimes dinner. can't explain it.
- what's for TEA?
- go out for DINNER
- DINNER time
- DINNER's ready
- have ___ for tea
you don't say going out for tea.
if it's a friend then yeah. If it's my family then it's dinner. I'm going out for dinner tonight, for example.
When I lived at home we'd call it tea, it was a light meal of sandwiches etc because we ate our cooked meal in the afternoon.
for the unemployed
breakfast in the morning, then you get your dinner at dinner time and then in the evening you have your tea
and aren't hollow eyed chinless virgins
I say tea because I'm cool. Dinner is the meal you eat under the supervision of dinner ladies.
Would anyone say they were taking someone out for tea? No you would say dinner.
Here endeth everything ever.
And I say I'm taking people out for tea
Have you or have you not ever posted tea after someone's post?
*winds bandaging around knuckles*
icwar: Hi meo, wanna go out for tea?
me: yeah okay
icwar: meet at 7 yeah?
6:30 - I'm going out for TEA with icwar but tea to me is tea so I have my dinner because I don't wanna starve
7pm: meet icwar and she goes 'lets go nandos'
me: huh? i already ate
But I've never really had this problem. Maybe it's cos I never ever leave the NORTH.
Same as when people say 'dinnertime'
it's probably time for us to fight.
Tea is a liquid. It's just confusing otherwise.
But well done anyway.
you can stick your fukin dinner up your hoop.
can i take you out for tea?
unless I'm trying to "pass" north of St Albans where it's "BRekk-UH, COBBBBB-BUHHH....and GLIVVIH-GLAVVIH-MIH-SON-BIT-UH-LURRRELIH TEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAA MAH PETSON SON MIH SON TEEEEAAAAA"
maybe we'll solve it forever this time.
It's about attacking those different to ourselves.
I remember in year 8 my class had a huge fight at lunch time about the pronunciation of 'scone'. Verbal AND physical.
and there, they call a snack that you have before bedtime, like some cereal or some toast, 'supper'. I thoroughly approve.
Breakfast, lunch, tea, supper.
we do this in my family (from Herts.) as well- 'supper' is some milk and cookies and that.
My Northern mates call dinner 'supper'. Oddly enough, so do really posh people.
or a shot glass of juice
Its called supper and I will gut anyone who says different
That's exactly what supper is.
....dinner ladies NOT lunch ladies
I am northern though.
I will only travel north of the Thames begrudgingly.
everyone used to shout OY DINNERLADY at them anyway
Proper tea is theft!!!
Can't believe I've just thought of this joke. Yes.
NICHE NICHE NICHE
but asked if she could book a table for dinner. When she turned up, they only had a booking in her name for the evening.
She no longer works with us.
surely the place would want a time on the reservation?"?!?@!)£)£*(????