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Old 10-31-10, 04:28 AM
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Old 10-31-10, 05:23 AM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Dinner > lunch
Old 10-31-10, 10:29 AM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

This is deep. Usually dinner is bigger than lunch in this household. Also more formal. And more delicious. There are exceptions. I'm not sure it can be boiled down to a simple equation.

Lunch = Yummy
Dinner = Yummy

Lunch != Dinner

I don't solve dinner, I eat it.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

breakfast > lunch or dinner
dinner > lunch
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

When Lunch > Dinner, I usually feel over full.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Breakfast trumps all
Old 10-31-10, 11:34 AM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

I enjoy a good breakfast when possible. I especially like brunches in cities where restaurants will keep brunch going well into the afternoon. There's something magically lazy about a 3:30PM brunch with unlimited mimosas.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Brunch... FTW!!
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Supper.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Lunch is definitely overrated.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Linner.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

In the south, lunch and dinner are often the same thing. The evening meal in called supper.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Lunch is dinner. Evening meal is supper.


Wonder what to put in my dinner pail tomorrow.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Elevensies?
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Lunch is better because restaurants charge less for the same food.
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Originally Posted by SkullOrchard View Post
In the south, lunch and dinner are often the same thing. The evening meal in called supper.
Grew up in SD and it was supper too. Dinner was kind of used for either at times.
Old 10-31-10, 09:40 PM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

what about afternoon tea?
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Siesta!!!!!
Old 10-31-10, 10:38 PM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

But what if I want FreakBast?



-T. HEEK!

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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Lunch? Dinner? Yes, please!
Old 10-31-10, 10:44 PM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

...well, as long as hbilly's payin'...

HEY BRONKSTER!

GET YER FEET OUTTA THE GRUB!!!

Old 11-01-10, 05:35 PM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

Originally Posted by scott1598 View Post
Linner.
Originally Posted by Joe Camel View Post
Dunch.
Brelundinner
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

I sometime wear women's panties.
Old 11-01-10, 05:58 PM
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Re: Lunch > Dinner?

I sometime wear granny's panties.

(When I'm out of my 'manly panties', I mean.)

'What BIG panties you have...Grandma!'

(...after 'I've' worn them, that is.)



-I'M THEEK. THE GRANNY PANTY STRETCHER!

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