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Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!!

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Harvey 2

02-17-2013 12:16:26

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Back in my younger days we ate three meals a day.
Dinner Supper
Now they call dinner lunch and supper, dinner
We would refer to lunch a meal that was light, like a sandwich.
After all in the good book, they called it the last supper. Not the last dinner.

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02-17-2013 16:48:12

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to Harvey 2, 02-17-2013 12:16:26  
We still have supper at our house, but the kids have moved to the city now and would be made fun of if their freinds heard them call it supper, so they all eat "dinner" at supper time. Really hate to see people give up their heritage for the sake of fitting in.

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JD Seller

02-17-2013 17:35:37

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to english, 02-17-2013 16:48:12  
Every heard of a "Dinner Club" ???? Always was a Supper Club around here.

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02-17-2013 13:04:03

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to Harvey 2, 02-17-2013 12:16:26  
10-4 Bruddah!!!!

I was raised in S. TX. like you. When I grew up and went into industry, they had the names all messed up as you stated.

Now that I am retired and back home, it's back to Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper. Flu Flu on the business world.


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02-17-2013 12:20:41

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to Harvey 2, 02-17-2013 12:16:26  
Maybe, when people went to the local Diner to eat their evening meal that was how it might have become to be called "dinner"?

I don't know. What ya think?

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02-17-2013 12:31:22

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 Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!! in reply to Greg1959, 02-17-2013 12:20:41  
I just say let's eat, or let's stop, and eat!

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