Lets just say, if dinner time your evening meal, why are dinner ladies not called lunch ladies?
So are you a lunch-dinner person or dinner-tea person?
I used to be dinner-tea but have slowly become a lunch-dinner
I was a dinner - tea but I have also been converted to the lunch - dinner.
But, I am seriously considering converting back again. I miss tea-time.
i am and always have been a lunch dinner lady!!
and tomorrow i am having lunch with ladies at a refined eatery
and it goes without saying there will be large jugs of wine too
Really posh people have "supper".....
Oh good grief!
Become a grazer like me and that solves the problem. I have:
Breackfast, brunch, early lunch, lunch, teaish, tea, dinner, supper.
All angles covered.
throw in second breakfast and hairy toes and kk could be a hobbit
Edit: Small is obviously nearly there...
Lunch is always lunch but tea and dinner at interchangeable.
Tea you have at home, dinner you have out.
There are exceptions though:
If you have people over at tea time, it's dinner if you push the boat out a bit. Otherwise it's still tea. The same applies if you go to someone else's.
A posh late lunch could be either. I think.
I've thought about this too much haven't it?
Yes, BDB, truly you have
My daughter came home from school saying "My teacher says I need to bring dinner money, but I only stay for lunch so what does she mean?" And I'm all for "tea" being an extra meal between lunch and supper/dinner involving mainly sweet things and, er, cups of tea.... I'm not posh tho'....
Time to go for lunch, BDB.
Imski wrote (see)
throw in second breakfast and hairy toes and kk could be a hobbitEdit: Small is obviously nearly there...
I've often thought that if you have a hot midday meal then that is dinner but if it is just sarnies then it is lunch.
Same goes for evening meal. If it is sandwiches (usually at the weekend) then it is tea but if it is a hot meal then it is dinner.
*hangs head and joins BDB in the thinking about it too much corner*
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