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The Big Debate

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after a couple of conversation on teamspeak this week, we need a definative answer,

 

Is it   :-   Breakfast, Dinner and Tea

 

OR

 

is it  :- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

 

Personally i think its breakfast, dinner and tea,  what you lot reckon

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In regional terms, up north it's brekkie, dinner and tea.

 

All three can be combined into one word, scran.

Also, nosebag applies.

 

We say bacon barm, although up and down the country, Shish kebab is still the same.

 

I've gone off topic here, and i'm starving. So i'm going to have my tea.

 

Bready.

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Vaul,

 

Dinner is modern and / or American, but it's ok to use. Although it could be confused with a meal at midday in certain parts of the country.

 

Tea abbr. teatime is British.

 

You could even use evening meal. Well they do at B+B's in Filey and Blackpool.

 

Bready Asda.

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this is like the debate on   muffins...

 

where i come from,manchester its a muffin,, ie,chip muffin,oven bottom muffins,

muffin in america is a cake,

down south its bread cake or bread roll i think...its all the southerners who do it wrong in all ways,in my opinion  hahaha

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I'll agree with you there Werns. Dinner is lunchtime.

But for me, dinner isn't the term for an evening meal.

 

Yeah Hunter, the Southerners call them bread rolls and call biscuits 'cookies'.

 

Bread Roll.

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Fuckin' weirdo's....

Its "Grub" ...simples!  :)

 

Well...For me it used to be brekkie,dinner and tea...but since moving "daaaan saaaf" it seems to have become brekkie lunch and dinner.

I blame the wife...Or Werner... One of them is bound to be responsible.

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Fair play Stumps. Tea or dinner, it's all the same.

 

Apparently, if you go to a chippy, then some slang terms apply.

 

A fish is a 'swimmer' and baked beans are known as a tray of Kojaks.

:lol:

Bready.

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bringing the chippy into it, all i can think of is chippy tea,   chicken curry and chips and a dozen spring rolls please,  (still dont think twelve is enough, but ordering 16 get you called a fat bastard)   ;)

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