Yah. Super. Thanks ever so much. Sitting room. PLU darling
Lets just face it, your main meal of the day is called DINNER - i dont give a **** what TIME you say you eat things, they are just rough guides. My dinner could be at 11 at night. Aslong as it was the main meal i had that day its officially called ginner.
and if you disagree, shut up becuase you are wrong.
mmm, ginner. My favourite meal/drink combo
breakfast, lunch, dinner/tea depending on how I feel...
no it does nt sound like your posher than other people, i think Northen people have different words. I have the same thing when i go to Midlands to see my cousin he thinks im common.
Er. Since when has saying 'tea' instead of 'dinner' for the evening meal being a feature of northern dialects?
I've always said 'dinner' and so has everyone in my family, whereas the guy at the end of my corridor from Surrey always says 'tea'.
It's more down to how you've been brought up in your family to say it, rather than regional variation...
oh this is fun! people arguing over breakfast and lunch and brunch.. i mean, it doesn't get much better than this... except maybe in the movies.
i guess you're comparatively posh.
Lol, we're still arguing over this two terms in- it's breakfast, dinner, tea. If you have dinner in the evening, to me that means a formal dinner party or going out for a romantic dinner or something. Cue lots of confusion for the poor international students!
OP, you're not posh- quilt and duvet are interchangable as far as I'm concerned! And I'm definitely not posh...