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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    so basically

    Supper - Posh people
    Tea - Northerners
    Dinner - everyone else
    untrue. i say tea and im not from anywhere near the north. dinner seems more posh to me
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    peasants
    You're a what?
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    Tea at 2-3pm - When I was like 8, I thought this meant you had to eat biscuits, scones and drink tea in the afternoon.

    Dinner at 5pm - More formal

    Then

    Supper at 10pm - We would usually have hot chocolate and a biscuit, basically a snack - Less formal
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Why does supper = posh people? I have supper.
    and common as muck?
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    It goes Breakfast, Dinner, Tea.

    Supper is like a bowl of cereal you would have at about 9:30pm.

    Anyone else who disagrees with me are wrong
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Why does supper = posh people? I have supper.
    do you live in the south, or central or north west London?
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    and common as muck?
    :lol: exactly!
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    My folks call it tea and are not northern.

    Don't really know what I call it now, "food", "dinner" or "grub"
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    You're a what?
    ihy bye
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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    do you live in the south, or central or north west London?
    Hampstead, so north-west.
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    ihy bye
    Thank god I've finally got rid of you!
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    peasants
    yes hello hi
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Hampstead, so north-west.
    exactly
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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    exactly
    exactly what?
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    Pls don't speak about yourself like that
    u joker
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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    u joker
    You reported it
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    Thank god I've finally got rid of you!
    oh.
    I see how it is
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    (Original post by TheGoodPharaoh)
    You reported it
    I didn't but someone reported me Idk why
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    (Original post by _princessxox)
    oh.
    I see how it is
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    (Original post by chanel_666)
    What do you call it and what time do you have it?
    Iftar. Around 9:25p.m. as that's when my fast opens.
 
 
 
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