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Arkla Missy
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re: Dinner vs. Supper

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Dinner is at noon; supper is at night.

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You're a Catholic or live in a Catholic dominated region, so you do what you do with names of meals.

I go by what I was raised with in regard to what names I use for meals, no matter where I am living. In most of the south, the midday meal was "dinner" and the evening meal was "supper." It still is, as far as my family and I are concerned.


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Gris Gris
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OTIS!NO RULES FOR SAUCES ON STEAK!!
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re: Dinner vs. Supper
Both

And there's no such thing as "breakfast for dinner". It's "breakfast for supper".


foolishness
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Member since Feb 2013
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re: Dinner vs. Supper
Hello everyone, yes I'm new. They said I should start posting on the F&DB board first as you people are the most civil, polite and easiest to get along with.

As for Dinner vs. Supper, we were poor growing up so the noon hour did not mean food, it meant 12:00pm.

And 6:00 was not for supper or dinner, it meant that it would soon be dark.








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bbrou33
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Laughy Et
Member since Oct 2011
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re: Dinner vs. Supper
Grew up with it always being Supper. Moved to LSU and was made fun of all the time so I learned to say dinner. I now use whichever based on who I'm speaking with.

Breakfast
Lunch
Supper/Dinner
Late Night Snack (Even if it's 15 taco's, it's a snack)


Bleeding purple
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Member since Sep 2007
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re: Dinner vs. Supper
never anchored?


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