Poll: What do you call it?
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View poll results: What do you call it?
Dinner
151 71%
Supper
31 14%
Other
32 15%
Voters: 214.
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#3
i call it...

tea

im aussie though haha
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#7
I get annoyed when people say "tea." It makes me think of some uptight rich people dressed up and sitting at a little round table sipping tea out of small cups.
#9
Tea.

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#10
lol Mason, i call it tea, but thats only because i live in aussie. it kinda does remind me of stuck up posh people, but its our slang for dinner aswell.
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#11
I call it dinner, to me supper seems too generic...like, I picture some southern family in the 1800's returning from a long day of hard work and then the mom says "supper!" and all the kids scurry in and then the dad walks in, puts his killstick by the door and smiles and tells the children how he just shot their pet cow Bessy and THAT is their supper and then the kids have this utterly horrified look on their face and they all run into their rooms. From there, the mom yells at the dad and they have a big argument and then the dad storms off into the dead of night, looking for a purpose in his seemingly lone existence...


And that is why I call it dinner and not supper.
#12
I say tea also
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#13
Dinner.

Supper to me sounds too old fashioned.

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I call it dinner, to me supper seems too generic...like, I picture some southern family in the 1800's returning from a long day of hard work and then the mom says "supper!" and all the kids scurry in and then the dad walks in, puts his killstick by the door and smiles and tells the children how he just shot their pet cow Bessy and THAT is their supper and then the kids have this utterly horrified look on their face and they all run into their rooms. From there, the mom yells at the dad and they have a big argument and then the dad storms off into the dead of night, looking for a purpose in his seemingly lone existence...


And that is why I call it dinner and not supper.


My reason + this = why I call it dinner.
#16
I call it supper, or dinner, whichever one I like. Although, I do just say food sometimes.
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I call it tea.

And no, my family aren't posh, so **** you
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#19
i used 2 say Tea (AUSSIE!) but i tend to say dinner when im with my friends or out somewhere
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#20
the term supper originally implied a meal in the early afternoon. Obviously the term has changed over the years.

I call it dinner.
#23
Dinner- for normal people
Supper- rednecks (YEEE HAAAW)

I choose the former.
#25
Avondeten.

Dutchies!

It's awesome basically it means "Eveningfood". Now THAT'S easy!

In English I'd call it dinner though.
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#26
Supper is before you go to bed, dinner is during the after noon, tea is in the evening, and breakfast in the morning. I thought that was universal . . . . . . . .
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#27
Meal time.

I eat like 5 meals a day usually and two of them are around the time people eat their dinners/supper.
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I call it tea.

And no, my family aren't posh, so **** you


Same.

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#31
I call it "meal"
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#32
Dinner is the Midday meal,
and Supper is a light evening meal
and you're missing Tea, the afternoon meal

the American need to be *slightly* different from the UK, FTL
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#33
I call 'tea' 'snack' lol
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#34
Okay, here is my list of meals and their appropriate times:
Breakfast - Immediately after waking up
Brunch - Late breakfast, eat a lot and you won't have to have lunch
Elevenses - A snack before lunch, in case you didn't have enough breakfast
Lunch - Midday meal
Dinner/Tea - Evening meal

Usually I don't eat anything between lunch and dinner, and if I do I don't really call it anything.
#38
tea and im oztraylien
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Avondeten.

Dutchies!

It's awesome basically it means "Eveningfood". Now THAT'S easy!


Heh, pretty much the same thing in Afrikaans - "aandete"

But since I'm English speaking, supper. Some of my friends call it dinner but nobody uses 'tea' here.
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