Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Ben, May 16, 2016.
Dinner for sure, unless you're @AelNire. Otherwise it's acceptable, cause it's endearing and hilarious.
Supper when I am in Canada. Dinner when I am in the USA! USA! USA!
I say dinner but the good sis @AelNire says supper so I'm prob just not cool enough to say supper.
You're def cool enough!
have you ever seen a supper menu at a restaurant? no because it's dinner
Voted supper by accident. Probably what the other voter did too. Who says supper?
Dinner. I have no problem with supper, or whatever else. If there's food involved, I'm cool with it.
Old people and apparently @AelNire
I think it's probably a southern thing, although I'm born and raised in Texas and I don't know a single person who says supper.
Dinner. Because it's 2016.
While I was growing up, my parents referred to meals as Lunch (noon) and Supper (evening). My grandparents referred to them as Dinner (noon) and Supper (evening). It was weird. I now say Lunch (noon), and Dinner/Supper (evening, interchangeable).
Dinner. Though my dad's always called it supper, so I didn't know it was so rare.
My grandma says dinner for lunch and supper for dinner.
I chose "other" because I say "food"
Supper is the better option though even though I don't say it
Imagine being the person who calls each meal food. I should beat the shit out of you tbh.
I say "lunch" because it defines a time when food is cheaper than other times
But pls relax Ronnie