\ˈpan ˈer-ə ˈdip\ v. the distinctive characteristic motion by potential Panera Bread customers carrying a laptop bag when entering the establishment and looking for a seat in the proximity of an outlet. The motion is denoted by a few steps forward, a bending at the waist with a look left or right to see if there is an outlet, repeat. Usually seen in numbers at peak hours when outlets are mostly taken by students and laptop loners.
Panera should have installed more outlets, there are 5 people doing the Panera dip.
by youtube-MercTV March 15, 2009