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1. Also known as a nooner or a “boat ride” (during which a boat ride may or may not occur), but always a mid-day sexual encounter with your significant other. Not to be confused with afternoon delight which always occurs after LUNCH.

2. “LUNCH” is an intimate gathering of gentlemen who meet to eat and drink mid-day, not to be confused with “lunch”. The number of gentlemen must exceed three men and has no upper limit other than the size of the table.

Often LUNCH has no set menu, nor is it prix fix. The most exclusive LUNCH gatherings have menus established by the chef under the “carte blanche” rule of Michelin dining.

LUNCH must include multiple bottles and types of liquor. Bonus LUNCH points are accrued for flaming drinks. Some expert arbiters of LUNCH actually cook and eat their own lunches in the restaurant’s kitchen, in which case the number of attendees may fall below two people, and may only occur if the acumen is judged high enough by the executive chef.

LUNCH may not last less than 1.5 minutes (a.k.a. Lunchus Minoris) nor exceed 6.5 hours (a.k.a. Lunchus Majoris nee Cazadores Primerus Majorus).
I met my wife for LUNCH after picking up the latest SI swimsuit edition...

Charles said we should meet for LUNCH on Friday and Marcelino took such good care of us I was in trouble until Tuesday!
by Mr-Gus April 12, 2019
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The process of searching a building for an empty bathroom. A successful bowl search typically relieves the frustration of uncomftorably defecating around others, although in less frequent cases the desire to urinate alone is a factor. Bowl searching can be done anywhere although it is most prevelant on college campuses.
"In college I did a lot of bowl searching."

"Sam went to the bathroom like 20 minutes ago. Jeez, what's taking so long?"

"He's probably bowl searching."
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1. The second meal of the day, except for college students where it's the first meal of the day.
2. The mid-day break from the work place (usually 60 minutes), though sometimes used for work-related social interactions.
3. (out to ~) crazy
1. (YAWN) Damn, it's one o'clock. We have to get lunch before the cafeteria closes.

2. I'm going on lunch break right now. Let's do lunch tomorrow and discuss this further.

3. My boss is really out to lunch. No, I mean figuratively -- she's nuts.
by Bill M. July 28, 2004
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A one-word email sent out @ approximately 10am by co-workers, most often the office slacker, as a desperate attempt to avoid actual work. Generally a call for others to join in pointless bickering regarding the location, time and mode of transport to 'Lunch'
Kosta: Lunch

Melissa: Indeed

Andrew: Yep

Kylie: That's right

Kosta: no, when

Melissa: at lunchtime

etc etc etc
by Lunchmadness November 30, 2003
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noun; a blow-job. lunch can be either given or received.
"she gave me lunch yesterday and it was so nice"

"Dude, I heard George got some lunch from her."
by titsmiggie March 09, 2010
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