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King: "I wonder what's for dinner."
Link: "Oh boy! I'm so hungry, I could eat an Octarok!"
by Raymoo October 16, 2007
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Nov 26 Word of the Day
A tiny, almost imperceptible cough, usually hidden behind a mask due to; emphysema, asthma, allergies or the dreaded COVID, so as not to alarm others to your potential of being “the infected.”
I was walking through the grocery store and I had a tickle in my throat but I didn’t want people to think I was contagious so I let out a microcough.
by PeteLoaf320 November 25, 2020
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D'inner
D inner
D inn er
D in er
D in her
Guy1: "Hey man, is she bothering your again?"
Guy2: "Yeah, she wants d'inner but I've been busy at work 24/7..."
Guy1: "Well, you've gotta eat anyway right?"
Guy2: "Huh? No, i'm not talking about dinner, I'm talking my 'D' in her."
by Johnny Ledge June 21, 2016
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last and most formal meal of the day; prelude to a fuck
She: "Everytime he takes me to a nice restaurant for dinner I fuck him afterwards."

He: "What's for dinner ?"
by Jake March 08, 2004
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an often used lame excuse to ditch your friends when you feel the need to do something better. Usually implies things such as showering, jacking off, tv, bitching, and occasionally dinner will be eaten. All while your friend is anxiously waiting on facebook chat.
oh srry shelby i gotta go to dinner. talk to you later
by pieshop skeezy October 20, 2009
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Anything good/Anything exciting
Person 1: “did you hear there’s gonna be a sale at _______”

Person 2: “ REALLY? DINNER!”

Person A: “Turns out the teacher won’t be taking that for a grade

Person B: “Oh, that’s dinner”
by Waida Wayk June 04, 2019
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A common word in Youtube.com's "Wand of Gamelon".
Also very stupid and annoying when said over and over and over again.
Can be used as a noun, verb and adjective
Noun: I like to eat dinner.
Verb: I want to dinner your mom.
Adjective: Guy 1- Dude! Look what I just did.

Guy 2- Dude!!! That's totally dinner!
by jkpoo May 24, 2010
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