my table: it's broken :(
by cloude <3 October 30, 2021
Not my table” is an idiom that comes from the service industry meaning “not my business” or “not my problem”. Used originally by waitresses to tell beckoning customers in other sections that they were not that waitress’s problem.

Made popular by “Rick and Morty” S3, Ep6
See also “my name’s Paul, and this shit’s between y’all”
When my lyounger sister asked me to bail her boyfriend out of jail because tomorrow is his birthday I replied “Sorry sis, not my table”.
by John Westley Hardly October 25, 2017
The act of getting things done by providing adequately.
Person 1: You’ve been quite busy lately. Does your job pay enough to support your home and pay all the bills?
Person 2: Yes, I set my table.
by Blueberrypie December 31, 2019
Inviting one or more parties to openly participate in sexual activities. Synonymous with "come hit that" and "smack that ass".
Come by my place and fall on my coffee table.
by cautiscy September 2, 2009