Friday, December 10, 2010

lunch "and" diner

I mean, can you ever be simultaneously lunch AND diner? I'm just saying. I don't even know what diner means here. Thanks, Liz.

5 comments:

Paul said...

Look at me! I have two colors of chalk. Whee! They're coming to take me away. Hee hee!

bizzarg said...

Isn't it spelled DINNER?

James Gilmore said...

It means that they are open both to lunch and to the diner - that is, the person who eats the lunch.

They won't just put lunch out in front of nobody, to sit there and not be eaten.

toep said...

And in the 'cake and eat it two' department...

toep said...

make that three colors Paul