Definder - what does the word mean?

What is for dinner?

A common word in'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!

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for dinner - video

For dinner - what is it?

The first action towards executing dinner plans.

If we need to be at the movie by 8:30, and there is a train leaving Philedelphia at 6:00 moving at 65 mph, what time should we dinnerize to make it on time?

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What does "for dinner" mean?

Anything good/Anything exciting

Person 1: โ€œdid you hear thereโ€™s gonna be a sale at _______โ€

Person 2: โ€œ REALLY? DINNER!โ€

Person A: โ€œTurns out the teacher wonโ€™t be taking that for a gradeโ€

Person B: โ€œOh, thatโ€™s dinnerโ€

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For dinner - what does it mean?

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

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For dinner - meaning

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 ?"

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For dinner - definition

The process of eating dinner.

I used it in msn messenger

Person: Hey watsup?
Me: Auto message: I'm dinnering at the moment
Leave me a msg.

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For dinner - slang

The gathering of a group of animals to dine together and enjoyment of company. Generally used with loud animals and animals that might not otherwise enjoy each others company unless for food or the benefit of the group as a whole.

Are we dinnering tomorrow?
He/she/they/it enjoyed dinnering last night

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For dinner

Avoiding taking a well-reasoned stance on an issue or set of issuesโ€”especially political onesโ€”due to ignorance, laziness, or to avoid conflict.

Think politics at a boomer Thanksgiving.

This term was first coined by Otto Shade in 2019.

Dinnerist Uncle at Thanksgiving: Socialism is bad because MUH GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE MY GUNS.

Marxist-Dinnerist Grandpa: Capitalism is bad but I will not articulate what anarchy means in tangible terms, nor will I put forth the effort to find a way to do so. Read Marx.

Dinnerist Mother: Now, now, why don't we talk about something less contentious, like Black Friday sales!

Rational Human Being: This dinnerism is insufferable.

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For dinner

Something that the king wonders about.

King: "I wonder what's for dinner."
Link: "Oh boy! I'm so hungry, I could eat an Octarok!"

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For dinner

Not in actuality; deceptively spoken. Stated either with irony or as part of a ruse. As opposed to for breakfast. Synonym of for joke.

Pancake Master: I'm the Pancake Master.

Bubble King: Oh, for dinner?

Pancake Master: No man, for breakfast (of course)!

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