Couch Potatoe last edited by
Dunch refers to a meal enjoyed subsequent to lunch but prior to dinner.
Dunch should be distinguished from [linner], another meal occurring in the post-lunch, pre-dinner interval, in that dunch occurs after [linner], closer to dinner time.
Thus, the socially accepted norm with regard to afternoon eating agendas comprises the following progression of meals:
Lunch --> Linner --> Dunch --> Dinner
Oralee last edited by
An abnormally time-consuming, large, pasty and often painful [bowel] [movement]. As a general rule, taking a dunch requires most of ones lunch break to pass [loaf] or [loaves] and finish the paperwork.
Sarah last edited by
The sound a large bag of gravel or rice makes when it falls on the ground.
Greta last edited by
One who is of the characteristics of complete garbage.
Monty last edited by
a meal in between dinner and Lunch. [Dunch]
Merna last edited by
Combination of [dump] and [stench] used to describe an especially smelly fart that lingers
Julian last edited by
Like a douche for the bottom.
Julene last edited by
The [meal] that falls around 2-3 p.m. Too [late] to be [lunch]and too early to be dinner but more than just a snack. It is a well balanced meal. It is often substituted for dinner for those on diets and trying to stick with the rule of 60% of your meal intake should be done before 3 pm (Shaun T)
Jessica last edited by
Any full meal eaten between the hours of 2 and 5 P.M. After 2 is too late to be considered lunch and 5 is too early to be considered dinner.