I simply shrugged and said,’It’therefore called the Last Supper maybe not the previous Dinner’ and because I care more than I probably should about what others think of me personally, I simply call it’chow’ no matter time it’therefore being served.

Jake from Kentucky wrote that when he moved to Norfolk, Virginia, he was labeled a hillbilly for calling the last meal of the day “supper” instead of “dinner.” He said, “To me ‘dinner’ and ‘lunch’ meant the same thing, only dinner was more so. You have a lunch in the school cafeteria. You have Thanksgiving dinner at the same time, but because there’s more to eat, it’s a dinner and not a lunch.”

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I just shrugged and said, ‘It’s called the Last Supper not the Last Dinner’ and then because I care more than I probably should about what others think about me, I just call it ‘chow’ regardless of the time it’s being served.

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