HomeFactopediaBrainoffsRankingsCommunityLog In
You know 0 facts


American Diner Lingo

Your overall rating on American Diner Lingo =
0%
Your best rally score on American Diner Lingo = 0 facts

Play Fact Master on American Diner Lingo    

Challenge Friends to a Brainoff on American Diner Lingo    

Play a Rally Game on American Diner Lingo    



82 facts:

An Angel on Horseback
   is American Diner Lingo for   
An Oyster Rolled in Bacon on Toast
The Angel
   is American Diner Lingo for   
The Sandwich Maker
The person, not the machine.
An Atlanta Special
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Coca-cola Drink
B & B
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Bread and Butter
A Beef Stick
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Bone
Billiard
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Buttermilk
Birdseed
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Breakfast
A Blonde With Sand
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Coffee With Cream and Sugar
Bloodhounds on an Island
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Franks and Beans
Blowout Patches
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Pancakes
A BLT
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Sandwich
A Bowl of Red
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Bowl of Chili Con Carne
Bronx Vanilla
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Garlic
The Bubble Dancer
   is American Diner Lingo for   
The Dishwasher
The person, not the machine.
A Bucket of Cold Mud
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Bowl of Chocolate Ice Cream
A Burn the British
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Toasted English Muffin
Cackle Fruit
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Eggs
China
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Rice Pudding
CJ Boston
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Cream Cheese and Jelly
Codfish
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Well-dressed Diner
Cow Feed
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Salad
Cow Paste
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Butter
Creep
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Draft Beer
A Deadeye
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Poached Egg
A Dog and Maggot
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Cracker and Cheese
A Dog Biscuit
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Cracker
Dog Soup
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Glass of Water
A Dusty Miller
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Chocolate Pudding Sprinkled With Powdered Malt
Eve With a Moldy Lid
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Apple Pie With a Slice of Cheese
A Fifty-five
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Glass of Root Beer
A First Lady
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Spare Ribs
Eve was made from Adam's spare rib
Fish Eyes
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Tapioca Pudding
Flop Two
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Two Fried Eggs over Easy
Frenchman’s Delight
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Pea Soup
This probably should have been referred to by diner linguists as "Québecois delight".
Frog Sticks
   is American Diner Lingo for   
French Fries
A Groundhog
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Hot Dog
Hail
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Ice
Hemorrhage
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Ketchup
A High and Dry
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Plain Sandwich Without Butter, Mayo, or Lettuce
A Hockey Puck
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Hamburger, Well Done
Hot Top
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Hot Chocolate
Houseboat
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Banana Split Made With Ice Cream and Sliced Bananas
Hug One
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Glass of Orange Juice
Irish Turkey
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Corned Beef and Cabbage
Jack Benny
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Cheese With Bacon
Joe
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Coffee
The Lady Bug
   is American Diner Lingo for   
The Fountain Man
A Life Preserver
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Doughnut
Looseners
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Prunes
Love’s Apples
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Tomatoes
Lumber
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Toothpick
Magoo
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Custard Pie
Maiden's Delight
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Cherries
Mike and Ike
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Salt and Pepper Shakers
A Million on a Platter
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Plate of Baked Beans
Mississippi Mud
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Mustard
Moo Juice
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Milk
A Murphy
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Potato
Refers to the Irish diet of potatoes
A Mystery in the Alley
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Side Order of Hash
Nervous Pudding
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Jello
Noah’s Boy
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Slice of Ham
One from the Alps
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Swiss Cheese Sandwich
Pope Benedict
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Eggs Benedict
Quail
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Hungarian Goulash
Rabbit Food
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Lettuce
A Radio
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Tuna Salad Sandwich on Toast
A Raft
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Toast
Sea Dust
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Salt
A Sleigh Ride Special
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Vanilla Pudding
SOS
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast
The Soup Jockey
   is American Diner Lingo for   
The Waitress
A Spot With a Twist
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Cup of Tea With Lemon
Stack
   is American Diner Lingo for   
An Order of Pancakes
Vermont
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Maple Syrup
Warts
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Olives
Whiskey
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Rye Bread
Whistleberries
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Baked Beans
A White Cow
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Vanilla Milkshake
Wreath
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Cabbage
Wreck ‘em
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Scrambled Eggs
Yum Yum
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Sugar
A Zeppelin
   is American Diner Lingo for   
A Sausage


Facts contributed by:


rp33333








   About - Terms - Privacy Log In