D.C. Dictionary: The Diner Slang Dictionary

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Break it and shake it:
add egg to a drink
Go for a walk:
an order to go, a takeaway order. Itís to go. -Synonyms: Give it shoes, Let it walk, On wheels
Short stack:
order of pancakes -Synonyms: Stack
Chewed with Fine Breath:
hamburger with onions
Splash of red noise:
a bowl of tomato soup
Joe:
coffee -Synonyms: Java
Blowout patches:
pancakes
Shingle with a shimmy and a shake:
buttered toast with jam or jelly, hence the reference to 'shake'.
Hold the hail:
no ice
Saturday night:
Baked beans, so called because of the supposed flatulence they cause. -Synonyms: Bullets, Whistleberries
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