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Modern Diner Lingo

As fast food places have replaced the roadside diner, "diner lingo" [the colorful vocab used by diner staff to remember orders] has become nearly extinct; it would be fun to bring back, but fast food would slow to a crawl so we'll just bring it back here. Match the term on the left with the most likely order on the right. Example: "quake in the hay" or "hay quake" would be a strawberry shake because quakes shake things, and most big-city yokels think straw and hay are the same thing.] Good luck...!

Quiz created by: hec

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Click and drag the items from the right column to the grey middle column.

Mr. Chips' perm
In tights & a cape
no parking
in the ball pit
tipped over
Noah's U-boat
Paging Mr. Phelps
Little Donovan, no diamonds
from "50+" menu
Super-size it
use egg substitute
veggie sub sandwich
request is impossible at this time
small Mello-Yello, no ice
on the side
child-size order, or from children's menu
sub sandwich with double meat
order is to go
curly fries