D.C. Dictionary: The Diner Slang Dictionary

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Beef Stick:
bone
Give it shoes:
an order to go, a takeaway order. Itís to go. -Synonyms: Go for a walk, Let it walk, On wheels
Raft:
toast
Soup jockey:
waitress
Fry two:
2 fried eggs with unbroken yolks -Synonyms: Let the sun shine
Blue-plate special:
a dish of meat, potato, and vegetable served on a plate (usually blue) sectioned in three parts. This can also refer to the daily special.
B.L.T.:
bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich
Shingle with a shimmy and a shake:
buttered toast with jam or jelly, hence the reference to 'shake'.
Warts:
olives
Zeppelins in a fog:
sausages and mashed potatoes
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