D.C. Dictionary: The Diner Slang Dictionary

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Fry two:
2 fried eggs with unbroken yolks -Synonyms: Let the sun shine
Draw one:
a cup of coffee -Synonyms: A cup of mud
Jack Benny:
cheese with bacon (named after the famed comedian)
In the weeds:
a waitress/cook that can't keep up with the tables. Refers back to chefs' military roots, where being in the weeds would cause your army to be slaughtered.
Fifty-five:
a glass of root beer
A blonde with sand:
coffee with cream and sugar
Zeppelins in a fog:
sausages and mashed potatoes
Soup jockey:
waitress
Dusty Miller:
chocolate pudding, sprinkled with powdered malt
Wreck ‘em:
scrambled eggs
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