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19th Feb '17 3:14:50 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': Mudka's Meat Hut, the {{greasy spoon}} diner located in a [[{{Mayincatec}} generic Middle American jungle]].

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* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': Mudka's Meat Hut, the {{greasy spoon}} diner located in a [[{{Mayincatec}} generic Middle Central American jungle]].
8th Dec '16 12:59:37 PM Psychadelico
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Common in, but not exclusive to, the GreasySpoon. May contain LampshadeHanging as to the nature of the food. Not to be confused with [[SpySpeak Hash(ish) House Lingo]], [[MistakenForBadass though it might be]].

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Common in, but not exclusive to, the GreasySpoon. May contain LampshadeHanging as to the nature of the food. Not to be confused with [[SpySpeak Hash(ish) House Lingo]], [[MistakenForBadass though it might be]]. Very rarely, may be PlayedForDrama by combining it with TroubleEntendre.
17th Nov '16 9:56:51 AM Antigone3
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[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* In the Franchise/GIJoe fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5563777/1/Order-Up Order Up]], all the quartermasters working in the Joe kitchens have code names taken from diner lingo.
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17th Oct '16 6:23:24 PM nombretomado
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* In a ''{{Garfield}}'' strip, Jon asks for a hamburger with extra onions. The waitress then turns to the kitchen and yells "BURN A COW AND MAKE HER CRY!" which causes Jon and Garfield to lose their appetites.
* A MadMagazine strip by DonMartin features several customers placing and receiving orders in this fashion, followed by a guy demanding of the cook "Where's the men's room, mack? Gotta go and no foolin'," which is mistaken for another order.

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* In a ''{{Garfield}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip, Jon asks for a hamburger with extra onions. The waitress then turns to the kitchen and yells "BURN A COW AND MAKE HER CRY!" which causes Jon and Garfield to lose their appetites.
* A MadMagazine ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' strip by DonMartin features several customers placing and receiving orders in this fashion, followed by a guy demanding of the cook "Where's the men's room, mack? Gotta go and no foolin'," which is mistaken for another order.
10th Oct '16 5:32:09 AM Andyroid
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** As it turns out, this is [[http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad49/skrewer9/The%20Bubble%20Bass%20Burger/BBB_8.jpg?t=1294973109 actual terminology]] [[labelnote:Translation]]"Double triple" = six layers, "Bossy" = all-beef patties, "deluxe" = all condiments, "on a raft" = on toast, "4x4" = four patties on each layer, "animal style" = cooked in mustard, "extra shingles" = double layers of bread, "shimmy and a squeeze" = extra sauce, "light axle grease" = butter, "make it cry" = extra onions, "burn it" = well done, and "let it swim" = a nautical version of "let it walk", or "to go"[[/labelnote]]

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** As it turns out, this is [[http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad49/skrewer9/The%20Bubble%20Bass%20Burger/BBB_8.jpg?t=1294973109 actual terminology]] [[labelnote:Translation]]"Double triple" = six layers, "Bossy" = all-beef patties, "deluxe" = all condiments, "on a raft" = on toast, "4x4" = four patties with cheese on each layer, "animal style" = cooked in mustard, "extra shingles" = double layers of bread, "shimmy and a squeeze" = extra sauce, "light axle grease" = butter, "make it cry" = extra onions, "burn it" = well done, and "let it swim" = a nautical version of "let it walk", or "to go"[[/labelnote]]
20th Sep '16 7:06:19 PM nombretomado
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* Rather hilarious in its incongruity, in ''StarWars: AttackOfTheClones''.

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* Rather hilarious in its incongruity, in ''StarWars: AttackOfTheClones''.''Franchise/StarWars: Film/AttackOfTheClones''.
4th Aug '16 2:15:21 PM GunarmDyne
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* Discussed in an episode of ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' with two former diner waitresses quizzing each other on the slang for various orders.
3rd Jun '16 2:43:40 PM HiddenWindshield
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* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': After Pacha and Kuzco order two specials and an onion ring log, the waitress calls, "Ordering! Two heart-burns and a deep-fried doorstop."
** Then, when Kronk takes over for the cook, she gives him a rapid-fire list of orders, and he pauses for a beat before confirming in jargon.

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* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': After Pacha and Kuzco Mudka's Meat Hut, the {{greasy spoon}} diner located in a [[{{Mayincatec}} generic Middle American jungle]].
** The waitress turns an
order two of "two specials and an onion ring log, the waitress calls, log" into "Ordering! Two heart-burns and a deep-fried doorstop."
** Then, when Kronk takes over for the cook, she gives him a rapid-fire list of normal orders, and he pauses for a beat before confirming [[RepeatToConfirm confirming]] in jargon.



--->'''Kronk:''' "Three oinkers wearing pants, plate of hot air, basket of Grandma's breakfast and change the bull to a gill, got it."
*** He left out the catch of the day.

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--->'''Kronk:''' "Three oinkers wearing pants, plate of hot air, basket of Grandma's breakfast and change the bull to a gill, got it."
*** He
"[[note]]He left out the catch of the day.day, though.[[/note]]
3rd Jun '16 4:23:08 AM Andyroid
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** As it turns out, this is [[http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad49/skrewer9/The%20Bubble%20Bass%20Burger/BBB_8.jpg?t=1294973109 actual terminology]] [[labelnote:Translation]]"Double triple" = six layers, "Bossy" = all-beef patties, "deluxe" = all condiments, "on a raft" = on toast, "4x4" = four patties on each layer, "extra shingles" = double layers of bread, "shimmy and a squeeze" = extra sauce, "light axle grease" = butter, "make it cry" = extra onions, "burn it" = well done, and "let it swim" = a nautical version of "let it walk", or "to go"[[/labelnote]]

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** As it turns out, this is [[http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad49/skrewer9/The%20Bubble%20Bass%20Burger/BBB_8.jpg?t=1294973109 actual terminology]] [[labelnote:Translation]]"Double triple" = six layers, "Bossy" = all-beef patties, "deluxe" = all condiments, "on a raft" = on toast, "4x4" = four patties on each layer, "animal style" = cooked in mustard, "extra shingles" = double layers of bread, "shimmy and a squeeze" = extra sauce, "light axle grease" = butter, "make it cry" = extra onions, "burn it" = well done, and "let it swim" = a nautical version of "let it walk", or "to go"[[/labelnote]]
1st Jun '16 8:04:58 PM Andyroid
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* Used occasionally in ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.
-->'''Bubble Bass:''' I'll take a double triple balty deluxe, on a raft, 4x4 animal style, extra shingles with a shimmy and a squeeze, light axle grease, make it cry, burn it, and let it swim. \\

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* Used occasionally in ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.
''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', such as the episode "Pickles":
-->'''Bubble Bass:''' I'll take [[OvercomplicatedMenuOrder a double triple balty Bossy deluxe, on a raft, 4x4 animal style, extra shingles with a shimmy and a squeeze, light axle grease, make it cry, burn it, and let it swim.swim]]. \\



** As it turns out, this is [[http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad49/skrewer9/The%20Bubble%20Bass%20Burger/BBB_8.jpg?t=1294973109 actual terminology]]

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** As it turns out, this is [[http://i920.photobucket.com/albums/ad49/skrewer9/The%20Bubble%20Bass%20Burger/BBB_8.jpg?t=1294973109 actual terminology]]terminology]] [[labelnote:Translation]]"Double triple" = six layers, "Bossy" = all-beef patties, "deluxe" = all condiments, "on a raft" = on toast, "4x4" = four patties on each layer, "extra shingles" = double layers of bread, "shimmy and a squeeze" = extra sauce, "light axle grease" = butter, "make it cry" = extra onions, "burn it" = well done, and "let it swim" = a nautical version of "let it walk", or "to go"[[/labelnote]]
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