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Time for a nooner

Posted by Lewis on August 16, 2004

In Reply to: Time for a nooner posted by Lotg (OZ) on August 16, 2004

: : Whats the history of this expression?

: I've never heard this one before, but it sounds to me like it means 'time for a lunch time drink'. Which by-the-way sounds like a superb idea to me and seeing it's 12.40 here in the Blue Mountains, I'm gonna do just that.

as it is 8 mins past noon here - I should join you!