Sam from Abilene, Texas, wonders about the phrase lean on your own dinner, which can be used literally to mean “support your own weight rather than leaning against me,” or metaphorically, as in suggesting someone refrain from asking others to carry a burden they should carry themselves. Variants including leaning on your breakfast, lunch, and other meals.

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