You need to know this expression … to get what you want! Yep!

DIBS ON

When sb says: DIBS (on), they say that they have they right to choose or have sth before other people.

How can you use it?

IMAGINE:

You and your friends go to Peter’s place to watch a football match. You let your friend Jamie, who goes with you the first time, choose the seat he wants to. Cause there’s the best one – in front of the TV.

So, Jamie HAD FIRST DIBS on the seat.

 

You are with your friends and there’s the last piece of chocolate cake in the fridge. You shout:

DIBS ON the chocolate cake!

It means… you get it. Of course, if your friends “respect DIBS”:)))

So, you CALLED DIBS ON the chocolate cake.

 

What would you like to CALL DIBS ON?

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