from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. bring your own booze
- abbr. bring your own bottle
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- Bring your own bottle (or booze, or beer or beverage)
- Bring your own bible.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
El Matador is now open and serving Spanish-Latin American BYOB at 795 Grand St., nr.
So the graduating of the notion of BYOB, from frat party to fine dining, is the brain child of foodies and winos alike…all of whom, from time to time, have managed to subsist on a budget.
(Though I'm sure vf. com has budget considerations, so maybe, like, a booze cruise off south Manhattan aka a BYOB round trip on the Staten Island ferry.)
If you like drinking wine with dinner, look for "BYOB" nights at restaurants and pay only a corking fee.
Don't insult your friends by putting "BYOB" on an Evite.
The BYOB Note Attention people of New York City: Please stop writing "BYOB" or "bring something you'd like to drink" in party invitations.
Dustin has a bed called "BYOB" Bring Your Own Bed.
Terry said there will be an battle royale in eternity in heaven, where "every seat is front row, ringside" but it is also "BYOB".
The easy fix is to make the event "BYOB," but then you run the very real risk that people will bring Miller High Life into your home, beer the Bush administration deemed too cruel to give Guantanamo detainees.
SEGUIN - Hats Off to Juan Seguin is turning into a "BYOB" affair.