Some food for thought Hey, I'm really hungry. Do you have any food? Nope, no more food. Well, let's order-in then. Okay, let's get Dominos! Pepperoni pizza or cheese pizza? Pepperoni all the way. I'd like a large pepperoni, please. Well, let's dig in. Slang Order-in: This means to call a restaurant and ask them to deliver food to you. Example: I don't want to walk all the way to Dominos. Let's order-in instead. Let's get ...: To 'get' Dominos is to order from Dominos. When used this way, 'get' means 'order from.' Example: Let's get Pizza Hut! All the way: This is used to emphasise the speaker's belief or favouritism of the noun that is mentioned right before. Example: Go Manchester United! United all the way! Dig in: This means to eat. Usually implies eating very heartily, almost like a pig. Example: Yes! The food is finally here! Let's dig in!