At McDonald's restaurants, there are two types of onions: Quarter Onions, which are the big hunks of onions that come on bigger sandwiches, such as the Quarter-Pounder with cheese, and Dehydrated Onions, which are the little diced onions that come on hamburgers and cheeseburgers.
They are called 'dehydrated' because they are ordered in a dehydrated form. Water is added to turn them from hard flakes into the onions that you find on your burger.
When somebody wants their order a special way, the order taker has to specify what the customer wants. The order taker uses a little menu that has words like 'w/out' 'only' 'sub' and then shortened names for condiments such as 'ketchp' 'mustrd' 'pckle' 'onions' (for quarter onions) and 'donion' for dehydrated onions.
1 W/OUT DONION
2) Wasted; Intoxicated, from drugs and/or alcohol, to the point at which no more partying shall take place for the evening/morning.
3) To be in over one's head; To be in a great deal of trouble, screwed.
A: "Hell no, man, I'm donions."
2) "Wow, look at that kid passed out on the couch. He's donions...Hey hand me that marker!"
3) "When her father came home early from work and found us in bed, I was donions."
2. A way to express a defeat or a victory
3. Another way to say the word onions
"Well, dinner was aiiight, but once I got her in my room and turned on some R. Kelly, that shit was donions"
2. "Yo, I heard that jiggaboo was grillin' you like you were a burger"
"Yea, but I slapped him with da dick, and his ass was donions"
3. "Welcome to Bears Den"
"Hi, I'd like a cheeseburger with lettuce, pickles and extra donions"