What’s For Brinner?

OK, I was having a discussion with a friend of mine and I decided to define what eating times are which. I’m certain thousands of other people have already decided about these things, but since they haven’t informed me thus far, I decided to decide for myself . . . except I couldn’t quite decide on one time-frame.

This is what I have so far:

~11:00 P.M. ~4:00 A.M. = Midnight Snack

~4:00 A.M.~11:00 A.M. = Brunch

~11:00 A.M.~2:00 P.M. = Lunch

~2:00 P.M.~5:00 P.M. = Linner/Lupper

~5:00 P.M~8:00 P.M = Dinner/Supper

Here’s where I need some help:

~8:00 P.M~11:00 P.M.= ??????????????

So, what is it called between 8 and 11 pm?

I’d like to squeeze Brinner in there too, a word I think I thought up because I never heard of it before. But Brinner (and perhaps even Brupper) has to do with the content of the meal, not just the timeframe. Brinner: you know, like having scrambled eggs, pancakes, toast and bacon for Brinner/Brupper.

Of course this could mean that T-bone steak with a baked potato and green beens between 4 and 11 am would be Dinfast or Sukfast.

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5 Responses to What’s For Brinner?

  1. aposteriori2 says:

    Taco Bell wants to call 8 pm to whenever “4th meal” not sure if it will catch on or not. Seems to me that you forgot “Breakfast” and that Brunch doesnt start till about 10:30 or 11:00 a.m.

  2. hypothesis says:

    Hmm, Breakfast! How could I have forgotten? (Well, I was really drunk at the time…)

    OK, now this is what I have so far:

    ~11:00 P.M. ~4:00 A.M. = Midnight Snack

    ~4:00 A.M.~11:00 A.M. = Breakfast

    ~11:00 A.M.~12:00 P.M. = Brunch

    ~12:00 P.M.~2:00 P.M. = Lunch

    ~2:00 P.M.~5:00 P.M. = Linner/Lupper

    ~5:00 P.M~8:00 P.M = Dinner/Supper

    Here’s where I need some help:

    ~8:00 P.M~11:00 P.M.= ??????????????

    So, what is it called between 8 and 11 pm?

  3. aposteriori2 says:

    Bar snacks

  4. aposteriori2 says:

    although I have to admit that I like the sound of Sukfast quite a bit!

  5. hypothesis says:

    You said Sukfast!

    Heh, heh!

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