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I eat breakfast at breakfast and dinner at dinner. Saying otherwise would be a contradiction I'd think.
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54 / M / Tacoma, WA. wind...
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Sometimes . . . Although country/chicken-fried steak can be eaten at any meal.... I think if it's eaten with eggs & hash-browns it's for breakfast and if it's eaten with mashed potatoes and gravy it's for dinner....
I have even had chicken-fried steak for lunch....

Since I live in the land of "Jack in the Box" and all-day breakfast McDonald's . . . I can have it all anytime.....




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In a way yes, about 85-90% of the time I sleep in the day and am awake in later after noon to night, so I tend to eat my breakfast late in afternoon to night, and eat dinner middle to almost morning, I generally only eat two meals a day or eat small meals through out the day if that makes sense, not the healthiest thing to do, but I've been this way since I can remember things, and I remember quite a lot.
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GrandMasterTime wrote:

I eat breakfast at breakfast and dinner at dinner. Saying otherwise would be a contradiction I'd think.


That's boring.
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22 / M / UK
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I have breakfast at about 8:30pm before I start work at 10:30pm and I have my dinner when I finish at 8am.
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The name breakfast, lunch and dinner refer to the time of day you eat. Yes there are some foods and menus that some people consider to be expected for certain times but there's no rule saying you must stick to that. Oh and in some parts of the UK, they use the word dinner for the midday meal and have tea and or supper when they get home in the evening. Some consider that this is a socio-economic class thing, others a regional thing. Anything I eat first thing in the morning is breakfast though there are times when I've eaten a bit later and made it brunch. Breakfast for me can be curry or porridge, or scrambled eggs or salad or a sandwich or left over stew etc. (at Christmas I will have a full meat roast meal with roast root vegetables and sprouts since for lunch I will be joining vegetarians for a meal).
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Posted 10/12/16
sometimes I eat the same thing for breakfast and dinner
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18 / M / Texas, US
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I eat cold pizza for breakfast
Posted 10/13/16
I sometimes do. Not very often though
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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ReturnByDeath wrote:

I eat cold pizza for breakfast


Yummy!
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My breakfast isn't usually within the realms of what is thought to be breakfast the same with my dinner
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The only meal I eat is dinner so does that make it breakfast.
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16 / F / Kuto-ko Tokyo Japan
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In one day my breakfast is my lunch and my dinner
Other day my dinner is my lunch and breakfast
I don't have time to eat
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