Dear Tiff and Earl,
What’s your opinion on breakfast for dinner?
Green Eggs and Ham
Dear Green Eggs and Ham,
I am a huge fan of brunch all day, any day, at any time of day, so long as that includes bottomless mimosas. I guess then that puts me in the category of being an avid supporter of brinner as well, which is the term most often used for breakfast for dinner. Pancakes with strawberries and whipped cream? Yes. Eggs Benedict and a side of home fries? Absolutely. Avocado toast and a strawberry banana smoothie? Most definitely. We are in the golden age of brunch, and I most certainly believe that this phenomenon should be extended into dinner.
Dear Ham Sammy,
My opinion on breakfast for dinner is the same as my opinion on Russia and Putin. I can’t get enough. Breakfast for dinner is as dangerously entertaining as Russia’s threats on the United States. You don’t necessarily know what will happen to your body within the next two hours after eating Ray breakfast or when you see Putin in a tuxedo. Both, are mysteriously sexy. His balding head glistens just like the eggs in Raymond Dining Hall in a delicious way that gets me a little too excited, if you know what I mean.
The threats from Russia hang over our heads just like the intense desire for syrup on Ray waffles. Who knows, you may even find a bug in your waffles like we may find Putin bugging our government buildings.
Hungry for Putin,