At BuzzFeed, we're always try to get to the bottom of the most serious, pressing issues of today. Sure, there's that thing called climate change, the ever-changing political climate, new and terrifying sea creatures being discovered, and the list goes on. But today, we'll be discussing "supper" vs. "dinner."
The post now has over 40,000 comments, and we still can't come to an agreement:
It looked like the majority of commenters agreed that the meal you eat in the middle of the day was called "lunch" and meal you eat in the evening is called "dinner."
But then things took a turn. The comments were suddenly filled with people arguing that the meal in the middle of the day was actually, in fact, called "dinner" and the evening meal was and always should be called "supper." Excuse me?!
A lot of commenters who said they grew up on farms and in the country swore that the meals of the day went like this: breakfast, dinner, and supper.
And they had a pretty decent explanation why:
And of course, someone had to throw in this argument:
As a Canadian, I call it "breakfast, lunch, and dinner," but was surprised to hear from my American colleagues:
Then came in the Canadian and Midwesterner:
Some of us had pretty strong (and specific) opinions: