We asked people if they were eating lunch or brunch

Definitely not breakfast

Nothing beats a lazy Sunday, but do you top your morning off with a classic fry up or sophisticated salmon and eggs? 

By the time you’ve slept off your hangover it’s approaching midday – is it even acceptable to say you’re just having lunch anymore?

Kenneth, 36, psychotherapist

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“It’s a tricky one. I had a cheeky pastry so I’ll have to say brunch.”

Chloe, 17, student

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“Lunch.”

Zoe, 29, business owner

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“Brunch.”

Andy, 30, Mindfulness Trainer

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“Lunch.”

Jayne, 39, teacher and Kathryn, 37, Assistant Manager

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Jayne: “Brunch. We don’t do it enough, it’s definitely brunch.”

Kathryn: “Brunch.”

Beth, 23, nanny

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“Brunch, it’s really appropriate for a Sunday.”

Jenna, 20, student

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“Brunch.”

Sven, 26, auditor

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“Lunch.”

Dawn, 52, college tutor

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“Brunch.”

Martina, 24, tourist

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“Lunch.”

Alice, 23, tourist

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“Lunch.”

Josh, 17, student

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“Brunch.”

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