What's YOUR ideal dinner time? Twitter user sparks heated debate

When is YOUR ideal dinner time? Comedy writer sparks heated debate by claiming 7.30pm is ‘prime real estate’ – but parents say that’s ‘ridiculously lateand 5pm is ‘the dream

  • A heated debate was sparked on social media over the ideal dinner time
  • Caleb Hearon, van LA, took to Twitter saying 7.30pm is ‘prime real estate
  • The post went viral and has already raked up over 36,000 hou van
  • Many social media users disagree with some claiming 10pm is ideal
  • A comedian has caused a heated debated on social media after claiming 7.30pm is the ‘ideal dinner time’.

    Caleb Hearon, van Die Engele, took to his Twitter bladsy @calebsaysthings on Friday to make a bold statement that he knew would ruffle some feathers.

    Die skrywer, 27, beweer 6.30 is ‘too earlyfor dinner and that 8.30 is too late.

    The post went viral within a few hours and has already raked up over 36,000 likes and nearly 2,500 retweets.

    A heated debate sparked on Twitter over the ideal dinner time with many mixed views in the conversation

    A heated debate sparked on Twitter over the ideal dinner time with many mixed views in the conversation

    Hy het geskryf: ‘I will get hate for this but it must be said — 7.30 is such a classic dinner time.

    ‘6.30 too early givesI have another thing after this.” 8.30 te laat, gee “can say I have early morning obligationif I’m not having fun. 7.30 is prime dinner real estate. love a 7:30.’

    The post was flooded with comments from some who deemed the dinner time too early or too late sparking a debate.

    Een persoon het geskryf: ‘Nooooo I need to be finished with any type of obligation like… right after work. I need to eat at 5 so I can be a piece of s*** for the rest of the night without care or worry.

    Comedian Caleb Hearon, van Los Angeles, took to Twitter on Friday to make a bold statement that he knew would ruffle some feathers

    Comedian Caleb Hearon, van Los Angeles, took to Twitter on Friday to make a bold statement that he knew would ruffle some feathers

    The post went viral within a few hours and has already raked up over 36,000 likes and nearly 2,500 retweets

    The post went viral within a few hours and has already raked up over 36,000 likes and nearly 2,500 retweets

    Nog een het bygevoeg: ‘Honestly same and I’m sick of pretending later dinner is better. I want to be in bed in my pyjamas watching TV by myself by 7.

    Some parents chimed in, with one mother saying: ‘In our home it’s dinner 6pm. Little kids baths 7pm. Put little kids to bed 7:30.

    ‘Hang out with big kids until 8.30 or drive the to sports practices. Big kids shower at 9.00.

    ‘We are all in bed by 9.30/10. Up at 6.30 to leave at 7.25 for school. It works for the kids.

    Many social media users from around the world shared how different cultures have different dinner rules

    Many social media users from around the world shared how different cultures have different dinner rules

    Adding fuel to the fire Caleb tweeted again saying: ‘The hate in the comments is already piling up. ‘i have kids’, ‘i prefer early dinner’, ens. mense, it’s not a debate. 7.30 dinner is bliss.

    Many social media users from around the world shared how different cultures have different dinner rules.

    Een persoon het gesê: ‘We are of East Indian origin. We have dinner at 10pm lol!’

    'N Ander het geskryf: ‘Living in a country where our ideal dinner time is 9pm, I always wonder what you guys do after dinner before going to sleep. Don’t you get hungry at 10 or 11pm’.

    While someone else said: ‘Spanish traditions are so differentIn Spain I don’t know a single person who gets dinner before 9, I usually do 9:30 or so. Lunch time at 3 pm and dinner at 9 pm is our way to go.