Elevensies (much maligned these days imo)
Brunch (only if one isn't up in time for the first two)
Dinner (followed by, the 'sweet' not dessert as some would have it. Pudding is reserved for the holy of holy, stodgy heavy things that are served with god's nectar aka custard.)
Living Room has the television in, drawing room has the books and is to be used after dinner or for entertaining.
That being said it all goes straight out the window as soon as you're in someone elses home as they decide the ground rules and it's their house so they know best.
My girlfriend is from North Yorkshire and good luck telling her when tea is.
Elevenses doesn't have an i in it, surely?
Neither does dislexica 😉
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