Brepper is slang for having breakfast for supper
Brepper is a quirky combo of the words ‘breakfast’ and ‘supper’. It’s used when folks want to talk about having breakfast food for their evening meal.
So, if you’re munching on scrambled eggs or bacon for dinner, you’re having a brepper. It’s all about shaking up meal norms and enjoying your favorite foods any time of the day.
It’s worth noting that there’s another term that means the same thing – Brenner. These two slang terms can be used interchangeably, depending on your preference.
Examples of typical brepper or brenner foods include goodies like pancakes, waffles, or omelets. But really, anything that you’d usually eat in the morning can count.
So next time you have a craving for french toast in the evening, go ahead and enjoy your brepper. After all, who says you can’t have breakfast for supper?
Example for using ‘Brepper’ in a conversation
Hey! Guess what I had for dinner tonight?
What did you have?
Brepper? What’s that?
It’s when you have breakfast for supper! I had pancakes and scrambled eggs. So good! 😋
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