Brunch was originally coined in 1895 as a late meal for "Saturday night carousers." Basically, a meal for people who were out too late on Saturday and woke up late on Sunday. While we like to think of brunch as being lighter than breakfast or lunch apparently you can slap any combination of breakfast or lunch foods together and call it brunch. Why have rules for anything?
I hope after that 'lunkfast' remark, Gladys broke that glass on the edge of the table and cut Wilberforce's face off.