Plus if you eat it at breakfast, you'll have all day of being active to work it off. If you eat it at dinner, you're probably just sitting around the house and going to bed after.
Justifications, I has them.
This is why it irks me when people I know tell me that I "shouldn't" eat after a certain time of day, as its "bad" Um no, not its not. Its the same number of calories, fat etc. whether I have it for breakfast, midday, or in the evening.
My once a year treat is my mom's apple pie, the day after Christmas, for breakfast.
Studies have shown its not the TIME you eat, but that generally speaking, a lot of what's eaten at night, is in front of the tv, and tends to be snacky food, chips, ice cream etc.
Yes I have a family member who will give me grief when I say I ahve something to eat when I get home after job #2. But my problem is, I have to eat dinner a good 2-3 hours eaerlier than I do when not working, can't eat a lot, and therefore am starving when i get home. I also can't go to bed when my stomach is growling up a storm, so I have something light inbetween job 1 and job 2, and then something else light, when I get home, even if its after 9, or later.