A sneal is not quite a snack, nor is it quite a meal. A sneal lies somewhere in between the two, and snealing is most commonly practiced by college students. When confronted with the question of what the healthiest methods of eating are, it has been said that regular "snealing" is more beneficial to the individual than regular "mealing." A sneal, in most cases, is equivalent to 2/3 of a meal (This also means that 2 sneals equals roughly 1 1/3 meals).
To date, the most common snealing plan involves a regular breakfast, a regular lunch, and two sneals in the evening (one typically at 5 p.m., the other typically at 8 p.m.). Though the average "snealer" eats two sneals a day, it is quite possible, and perhaps more beneficial, to eat three in a single day to support the growing minds of college students.
Another part of the sneal involves 2 - 8 oz. glasses of the choice beverage. Though milk is encouraged to be at least one of these drinks, it is not absolutely necessary for a healthy sneal.
If we sneal now at 5:30, we will still have time for another one before the cafeteria closes.