_Hi everybody, did you have a dinner or a lunch already?
I do not yet. Well, I hope you have the good habit to eat some fruit.
In Italy we usually eat fruit at the end of the lunch, so we can say "siamo alla frutta", litterally "we are at the end of the meal".
It's a way of saying to describe a negative situation as "to touch bottom" (we have the same way of saying too "toccare il fondo") that haven't nothing to do with the fruit and I don't know if it's the same meaning of "being at the end of the meal".
Can someone remove my doubts?
Have a nice time