Which is far worse than getting jelly in the peanut butter. The spot of tuna has begun to fester and spread, leaving a repulsive brown stain. Lunch is ruined. The whole day is ruined.


Two Replies to I Got Tuna Fish In The Mayonnaise

Jackie Mason | October 4, 2006
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Scott Hardie | October 4, 2006
Perhaps squeezeable bottles of jelly and mayonnaise would help? If you can get tuna through the tiny slit in the cap, you're good.


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