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    reason number 1... never to eat tuna again

    So, yesterday on thanksgiving my cousin wasnt eating turkey and was eating tuna out of the can... I dnt kno why in the hell he wasnt eating turkey but neways as he got to the bottom of the can there had to be a skull at the bottom of it and he is a science major in college and he proceeds to tell me it is a rats skull. After break im sure he is going to get it tested whether he kept or not. but finding a rats skull in my tuna is reason number 1 never to eat tuna again... but then again maybe someone was trying to teach him a lesson for not eatin turkey

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    Ok yeah thats f*cked up but it wouldnt stop me from eating tuna and interfaring with my diet goals.

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    I certainly wouldnt buy that brand of tuna anymore! what brand was it anyways?

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    Well it looks like the rat was hungry!

    Don't buy that brand again, or you could send it back with a very nasty complaints letter and demand some sort of compensation... a years free supply?

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    the fun with cheap tuna is finding shit like that in it

    Thats why I do tuna shakes. I never have time to examine what the hell Im acctualy eating and the cheap tuna I buy is far to gross to eat.

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    i would have kept it, taken pictures, and sued the hell out of that company.

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    lol now i have to throw away all my cans of tuna...
    made me remember something...a friend bought some frenchfries from mcdonalds and found a fried cockroach in it hahahahahahahah

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    it was actually bumble bee solid white in water

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    Is that for real, or was it fake rat. Somehow I just have a hard time swallowing that story

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    Quote Originally Posted by farrebarre
    lol now i have to throw away all my cans of tuna...
    made me remember something...a friend bought some frenchfries from mcdonalds and found a fried cockroach in it hahahahahahahah

    he shouldnt complain. He got some free protein with the fries

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    Well, one of my pals that I used to go to school with said that when he worked at Jewel (grocery store,) he found rats in the milk containers (where the milk is mixed.) He called them "floaters," and told me it's common for a rat to pop up once a month. That made me worry but I still drink milk.

    I hate tuna, used to eat it before the gym but gave up becasue it gave me upset stomach aches and my breath smelled like sh*t.

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    Quote Originally Posted by insanepump621
    it was actually bumble bee solid white in water
    wow man, that's a major f*cking brand too, lol that sucks...

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    Hey wait, you can't say bumble bee, that's product or source posting. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by inspector_injector
    Hey wait, you can't say bumble bee, that's product or source posting. LOL
    lol was just going to say the same

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    i woulda sewed and enjoyed free tuna for life

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    How big was this can of tuna? A rat skull isn't exactly tiny.

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    lawsuit anyone ???

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    count me in

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    Shit happens...I don't think it'd stop me

    I mean...things like coffee and sugar are some of the nastiest things consumed by humans.

    Think about it.

    Coffee beans are spread out over a drying plot that is like: a couple acres in size. A couple workers work spreading the coffee with actual rakes. They just walk tru it in their boots and rake it. There isn't a bathroom on the drying lot...so where do they 'go' when they have to? That's right... draw your own inferences.

    Can you wash coffee?

    Are you gonna stop drinking it?

    Sugar... is transported/loaded by tractors or workers wearing boots with shovels... Can we wash sugar? Are we gonna stop drinking it?

    I can go tru a whole host of other manufacturing processes that leave much to be desired... but at the end my question remains the same... Will it cause you to stop using it?



    A common expression in my country's dialect (broken english) is:

    "What don't kill does fatten"

    This is akin to the colloquial: "What doesn't kill makes one stronger"



    A stretch..but an interesting perspective nonetheless

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    nope..ill still down my tuna

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    i found a bone in there when i was like 7 i used to down tuna like no tomrw.not anymore though

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    chew it up and keep growing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Narkissos
    Shit happens...I don't think it'd stop me

    I mean...things like coffee and sugar are some of the nastiest things consumed by humans.

    Think about it.

    Coffee beans are spread out over a drying plot that is like: a couple acres in size. A couple workers work spreading the coffee with actual rakes. They just walk tru it in their boots and rake it. There isn't a bathroom on the drying lot...so where do they 'go' when they have to? That's right... draw your own inferences.

    Can you wash coffee?

    Are you gonna stop drinking it?

    Sugar... is transported/loaded by tractors or workers wearing boots with shovels... Can we wash sugar? Are we gonna stop drinking it?

    I can go tru a whole host of other manufacturing processes that leave much to be desired... but at the end my question remains the same... Will it cause you to stop using it?



    A common expression in my country's dialect (broken english) is:

    "What don't kill does fatten"

    This is akin to the colloquial: "What doesn't kill makes one stronger"



    A stretch..but an interesting perspective nonetheless
    Thanks Nark, you have now put me off coffee for life!

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    um yes, here in america there are ways of cleaning coffee beans and making them safe to consume. even the dirtiest ones from colombia.

    i wouldnt go as far as to call sugar filthy, but it definitely dirty. but sugar's got personality. personality goes a long way.
    -pulp fiction, thank you

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    I had something hard in my tuna I bit into but just through it away and ate the rest damn I should of sued there ass too late now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hackamaniac
    I had something hard in my tuna I bit into but just through it away and ate the rest.


    Tough Guy.

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    I'll still eat Tuna, And I'm gonna brew a cup of joe now.
    Welcome to the 21 century folks! This is how we choose to live.
    Everyone has at least 1 food mishap story, like the time I got a Processed cheese slice with a perfect finger print on it. Mmmmmm...

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    you are bound to find shit like that...they are humans and man made machines after all....wuts wrong with a rats skull neway...its not gonna kill u

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    how big was this can of tuna, i mean rats are pretty big vermon, so was it just a peice of a rat's skull or was it the whole thing, cause I know those can's of tuna arn't that big where a whole rats skull would go un-noticed till the end..

    is this the truth about this or another finger in the chili from Wendy's??

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    maybe he works for another tuna company...mmm...people round the world eat rats...and they say they taste good....its not gonna kill u...

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    I hear Rat Skull has key nutients in it to give that "edge".

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