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    tuna fish smell

    Ok, before you all take this conversation somewhere else, I'm talking about tuna fish the food!

    I tend to eat tuna for lunch. I put about two cans into a tupperware container and mix in some onion and garlic powder along with some ranch dressing for some moisture. It's really good protein.

    Anyway, my co-workers are always giving me crap because of the tuna smell. Is there any way to eat my tuna for lunch and not get harrassed? lol
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    Get a bag of dog shit and stick it in the room and give them a choice of the two.

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    My roomate makes tuna sandwiches relatively often and I cannot stand the pungent odor it leaves behind.

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    fish is the only food that smells like it's supposed to when it goes bad and tuna is the worst. YUCK!
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    Tuna with onion and garlic sounds like a pungent combination. Its probably the garlic that turns people off more than the fish. What if you make it the traditional way, with mayo and a bit of chopped celery?
    That and a couple breath mints might help...

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    Tuna is nothing compared to those god-forsaken little cans of smoked oysters.

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    try douching the tuna before you go face first into it
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    I have to agree that the onion and garlic powder really makes a deadly combination.
    I like to have tuna for lunch too. I flavor mine with a dab of mayo and a big spoon of pico de gallo which probably smells as bad
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    Tuna with Garlic? Mmmm.

    Never tried it.




    Going to try it, now.

    (But I second ictponder's suggestion.)
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    Oohhh that sounds good. . Grab some Febreze and spray it in their faces

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