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  • .... eh? :D

    Submitted by LissaSaysTaco on Oct 7, 10 at 10:24pm
  • I don't get why americans hates canadians, it must be all the free health care. I suspect a hint of jealousy!

    Submitted by squirtle90 on Oct 7, 10 at 5:40pm
  • Lol @ at the whiny-ass little Canadian trying to act elitist about tuna. THIS IS SERIOUS BUSINESS. Get a job or something.

    Submitted by pey0te on Oct 7, 10 at 1:59pm
  • That sounds like an awesome sandwich. Gotta try that next time I get high today

    Submitted by tukabar420 on Oct 7, 10 at 11:26am
  • I'm American, and I say "tuna" not "tunafish", thank you very much Captain Assumption.

    Submitted by mjprox on Oct 7, 10 at 11:46am
    • bitch, i'm from brooklyn and i say tunafish. why is this even worth arguing about????

      Submitted by Anonymousssss on Oct 10, 10 at 4:17am
  • Yay canada!

    Submitted by teeenagedream on Oct 7, 10 at 2:37pm
  • I spy with my little eye … a bitchy Canadian. I've met some very nice Canadians. It must be a regional thing. Like "tuna" vs. "tunafish". That might also be a regional thing. Who cares anyway? Why the fuck is this being debated?

    Submitted by gtfo_asshats on Oct 7, 10 at 1:02pm
    • It's just redundant saying "fish". Like saying "salmonfish"

      Submitted by said8ED on Oct 7, 10 at 2:09pm
  • I've never heard anyone call it a " tunafish" sandwich and I too am American.

    Submitted by lynzlulu013 on Oct 7, 10 at 12:23pm
  • "Tunafish" is not redundant... its like "whateverthefucktheyputinthiscan-fish" so its almost like a question and an answer in one word. its beautiful.

    Submitted by Manupbeotch on Oct 7, 10 at 6:27pm
  • I wonder why canadians hate Americans, maybe because the only thing worth seeing in Canada is Niagara Falls, or... Well that is pretty much it. What's that aboot?

    Submitted by bttrdenu on Oct 7, 10 at 6:52pm
  • Stonerrrrrs 420 

    Submitted by gracdisdolly on Oct 9, 10 at 12:37pm
  • Umm I say both, when shopping at the store "hey do we need more tuna?" when hungry, "would you like me to make us some tunafish sandwiches?"

    Submitted by Nova_Girl on Oct 7, 10 at 2:23pm
  • It could be chicken lol

    Submitted by joestxgirl1 on Oct 7, 10 at 3:24pm
  • Americans always say "tunafish." We just say "tuna" like we assume it will be fish.

    Submitted by canadianclub on Oct 7, 10 at 11:38am
  • stop assuming things you Canadian cunt!

    Submitted by OneHottMess on Oct 7, 10 at 3:15pm
  • I laughed pretty hard when I read this, I'm pretty sure that's all that matters!

    Submitted by lexia0421 on Dec 29, 10 at 10:49am