Order in the Court. Subway's tuna salad takes the stand.

A suit says  the tuna at Subway is phony.

And to prove it, or not, there will be testimony.

I won’t say not to buy it

But the next time I try it,

It may taste like it’s tuna, but is it baloney?

 

 

 

 

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  • I'm willing to join that jury! But when's lunch?

  • I would too if the case were about pastrami from a Jewish deli.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    I have always been suspicious of sub sandwich shops that sell pastrami on white batard with mayo.Fortunately, most of them here don't. Sort of like hot dog with ketchup.

  • In reply to jack:

    My taste buds tell me pastrami from a Jewish deli or restaurant is the ne plus ultra of all sandwiches. Without the mayo, to be sure.

  • When I saw the headline, I thought "food court," which has becoming more nonexistent, except one opened at Woodfield at the inopportune time just before the state shut down.

    There was a controversy a few years ago that most fish sandwiches and sushi were sea bream, whatever that is.

    There's also mock crab, which is a real Japanese fish dish, and apparently Kosher.

  • In reply to jack:

    Funny you mention bream, Jack. In the Trib crossword "Bit Players" on Sunday, February 7, 32 Down's clue "Bluegill" turned out to be "bream."

  • Maybe the substitute for the tuna is vegetable matter. You could use the same limerick, but with a new last line:
    It may taste like it's tuna, but is it macaroni?

  • In reply to jnorto:

    That's a feather in your hat, my friend.

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