Tuna Fish Cans and Can Openers

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  1. dexterium

    dexterium New Member

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    One thing that I noticed while opening my tuna fish this morning was that my can opener was cutting into the side of the can on the inside, shaving away some of the metal and this metal is getting into the fish. When I saw this I immediately threw the tuna out and am now going to buy a new can opener. I am planning on getting one of those smooth edge things. I am going to go ahead and make the assumption that these little shavings are not good for you. Anyways, my reaction = :ugh:
     
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    Steel is made from iron and carbon. Muscles are made almost exclusively from iron and carbon. Clearly, eating steel shavings can only help you. If anything, the fact that you are only 135 is proof that avoid steel shavings will hurt your progress.

    Christopher only got to where he is by eating canned foods whole, and snacking on plates in between sets.
     
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    Haha. Seriously though.. I ordered some of those smooth edge can openers before I came to school today.
     
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    you ordered more than one of the same can opener? i've never had a can opener wear out on me, maybe get a lil dull but ordering multiple openers is a lil overkill imo. esp if they're all the same.
     
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    SlowNegative Her name is Rio

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    I use this every morning by Good Cook:

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    It is the best can opener I have ever used. It does not leave an sharp metal edges, nor does the top fall into the can. It cuts the lid off instead of opening the can. You can pick it up at Wal*Mart for about $7. I keep one in my gym bag, one at home.
     
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    :werd: me too. never had any problems.
     
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    why did you order more than one? :ugh:
     
  8. dexterium

    dexterium New Member

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    I mean, I only ordered one. Some is misinterpreted in this sentence.
     
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    those 'smooth edge' cutters are not good for tuna because then you cant drain the can by sqeezing the tuna with the lid
     
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    However, that is better than having metal shavings in your tuna ;)
     
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    SlowNegative Her name is Rio

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    Actually, "some", in your sentence, is bad grammar on your behalf if you are referrring to only 1 object.
     
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    ive never, ever gotten metal shavings in my tuna and i eat 520 cans a year.

    i think you just need to learn how to use a simple tool
     
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    xpinchx hes got a nice cock, on the thin side but its stil

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    I am pretty sure I know how to use a can opener...
     
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    :eek4: i bet i know what your semen tastes like
     
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    i fucking hate that can opener, mainly because it doens't cut it just removes the seal. I need to hear metal being cut open :werd:
     
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    im pretty sure you need to eat a fucking steak and some potatoes instead of worrying about opening a can of tuna.
     
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    xpinchx hes got a nice cock, on the thin side but its stil

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    Mother fucking :werd:. Quit eating like a pussy you girly-man.
     
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    :werd: now i just buy these

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