86. Fish in Tins

:tinned sardines:

My friend Michelle pointed out to me recently that sardines come in (nearly) rectangular cases.

:comes with a nifty key:

Sardines is also a popular kids’ game.

My ex-boyfriend used to like eating sardines because it made him feel like a giant, eating tiny tiny fish.

:sardines, untinned:

Anchovies also come tinned.

:essential to a true caesar salad:

And here’s some kippered herring.

:one of pop-pop's faves:

Question:

Are these fishy rectangles really made of tin?

March 25, 2010. Animals, Food, Rectangles, Science.

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