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Discussion in 'Hobby/Travel Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Nov 30, 2002.
Okay, Tina, I'll play the straight man. WHAT is a tuna Christmas?
I did enjoy a tuna sandwich earlier, though. But it's still November . . .
It is a play that supposedly takes place in Tuna, Texas. There is another play called Greater Tuna.
I enjoyed both. I prefer Greater Tuna, but A Tuna Christmas is also fun.
"I'd like to take some time today to talk to you about ducks."
I done seen it.
Seen it in Dallas I did.
It's a documentary I believe.
i heard you can tune a piano,but you can't tunafish. sorry,to tempting to pass on.
Is this any relation to "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"?
I doubt Tuna Anything has to do with the Bible. LOL
sounds kinda fishy to me
I saw it at the Kennedy Center, Washington, DC a couple of years ago. Hillarious.
Okay. Rednecked humor. Down home Texas backwoods.
This one (they all may be that way) was a two man show. Quite hilarious.
They were both written as two man shows, although there are plenty of characters. Many companies choose to split them up among more than two actors, but I've always liked seeing it done by two people.
This was done by two men. That made it really hilarious.
Was one of the guys name Charlie?
Just popped in cos I was intrigued by the topic, but I have not seen tuna christmas.
I think so.
saggy, to whom is your last comment addressed to?
Charlie was one of the characters, I think.