When did Peanut Butter and Tuna become one?
July 11, 2006 1:35 AM Subscribe
"You got peanut butter in my tuna!" Or maybe "You got tuna in my peanut butter!" Where does this phrase come from?
posted by Iamtherealme to society & culture (12 answers total)
I know it's a take of the old Reeses Peanut Butter cup commerical, but it has been used with peanut butter and tuna with strange frequency this past 2 weeks or so. Where is it from? I know I just saw it on a childrens' show where their picnic was ruined. I think it might have been Rugrat-like characters, though doubt it was Rugrats since my son doesn't care for them.
I thankfully have not seen the variation "I've got your peanut butter in my tuna."
Please help. This truly is driving me insane.