10 replies to The Marvellous Breadfish

  1. No. This is very wrong. The whole design is inappropriate for an
    ‘inverse sandwich’. That would require half the fish above the bread
    and half below. What we’ve got is a loaf of bread with a hole in it and
    a fish pushed through. It’s a fish sandwich… nothing ‘inverse’ about it.

  2. Yes, I see your point about the requirement for a horizontal aspect of the sandwich theory, but there is a line of thought that the bread loaf is actually a part of the fish, forming the central section of it’s body, and would not, should it be dissected, reveal a normally formed fish within. The only way to understand this natural phenomena is by inspection of a specimen. (Pisces Micaparsus).

  3. Yeah, I like Kittyloaf too. Thing is, I like a different Kittyloaf. Actually, that one bears a striking resemblance to the marvellous breadfish…

  4. Wtf does he say? Hes like an inverse sandwich.. or a fisha nd then a sharks 0.0?also it is an inverse sandwich cuz if u think its head and its tail are the two loaves of bread and the bread is the fish then whala inverted.

  5. You sure it isn’t “instant” sandwich? I know I thought it was “motherless breadfish” at first…

  6. I’m certain it’s “marvellous”, based on things written on the author’s web site.

    Could be “instant”. That’d make more sense.

  7. Yes, it was swimming in the ocean waters. It was like an instant sandwich for fishermen and sharks!

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