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    Cool 'surprise' in 'tuna surprise'

    there are many phrases contain "surprise" ,as in "tuna surprise"."surprise breakfast" etc. has "surprise" any special meaning here?

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    Re: 'surprise' in 'tuna surprise'

    "Tuna surprise" means the cook is throwing whatever he can find in the cupboards into the tuna casserole so that it looks a little fancier than just plain tuna.

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