I confess I'm flummoxed about this apparently quite urgent message. Any ideas what is being communicated here?
The use of the word "bluff" reminds me of one of my favorite lines from one of my favorite t.v. series ever, "Northern Exposure." In an episode about the founding of the town of Cicely, Alaska, all the regular characters appeared in roles in a frontier-style drama. Chris, who in modern times was a Harley-riding d.j. and always good for a philosophical turn, appeared as a gun-slinging but thoughtful roughneck and had occasion to deliver a great line: "Are you bluffing me? I hate it when people bluff me. It makes me question my perception of reality."
All I can say is, when your canned tuna loses touch with reality, no telling what might happen next.