NFR 5 Tons of Nutella?

#5
My wife is originally from Germany and we always have at least one jar of it in the pantry. She also claims she has an alibi in regards to the hoist linked above... :)
 

wadin' boot

Donny, you're out of your element...
#6
Dining hall kids at Columbia University were recently exposed for stealing jars of Nutella to fuel their "Core Curriculum" requirements. Stealing Nutella from the dining hall was part of expected/entitled behaviors to train those smart kids for careers in law, politics and finance.

http://www.today.com/food/columbia-u-denies-5-000-week-nutella-bill-1C8768005


I do not agree with Lewis Black but the sentiment is well put...
"anyone who believes that melted chocolate nut cream was a healthy way to start the day, is an idiot"
 
#7
Oh man, anyone who doesn't understand the appeal of Nutella, simply hasn't tried it! (or doesn't like chocolate, which is hard to imagine...)

Next time camping with the kids, try Nutella smores; substitute Nutella for the Hershey's bar. sigh...

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hedburner

Active Member
#11
Allergic to hazelnuts, use to not bother me but now if I eat even a tiny bit like in some kinds candy I break out in all kinds of splotchy red marks. And I really liked hazelnuts too.
 

jersey

livin' the dream
#15
soft pretzel from the oven, spread nutella and dip in jimmies (yeah, the ice cream cone ones)
that was standard breakfast fare for my German roommate in college

not bad with a good Stout beer either