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By  MLSFR

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Because then he'll have to spend double that on all the insulin he'll be needing when he gets diabetes

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83- a) That isn't a grammatical error. It's a typo. b) Your second point is wrong, "it's nutella" is written underneath the first part of the comment. c) goodbye.

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#11 What if OP already has diabetes? If he's type 1 he's got nothing to lose by eating Nutella. As long as you have a relatively healthy diet otherwise and you're getting some activity I don't see the problem here...

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What makes me confused is how the OP managed to figure out a correlation between his nutella spendings and phone bill. I don't know, I mean I don't have nutella prices memorized and even if I did, it wouldn't be the first thing I'd start comparing my phone bill cost to.

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Well… according to your username and FML… I take it that you love nutella. I understand (enjoying nutella myself) that it is very hard to resist. Hopefully your phone bill isn't too expensive OP.

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I see nothing wrong with this. I use Nutella as dip for chips, as an ice cream topping, as a spread for all types of bread, as a hat, as lubricant, and for sealing cracks in walls. It accomplishes nearly every task, including wiping.

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Nothing wrong using it as a lubricant. What makes it even better is the dog likes cleaning it up too!! ...Says a friend of a friend of mine

I did the same thing when I was living in china. That stuff is a rare commodity and such a comforting food :)

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