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World Nutella Day

It's World Nutella Day! We all know that sweet chocolatey, hazel-nutty goodnesses!! Oh wait a minute, I forgot, we are not all Europeans! For us, Nutella, I'm sure, is a fond childhood memory. Some of you didn't get the chance to experience this until later in life and some of you have yet to try it. Soooo, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!?!?!?!?!

Today is the day to celebrate and if you are that person who has yet to try it, why not try it today? Don't walk, but RUN to your local grocery store and indulge by buying the BIG jar of Nutella. While you're there pick up a few dip-able items such as pretzels, marshmallow, strawberries, and pound cake (which you'll cut into pieces later). When you get home, call a few friends and get them to come over tonight and PIG OUT by dipping and eating spoonfuls!

I hope you all have fun and please, don't forget the milk.
By: pillsbury_gir


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