What the hell is the world coming to?
I’m sure that when Zeus lounges back in his throne, just pooped out from all that hurtling of thunderbolts from the crown of Olympus, he reaches for a Nutella sandwich. They are that good.
Out-of-control prison riots have been becalmed with the promise of extra Nutella rations.
And today, here’s news of a certified Mother-of-the-Year, who is suing Ferrero, maker of that most delectable nectar of the gods, because she was misled to think that that Nutella was “healthy” ….
Athena Hohenberg, the mother of a preschooler in San Diego, California, launched the class action lawsuit early last year, alleging that Ferrero has pitched Nutella as something “healthier than it actually is.”
She was “shocked to learn that Nutella was in fact, not ‘healthy, nutritious’ food, but instead was the next best thing to a candy bar, and that Nutella contains dangerous level of saturated fat,” her lawsuit said.
Shame, SHAME on this evil corporation for making the outrageous claim that Nutella could “turn a balanced breakfast into a tasty one”!
Other food companies have been making this claim since Shep was a pup, that such-and-such is part of a balanced breakfast. Cocoa Puffs, Crap’N Crunch or cigarettes, they could all be part of nutrionally balanced breakfast… as long as you chase everything with orange juice.
Ms. Hohenberg was “shocked” .. (shocked, I tell you!) by the head-smacking revelation that a chocolate spread was in fact, a chocolate spread. Yep, somewhat similar to chocolate candy bars, upon which Athena might well direct her outrage next. One might say that this gal is not living up to the virtues of her namesake goddess, who embodied “…courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice…”. Not sure if the Greeks had a patron deity for simpletons and ninnies.
We are all witnesses to the slow death spiral of the American Empire, where all are all victims with no intellect or free will, where any litigious pinhead with a beef can tie up court resources for a frilly lawsuit of this
Words fail me now…