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#146 to #142 - jaquepowers (05/05/2012) [-]
You do realize that she sued for 3.5 million just because she can't read nutrition facts that are on every damn piece of food in America, right?
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User avatar #150 to #148 - jaquepowers (05/05/2012) [-]
It wasn't advertised as healthy. You can't believe everything you read in the media. Notice how the article "forgot" to throw in what lead her to believe it was healthy?
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#158 to #155 - newall (05/05/2012) [-]
so if someone told you a viscous chocolate paste was healthy you'd believe them? the fact of the matter is nothing is healthy, if you eat it 24/7 and expect to not get fat your a ******* retard, its people like this that have made all food contain 90% less sugar/fat so it tastes like **** , if you cant control yourself when it comes to food then it's your fault your fat, not some company.
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#166 to #163 - newall (05/05/2012) [-]
deception, by definition, means that you believe it, if you believe that any thick brown paste is healthy then you're a ******* moron, the fact of the matter is, that as part of a balanced diet, anything is healthy, nutella included. if you eat a whole pot in a sitting of course it's not healthy, that'd be like saying salad is healthy, then expecting someone to live off nothing but salad leaves for a year.
#169 to #166 - alwayspne (05/05/2012) [-]
No. deception is when someone lies to some one else.
User avatar #175 to #169 - theawesomeyoghurt (05/05/2012) [-]
He's saying that to be deceived you must believe in something, to actually deceive someone they must believe what you've told them, if they don't believe you they aren't deceived.
#172 to #169 - newall (05/05/2012) [-]
no, you must be deceived for there to have been deception. take a look in a dictionary.
User avatar #180 to #172 - gigawatt (05/05/2012) [-]
to mislead by a false appearance or statement; delude: They deceived the enemy by disguising the destroyer as a freighter.
AKA Lieing

Your under the assumption that healthy and unhealthy don't matter. They do. No matter how balanced or unbalanced your diet is things are still divided into healthy foods and unhealthy foods. By having a balanced diet you eat both types of foods but enough healthy to counteract the unhealthy food. This entire post is misleading and is causing an arguement that the lawsuit itself has NOTHING to do with. She did not sue because it was unhealthy she sued because the company was lieing and saying it was good for you. Obviously she DID read the label and she DID notice that it was unhealthy and because of that she is trying to make the company atone for lieing to millions of people about their product.

It's nothing new at all most companies borderline lie about their products to make them sound better than they actually are. There has to be a line drawn somewhere and on more than one occasion Nutella advertisements have described Nutella as being Healthy. It is because of these advertisements that the lawsuit was placed not because of the actual health concerns themselves.
#185 to #180 - newall (05/06/2012) [-]
no, she wanted money, she couldn't give a flying **** about the moral compass of the nut-based spreadable industry.
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