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Nutella Caulk

A tidy delivery method
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Ever try to spoon Nutella onto cereal or ice cream? Makes a real mess sometimes. Seems it'd make sense if it was packaged in something other than a jar. What other products have the same consistency? Toothpaste and grease! Toothpaste tube for road trips and a caulking gun for the kitchen. One of the smaller ones would be perfect.
Steamboat, Apr 02 2017

Tubes for food https://www.rei.com...-tubes-package-of-2
Squeezable, refillable tubes for (paste-consistency) food. Not WKTE, but they do exist. [neutrinos_shadow, Apr 02 2017]

http://img.over-blo...6ba873_nutella.jpeg [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Apr 02 2017]


       The posting of this idea may well turn out to be one of the turning points in human history.   

MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 02 2017

       [+] What [MB] said.   

       One of those battery-powered caulking guns used by windscreen repairers would be ideal.
8th of 7, Apr 02 2017

       Should be possible to do this. Can one not purchase enpty caulk containers? And catering sized jars of Nutella?
pocmloc, Apr 02 2017

       Nutella Mastic
hippo, Apr 02 2017

       They make Nutella in a squeeze bottle, but for the real aficionado... [link]   

       // One of those battery-powered caulking guns... //   

       Naw. Steel drum with pneumatic delivery.
whatrock, Apr 03 2017

       //pneumatic delivery// - yes, some kind of Nutella sputtering is needed
hippo, Apr 03 2017

       Explosively formed molten Nutella projectiles ... a Nutella Bazooka.
8th of 7, Apr 03 2017

       How about a miniature fracking rig, injecting Nutella into a meringue bedrock?
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 03 2017

       //miniature fracking rig// - excellent idea, as long as the fracking technology also supports the injection of lemon drizzle into Lemon Drizzle Cake, and the subcutaneous basting of roasts.
hippo, Apr 03 2017

       The British have finally discovered what Americans did to cheese a long time ago, and ironically love it.
RayfordSteele, Apr 03 2017

       Yes, but we call it "Nutella" rather than "chocolate", much as "Cheez Wizz" should be called "sealant" rather than "cheese".
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 03 2017

       // discovered what Americans did to cheese a long time ago //   

       Pump it down deep boreholes under very high pressure ? That's one of the best uses for American "cheese" we've ever heard of.   

       The confusing nomenclature shouldn't be a surprise. After all, "prairie oysters" are emphatically not a seafood, "buffalo wings" are entirely unrelated to the large herbivorous mammal of the same name, and the so-called "World series" doesn't actually involve teams from anywhere outside the USA.   

       So calling a crudely-refined bitumen derivative "cheese" is no surprise at all.
8th of 7, Apr 03 2017

       How about an expanding version : "No more empty pastries".
Loris, Apr 03 2017

       //crudely-refined bitumen derivative// Now now, [8th], play fair. It's also bleached and de-flavoured.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 03 2017

       [8th of 7]; the Yanks don't invite other countries into their "World Series" because they know that they would get their arses handed to them...
neutrinos_shadow, Apr 03 2017

       The very same reason there are no Venusians in the Miss Universe pageant.   


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