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The Top 10 Clauses to Olive Garden's New Pasta Deal

Talk show host David Letterman weighed in on Olive Garden's new "never ending pasta pass" which gives noodle lovers the opportunity to go on a seven-week pasta binge for $100. Letterman offered up a top 10 list of fake fine print clauses that should come with the deal. Importantly, consumers "must be able to squat twice" their weight and waiters should be allowed to "refuse service to customers with [a] blood-marinara level of .08 or more." Letterman also quipped that a person's "dignity [is] not refundable," which probably isn't too far from the truth after someone spends nearly two months ploughing through bowls of Fettucine Alfredo. Go, watch:

Video: Top Ten Fine Print Clauses

· Top Ten Fine Print Clauses [YouTube]
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