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Don't Get 'Nugged' for Your Nuggets, Warns Jack in the Box It's OK, your backpack will be fine

With "nugging," Jack in the Box may think it's invented a cute new slang term for the act of stealing someone's chicken nuggets. But apparently nugging is already a thing. Actually, it's three things, and the first definition is a pip: "The act of emptying someone's backpack, then turning it inside out, putting everything back in and zipping it up from the inside." Watching that would have been way more interesting than watching these two girls attempt to fastball a lie for a full minute of my life. I can understand why they did it, though. Five nuggets per person? That's just unacceptable.

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