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00:00:01
>> There'll be plenty of protein for athletes in the Norway winter olympic camp, after a Google translate fail from their team chef led to a somewhat scrambled message. And the delivery of 15,000 eggs instead of 1,500. Norway's Chef de mission told reporters when the order arrived from a local South Korean supermarket, the eggs just kept coming, and had press cracking up when asked about it at a news conference.
00:00:29
>> The eggs was more like a misunderstanding than something that we needed. So it was an extra zero on the order, so it went from 1,500 to 15,000. Shit happens.>>
LAUGH]>>
If they keep the order, he now faces the bizarre task of thinking up ways to use the eggs.
00:00:49
While the average person could probably handle one fried egg, it'll have to be more like five a day. If the norwegian camp wants to avoid food waste, each person will have to tuck away 124 eggs each.