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Come, my dear children, and kneel at the heels of your rich Italian grandparents, for we now bestow upon you the Ten Commandments of Giada De Laurentiis.
I. Thou shalt always… (always)… zest at least one lemon for every recipe.
II. Thou shalt always have thy’s nails perfectly manicured in light pink Opi nail polish.
III. Thou shalt describe every piece of food as being “nice and crispy on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.”
IV. Thou shalt always annoyingly overemphasize Italian words.
V. Thou shalt reveal thy bosom in low cut, tight shirts as oft as possible (thou shalt always be mindful of television ratings).
VI. Thou shalt retract thy’s lips and expose thy’s unnaturally large teeth as oft as possible.
VII. Thou shalt roll thy’s eyes at the camera whenever Aunt Raffi isn’t looking.
VIII. Thou shalt constantly use the word “perfect” to fill uncomfortable silences on episodes of Giada At Home.
IX. Thou shalt always over-exaggerate the amount of fun thy is really having at thy’s outdoor dinner parties.
X. Thou shalt never actually swallow thy’s prepared meals.
(Be sure to add your Giada Commandments in the comments section!)
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