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What says you internets? I go with the first pronunciation. THAT’s the correct way to say it!


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    bluebec

    You mean Ness-tles or Nest-lay?

    Its French Swedish, so I go with Nest-lay (a very quick phonetic and probably not quite accurate typing thing).

    Jonathan Nolan

    Don’t vote either way. Nestle are arms manufacturers and slave owners. Fight the power and diss the uncle toms.

    ArtemisPanthar

    It is caramel. I still pronounce it carmel because that’s how I grew up pronouncing it. I’m much too lazy for that extra syllable

    Jeff

    I’ve found an unusual mix of the two: care-mel. It pronounces the center vowel but doesn’t create a new syllable for it. Give it a try! It’s got something for everyone!

    Tongue

    Shit, I don’t think about fatty American food much, so I think all this time I just kind of assumed they were two different things.

    didyimis

    I didn’t know caramel was an American creation; in fact, I’m pretty sure it’s not

    Jens

    Say caramel, or Shaq will break you!

    Denmarkian

    Actually, carmel and caramel are two distinctly different things. Carmel is the hard substance (carmelized sugar) and caramel is the gooey stuff (caramel filling)