The Nelionic System is an intranational system of measurement established in Tacoma, Washington in 2013. Based on the contrasting concepts of precise measurements and ever-changing principles of individual philosophical beliefs, the base unit, "a Nelio", is equal to either twenty-six individual units of an item or a teaspoon of a given substance, whichever makes the least amount of contextual sense.
Wow! The onion rings come in Nelio and half-Nelio sizes. They also come with a Nelio each of two different dipping sauces. What a bargain. I had no idea that Red Robin used the Nelionic System in determining their serving sizes.
by StinkyEttin January 13, 2013
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