Monday, August 07, 2006


In Which I Indulge in One Brief In-Joke...

This one's for Shane:


Sorry, I already drank all the coffee. But you can have a Munchkin if you like.


Incidentally, if this orgy of caffeine and fried dough strikes you as a bit excessive, I should probably tell you two things about staying with my folks:

Number One: They have a few housecats.

Number Two: They store all the cat medications in the bathroom.

Which means if you're not careful, and you're dull as a butter knife in the morning, you might make the wrong choice about what to brush your teeth with.


(By the way, the word "palatable" on that label is a gross misrepresentation of the word. And I mean that literally.)

Given the circumstances, I think I'm entitled to some coffee and donuts, don't you?


From Somewhere on the Masthead

You didn't?!

I bet it was as bad as the "poultry" flavored doggie toothpaste.

Nasty stuff.
So, let me get this straight. Not only do you no longer have ass strep, but you also have no fur balls?!

You should get a clean bill of health next time you visit the vet!
First, your breath will now be more appealing to Blaze's girlfriends.

Second, I'm reminded of the Family Guy quote, from Peter: "At least they don't put their feminine ointments next to the mustard, Lois! That was the worst hot dog I ever ate!"

Third, I miss Dunkin' Donuts. Living in Los Angeles, there are plenty of donut shops, but none of them are as soul-healing as Dunkin' Donuts.
those doughnuts look so good
Dunkie's: the One True Doughnut.

The teleological error in your Krispy Kreme is in conceiving of the doughnut primarily as a delivery system for sugar, when it is manifestly instead a delivery system for grease. The Dunkin' Donuts people understand this truth.

Dunkie's is expanding, becoming less of a regional thing, but people from outside New england have a hard time understanding the sheer ubiquity of it. I grew up in Massachusetts, home of the company, and even our tiny, two-stoplight town was big enough for two Dunkin' Donuts franchises—one at each end of town. Every town in the area had at least one Dunkie's, and most had several.

Now I'm an exile in the land of Tim Horton's.
bwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaahahahahahah! So glad I wasn't drinking my cofee at the time!
Ahaha, sometimes I think people intentionally put easily confused items together in bathroom drawers. I once almost brushed with a minty muscle and joint balm that came in a squeeze tube. I've heard of people getting caught off-guard by much worse though. But Cat Lax -- that's a great one :-D

And Stu, my boss gave me a Krispy Kreme Donuts card that lets me buy one dozen donuts and get another dozen free, up to ten dozen. Unfortunately I don't eat many donuts and especially not Krispy Kremes, so if you ever feel the need for 240 donuts (or 260 if they're baker's dozens) just let me know :-)
Ew. Ew, ew, ew.
I have three DD's in my town, and I feel damn special...
Ha Ha Ha Ha! We have some of that but it looks like pancake syrup.

Doughnuts (Homer Simpson drool....)

Glad to hear you're having such a great time with the family and it sounds like you're still up to your same antics ;)
While I agree with Mr. Feerick, and while donuts in general are bad for my health, I have to pause a moment and thank G-d, the Almighty Overseer of All Things Delicious, for Mr. Cooper's magnificent offer. I'm sure most of them will go to our neighbors and to Leslie's staff, but I'll eat as many as I can, as I haven't yet reached maximum density.
I would think that skipping the Cat Lax and going straight to the coffee would be a better way to wash down your fur balls.

My brother once dared himself to eat a dog treat (i.e. Him: "Bet you I can eat this entire dog treat and not cringe." Me: "Yeah I bet you can." Him: "How much do you want to bet?" Me: "Nothing" Him: "But do you dare me to do it?" Me: "Sure, whatever." Him: "Okay watch... see, I told you!"). To this day he claims it wasn't all that bad. Palatable, even.
Oh...I hope you're kidding. I'm grossed out just thinking about it. I may have to indulge in some donuts myself, just to get over it.
Cat lax???? They make such a thing? Please say you're kidding about using this on your teeth!
And thanks for getting me all drooly over D & D. They closed all the ones here and replaced them with Krispy Kremes or Shipleys...both are fine but neither are Dunkin Donuts. Dunkin Donuts was where my dad and I used to go by ourselves Sunday mornings when I was a kid so the memories it brings are almost as good as the Munchkins. And the coffee is without peer!
OMG. The original "in-joke" must be absolutely filthy. Well, at least all of them I'm postulating are...

Stu - not only will you reach maximum density eating 240 Krispy Kreme's, you'll also reach maximum dentistry.

And, being a Massachusetts boy, I wish that - now that they've vanquished KK from much of the area - they'd go back to the original packaging, rather than the KK-like boxes they now use.
ha ha ha... Thanks for the laugh!!!
Cat lax almost made me plotz.
cat lax?

I honestly had no idea that there was a market for such a product.

Absolutely, have another donut. DD's Choclate is the way to go.
Well, thanks MM. Now you've made me want donuts.
you made me spill coffee again.

ew ew EW. OMG, MM, you didn't really...? Ugh. Have another donut. We have both KK and DD here, and I much prefer DD - yummy.
Dunkin' Donuts is thankfully 5-10 minutes from my house. I would miss the sugar shock inducing pastries. I love those damn krullers(sp?).

And Cat Lax? Ugh. That is as bad as my Dad accidentally gnawing on a couple of kitty treats the other day. I'll admit though that it was hilarious to see my Dad gasp and gag during mid-chew before running out to the kitchen where I could hear him spitting the bits into the sink. All the while, rinsing out his mouth as well.
Just one question: Does Cat Lax foam like toothpaste? Ewww...

And Jack, Timmy's Rules!
Dunkin Donuts. Mmmmm.

Best coffee. Best donuts. None of those designer "doughnuts" here. Just the typical DD brand.
god i love doughnuts. Mmmmm.
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