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Old 08-28-2003, 08:21 AM   #16
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Krispee Kreme, we just got one in my town

for at least a month the traffic was perpetually stopped on the highway outside the KK. I think they may still have policemen monitoring the parking lot!!

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i only like krispy kreme when they're hot. howevah, i can eat dunkin donuts any time! but the nearest one is an hour and a half away. then again, all the krispy kreme stores here are in the ghetto, so i'd still rather make the long drive than face getting shot.
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i only like krispy kreme when they're hot. howevah, i can eat dunkin donuts any time! but the nearest one is an hour and a half away. then again, all the krispy kreme stores here are in the ghetto, so i'd still rather make the long drive than face getting shot.
I'd take the risk for a Krispy Kreme



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Old 08-29-2003, 02:11 AM   #19
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The first Krispy Kreme stores are opening here in Australia.
As the cell phone and internet did to communication, so Krispy Kreme have done to donuts.

They are not just better, they are an evolution.
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Before I opened the thread I guessed a Krispy Kreme was a bit like an Arnott's Kingston biscuit ...and I just ate waaaaaaaaay too many of them. I see they are some kind of chain store donutty-ma-jig.....just as hard to resist.
We only just got a Subway store in our area (queues out the door , up the path and around the corner).My youngest son thinks they are great, taste and value..he talks me into going there and standing in the queue for him
So we may get a Krispy Kreme in about 2023AD...we'll have to make do with the Donut King in the meantime...their special at the moment is chocolate mudcake donuts...do they HAVE to?I could eat a freekin' sugar cane field at the moment
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The first ever Kripsy Kreme outside North America opened where I live a few months ago, and ever since, I have been on this personal smear campaing against them. (smear is such a hideous word aint it? )
Anyways, the hype when they opened was somethng to behold. For just a stinking lousy donut, they cause more hassle than they are worth. Mind you, they did open on the grounds of one of NSW's largest leagues clubs so they get an automatic -100 points just for foresight. I've been there 3 times since they opened, and each time seemed more of a nightmare than the last. Drive-through for a stinking donut! WTF is that????? No one is THAT desperate for one! And at 3am! 24 hour donuts. PFFFT!!
I'll stop my bitching, as I clearly miss something here with them, lol.

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Bleahhh. Deep fried sugar. Here in Hippyville we only eat bran muffins.
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You don't know what you are missing....
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I think having a Krispy Kreme donut can send you into a diabetic coma.
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Bleahhh. Deep fried sugar. Here in Hippyville we only eat bran muffins.
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