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Salad Fingers
11 hours ago, Gards said:

Krispy Kreme's are shit.  Dunkin Donuts pisses all over them.

 

I remember they had a Dunkin Donuts fridge in our local Alldays when we were young.  40p I think they were.  Boston Crème were the absolute mutts nuts. 

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Phil Dunphy

I’ve never had a donut that was better than one from Krispy Kreme. 

 

Don’t often eat them, but I wouldn’t thank you for one from a supermarket or Greggs/Baynes. 

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Samuel Camazzola
1 minute ago, Phil Dunphy said:

I’ve never had a donut that was better than one from Krispy Kreme. 

 

Don’t often eat them, but I wouldn’t thank you for one from a supermarket or Greggs/Baynes. 

Baynes? I don't eat donuts often but anything from Baynes will be far superior than KK IMO. 

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Marvin
12 hours ago, TheStig said:

Over rated shite

 

Correct.

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Der Kaiser

They're nice.

 

They're just not stand in a queue for more than 2 minutes nice.

 

 

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jack D and coke

How do American companies manage this hysteria over ****ing doughnuts? 

The carry on when the Hermiston Gait one opened actually made me quite sad that this is the society we have now. I thought there had been a brutal accident. 

****ing doughnuts😕

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Phil Dunphy
1 hour ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

Baynes? I don't eat donuts often but anything from Baynes will be far superior than KK IMO. 

 

There’s a Baynes in Dalkeith and it’s absolutely nothing special. It’s just a smaller Greggs. 

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JimKongUno
4 hours ago, ri Alban said:

I've never tasted these doughnuts. Any good? Horton's are rotten, I know that.

 

Theyre good but way over priced for what is essentialy a doughnut , get some nice flavoursbut  its about £5.50 for a box of 3 in tesco . better than a greggs but not worth 3x the price .

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Samuel Camazzola
22 minutes ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

There’s a Baynes in Dalkeith and it’s absolutely nothing special. It’s just a smaller Greggs. 

I've only experienced Fife stores. I'd have thought the standards would have been similar as the ones in the Kingdom are good. 

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Phil Dunphy
7 minutes ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

I've only experienced Fife stores. I'd have thought the standards would have been similar as the ones in the Kingdom are good. 

 

I imagine anything that’s not filled with newspapers and sawdust is a delicacy in Fife tbf. 

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Samuel Camazzola
1 hour ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I imagine anything that’s not filled with newspapers and sawdust is a delicacy in Fife tbf. 

😯

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Eddie

5 custard doughnuts out of Morrison's for a quid. standing in a 4hr que to pay something ridiculous like a fiver per doughnut **** right off

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been here before
9 minutes ago, Eddie said:

5 custard doughnuts out of Morrison's for a quid. standing in a 4hr que to pay something ridiculous like a fiver per doughnut **** right off

 

Id stand in a 4 hour queue for anything if it meant I didnt have to go into a Morrisons.

 

Morrisons is for the downtrodden and broken people.

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iantjambo
Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

There’s a Baynes in Dalkeith and it’s absolutely nothing special. It’s just a smaller Greggs. 

 

In terms of hot food, I agree.

 

I’ve never had a bad cake or doughnut from Baynes though.

Edited by iantjambo

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Samuel Camazzola
29 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

Id stand in a 4 hour queue for anything if it meant I didnt have to go into a Morrisons.

 

Morrisons is for the downtrodden and broken people.

Where do the non downtrodden and broken people shop? 

 

I shop at all the stores including Morrisons so need to reassure myself and boost my self esteem. 

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been here before
17 minutes ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

Where do the non downtrodden and broken people shop? 

 

I shop at all the stores including Morrisons so need to reassure myself and boost my self esteem. 

 

You have a choice to make- Morrisons or self esteem.

 

You cant have both.

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Samuel Camazzola
5 minutes ago, been here before said:

 

You have a choice to make- Morrisons or self esteem.

 

You cant have both.

OK. If I eliminate Morrisons from my shopping rounds, where is it OK to frequent? Don't want to get caught out again. 

 

👍 

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ri Alban
3 hours ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I imagine anything that’s not filled with newspapers and sawdust is a delicacy in Fife tbf. 

:D

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ri Alban
32 minutes ago, iantjambo said:

 

In terms of hot food, I agree.

 

I’ve never had a bad cake or doughnut from Baynes though.

Asher's in Inverness is the best in Scotland. 

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Phil Dunphy
2 hours ago, iantjambo said:

 

In terms of hot food, I agree.

 

I’ve never had a bad cake or doughnut from Baynes though.

 

I think it’s difficult to find such a thing as a “bad cake”. 

 

Unless it’s got ****ing raisins in it. 

 

:muggy:

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redjambo
5 minutes ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I think it’s difficult to find such a thing as a “bad cake”. 

 

Unless it’s got ****ing raisins in it. 

 

:muggy:

 

Raisin scones. Yum!

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Phil Dunphy
4 minutes ago, redjambo said:

 

Raisin scones. Yum!

 

No idea how anyone can be keen on raisins. 

 

Just have a ****ing grape. 

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jonnothejambo
16 hours ago, Lemongrab said:

I had to laugh at the Evening News story, with the headline that people queued for 4 hours. As if that's a big deal. Only 20 people queued, and the 'store' is more of a kiosk. Pathetic.

 

Anyone queuing up for a donut is a feckin donut. 

 

Feckin zombies.

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Craig_
15 minutes ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I think it’s difficult to find such a thing as a “bad cake”. 

 

Unless it’s got ****ing raisins in it. 

 

:muggy:

 

Yum.

 

Image result for fly cemetery

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Thommo414
18 minutes ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

I think it’s difficult to find such a thing as a “bad cake”. 

 

Unless it’s got ****ing raisins in it. 

 

:muggy:

Second the raisins part. 

 

Could also add lemon icing/flavouring and/or coconut onto that. Truly the devil's work 

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redjambo
9 minutes ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

No idea how anyone can be keen on raisins. 

 

Just have a ****ing grape. 

 

If you can sort me out with some grape scones, I'll try one.

 

Oh, and creamed rice with cinnamon and raisins. Yum! ;)

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Morgan
9 hours ago, Samuel Camazzola said:

What's your sister in law's take on these donuts? 

Put it this way, her husband is called Duncan.

 

She loves him.

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John Findlay
22 hours ago, scott herbertson said:

I thought this thread was about something else. Took me years to get my first one

Subtle sir, subtle.

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Victorian
5 hours ago, Craig_ said:

 

Yum.

 

Image result for fly cemetery

 

I used to love them.    **** knows why.    

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jake

Queuing for a doughnut is the time consumed by remain voters.

Selfish self entitled people who think  that freedom of movement means their toilets get cleaned for minimum rate

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The Brow

Tim Hortons is another overrated pile of wank. 

 

The queuing when they opened down here was hilarious. Same fat dreggs that would have queued for KK no doubt. 

 

Leave them be, hopefully they'll pass away soon enough. 

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ri Alban
Posted (edited)
4 hours ago, jake said:

Queuing for a doughnut is the time consumed by remain voters.

Selfish self entitled people who think  that freedom of movement means their toilets get cleaned for minimum rate

Maybe they should have added Klub to their name. Brexiters would want to live their.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry, it had to be said.

Edited by ri Alban

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Stephane Grappelli
On 14/05/2019 at 19:58, Crete said:

The world has gone mad people queuing up for 4 hours for a Krispy Kreme doughnut. 🍩

 

Reminds me of all those halfwits at Ocean Terminal a year or so ago queuing outside Build A Bear.  Drag your kids along to stand all day, hungry and dehydrated just for a free teddy bear.  I think the Police had to be called eventually.

 

Clowns.

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milky_26
1 hour ago, Stephane Grappelli said:

 

Reminds me of all those halfwits at Ocean Terminal a year or so ago queuing outside Build A Bear.  Drag your kids along to stand all day, hungry and dehydrated just for a free teddy bear.  I think the Police had to be called eventually.

 

Clowns.

They were after bears not clowns

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Herbert

Stephens doughnuts are superb. Even the custard ones are no bad and I usually dont like custard. They should open another hipster thing and shoot everyone that queues up.

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Jamhammer

Gimme a Greggs pink iced any day. Or a Cruller or Timbits from Tim Hortons when in Canada

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Smithee
1 hour ago, Jamhammer said:

Gimme a Greggs pink iced any day. Or a Cruller or Timbits from Tim Hortons when in Canada

 

Mrs S came home with a butterscotch number from Gregg's the other day. Lordy!

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Jamhammer
4 minutes ago, Smithee said:

 

Mrs S came home with a butterscotch number from Gregg's the other day. Lordy!

That sounds proper sickly.

(Rushes off to Stenhouse to get one)

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Mr Brightside
21 hours ago, been here before said:

 

Morrisons is for the downtrodden and broken people.

Think you have just described Asda at the jewel. My local Morrison’s and the one at the Gyle are fine.

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Stephane Grappelli
9 hours ago, milky_26 said:

They were after bears not clowns

 

They could have been building a Build A Bear bear in a clown's costume.

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