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Darth Eggplant
05-18-2003, 03:04 PM
starting may 14th, 2003 Famous Players theater chains are now selling Krispy Kreme donuts, which are pure evil! I mean a 4 pak for $4.96 No donut is worth more than a dollar. a dozen is like $8.88 still way too much. I mean my friend is teaching english as a second language in Bangkok and there it considered a special rich persons treat to indulge in western food. they have one tim hortons donut (or whatever chain) and inside people show up in fur coats expensive jewelery etc to pay $$$$ for the pleasure of eating a western ball of fatty goo. I mean here in Canada, donut shops are are every street corner. and there the people think he is pulling their legs when he tells them that donuts are uniqious and inexpensive. anyhow maybe in Bangkok a donut cost plenty of dough, but they should not here. I did not even have one when offered. It offends my deep fried fast food soul to think that something which is like so bad for me and will eventually cost me my life, should cost me my paycheck as well.
another thing our media made a big thing about it when they came. they put the story first. above war and disater etc. the first Krispy Kreme donut franchise went to Saint Catherines Ontario, where they say the most donutsa are consumed in Ontario if not canada, and there on the news were these 'pre-Jared Subway' lard asses who needed another gram of fat, like a hole in their collon's saying, oh we lined up for 3 days to be the first ones...
my friends id not even eat them. they inhaled them. it's one thing to tilt your head back and swallow oysters that way. a donut is another thing all together. give me purple filled with sprinkles or Hommer Simpson chocolate any day. so long as it is cheap.
(being financially challenged I only have a limited budget in which to kill myself with, I do not want that quadrupple heart bypass to be because I ate a donut which cost me, $1.24

-=ReApEr=-
05-18-2003, 03:06 PM
But there still donuts. :D Donuts are the next best thing to Forums. :) In my opinion anyway.

Psyk0Sith
05-18-2003, 03:10 PM
"Ah donuts, is there anything they can't do???" i agree, donuts can be evil, one bite and you gotta finish the whole thing!

Jeedii_zaarinn
05-18-2003, 09:09 PM
ball of goo thats is funny right there, how u describe a donut. i can agree a donut is evil, for me becuase i take one bite ah i must finish it, then u see the rest of the box, and ur mind thinks oh ej that looks really good, u need to eat the rest!!!!!!!

Sam Fisher
05-19-2003, 09:54 AM
Originally posted by -=ReApEr=-
Donuts are the next best thing to Forums.

Amen.:D

Evil Spock
05-19-2003, 10:16 AM
Darth...relax. Mellow out and have a donut. :) It's a Krispy Kreme!

Yes, Krispy Kremes are evil. They come from the sixth level of Hades, where they fly around with sharp little teeth and lacerate the sinner's scalp with much fury and torment. Here on earth, though, they are A. dead, and B. deep-fried. Quite harmless.

Knowing this forum's penchant for picking at nits, I will ask the following question:

Is it 'donut' or 'doughnut?'

:D vlr

STTCT
05-19-2003, 10:28 AM
we have a "drivethru" krispee creme donuts near my work. where you pay out the nose for a few meesly little donuts! But everyday there is a line that you would not believe. Really I think its just so people can say "I had a krispee creme donut" so everyone can go "ooooo ahhh". Its just like when you buy Starbucks coffee for an outrageiously insane price of $4.00. What happened to the days when coffee was a mere $.25 cents..?? You have regular stuff and then you have BRAND name stuff that is sooo popular that everyone is willing to pay out the pants for it just so they can brag to their friends..."I went to krispee creme donuts today...they were sooo good" even though they taste the same as any other ole donut. However I cannot say the same for caramel frapacionos at Starbucks. those are yuuuummmy. okay i'm done rambling.

Matt-Liell
05-19-2003, 10:38 AM
Ah a fellow Canadian. Geez those thing are evil. For months everybody from miles around was flocking to it! You got donuts waiting in a 5 hour line for donuts! They taste good but they are SO FATTENING and FILLING its crazy. They are too rich for me to have alot thank God! I tried once but it wasn't pretty! :p

El Sitherino
05-19-2003, 10:41 AM
i go to a little donut place. this nice taiwanese lady gives me some free donuts. (it's cuz im "friends" with her daughter ;) )
yeah krispy kreme is evil. they plan to take over the world with their over buttered and over sugared doughnuts.

Matt-Liell
05-19-2003, 10:43 AM
Originally posted by InsaneSith
they plan to take over the world with their over buttered and over sugared doughnuts.


ITS NOT EVEN A JOKE!:eek:








:p

STTCT
05-19-2003, 10:44 AM
no its a reality :eek:

El Sitherino
05-19-2003, 10:44 AM
i know i was letting everyone know.
they are also microsoft's biggest competition.

STTCT
05-19-2003, 10:45 AM
cops love those damn things

ShockV1.89
05-19-2003, 12:07 PM
Mmmm, Krispy Kreme....

Darth Eggplant
05-19-2003, 04:19 PM
as a canadian i love donuts, and doughnuts is another way to say donut, donut, like color, as opposed to colour is american.
so americans out there can shout "what's the matter with you, speak american! not speak english."

Father Torque
05-19-2003, 08:31 PM
Ya those bombs give me major gas:p

Evil Spock
05-19-2003, 10:22 PM
Ahum, so, Darth, what you're basically saying is that donut is the Canadian spelling for doughnut? Here in the US, then we should properly use the second spelling, while our northern cousins can use the former without fear of spelling reprisals. It is a shame, yes, that the arbitrary lines thrown by man on a map should here cause such division between us in the modern age while we are simply engaged in the exercize (not exercise) of communicating clearly on an international bulletin board.

Ah, but wait! Never mind that lucasforums is an American institution for now, let us instead explore the slippery ground of international spelling etiquette on a forum that is electronic in nature, and arguably exists in a cyberspace that is devoid of certain national borders. In that context, one can make an argument that both American and English english are equally valid when it comes to matters of spelling regulation. Choosing one over the other can be problematic; arrogant Americans will stridently insist that they are world leaders and should have their rules of spelling honored as the standard, while crazed English minds will just as fervently maintain that they are America's bleeding daddy (having created the nation as a colony to begin with) and have the right of sovereign claim to regulate the english language.

Perhaps we should just go with Japanese. How does one say doughnut in Japanese?

:D vlr

Mr. Furious
05-20-2003, 05:34 PM
I love donuts:p as long as they are at a reasonable price;)

Jeedii_zaarinn
05-20-2003, 05:55 PM
i like donuts to. but i have grown that to handle my self. even though they all say " eat me eat me"

ShockV1.89
05-21-2003, 01:41 AM
Originally posted by Darth Eggplant
as a canadian i love donuts, and doughnuts is another way to say donut, donut, like color, as opposed to colour is american.
so americans out there can shout "what's the matter with you, speak american! not speak english."

Americans dont spell color "colour." I think thats English english, not American english. We say "color."

XERXES
05-21-2003, 01:53 AM
The Krispy Kreme Doughnut corporation was started in my hometown, Winston-Salem NC. I still go to some of the first Krispy Kreme Doughnut shops that were ever made and I have visited the first manufacturing plant. When you eat a Krispy Kreme doughnut you will realize that it is worth every cent you paid for it. Now paying 9 dollars for a dozen, wtf Krispy Kreme are you going to. Here I can get a dozen mixed doughnuts for about 5 dollars. And besides...once youve eaten a Krispy Kreme doughnut nothing else will ever compare...unless you are a damn good cook. :D