Thursday, June 3, 2010

Free Doughnut Day

Friday is National Doughnut Day and participating Krispy Kremes and Dunkin Donuts are giving away a free donut.
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At Dunkin Donuts you have to purchase a beverage to get a free doughnut but Krispy Kreme is no purchase required.
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Woohoo! Free doughnuts.
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I am either going to get an old fashioned sprinkled with sugar [pictured] or an apple cinnamon.
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How about you?

9 comments:

Michaela said...

Aaargh! Donuts... my secret love, my addiction, my downfall.
The nearest Krispy Kreme store is 45min away. That, Skippy darling, is a good thing. I have been known to eat a mixed half dozen KKs in one sitting. I love them THAT much. Its better for my health(& ass size) that I dont eat them.
Sob.

Linda in New Mexico said...

I love me some maple donuts. I also love bavarian creme filled long bars with chocolate icing. Gonna hafta make a donut run with the gkids tomorrow. Yum
first usable vert word in a while: Amelov.....Amelov me some donuts....especially free

mi said...

yay! there's a krispy kreme near me.
thanks for the heads up!

TinaM said...

Me? I'm going to forget I read this LOL!
I wonder if my Krispie Kreme is participating.... no i don't... but... NO TINA!!! lol :)

Tessa said...

No way, free donuts, wow!!! Sure am glad we don't have Krispy Kreme's here in Canada. I'm safe for another day!!!

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

yum, i love donuts. i wear them well - on each hip. ahahaa

not sure what kind i want but it would have chocolate in it somewhere.

Rudee said...

I ♥ donuts

RV Vagabonds said...

I'm with Linda--my favs are maple/caramel iced Persians (a cinnamon swirled donut).

Unfortunately there are no Krispy Kremes in Wyoming and no Dunkin Donuts within 100 miles. So that was just cruel, Skippy.

Jeannie said...

Don't know that we have a doughnut day in Canada. In any event, there are no Dunkin Donuts here, and Krispy Kreme did not survive long in spite of the huge buildup. I think their product was just too sweet and greasy for the locals. Tim Horton's may have begun as a doughnut shop but it's the coffee that has kept them going.