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Debrodniks Donuts
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(05-15-2016, 10:13 PM)clasher Wrote: Kinda cute but I don't trust that panda.

When I used to eat eggs the donuts from Norris Bakery were my favourite in town.

You should just eat around the eggs in the doughnuts   Big Grin   that way you can still enjoy a doughnut
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#12
I have no idea why, but I really like that video. Smile
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#13
I had a donut from there once and it was easily the best donut I have ever had.

Jimmy's are pretty good as well.
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#14
If we get a corgi it has been long established that I am naming him donut
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#15
The sign is up at Forest Glen plaza
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#16
Oh, that's too bad (for me). I really enjoyed their donuts, but Forest Glen is a bit too far for me. It's probably better for my waistline that way. :-D
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#17
Are they moving into the standalone building that's closest to the street?
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#18
It looks like it's just one of the strip units
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#19
Was about to post the Forest Glen news only to realize Lens beat me to it.

Forest Glen is my local plaza. This will not be good for my waistline, I predict.
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#20
Anticipation...!

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