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Thursday, May 15, 2008

It's a holiday on ice!

Can you guess what today is?


I'll give you a hint. It comes in flavors. It tastes great plain. It's everywhere.

Yes, you got it. Today is free iced coffee day at Dunkin' Donuts.

Luckily, our city has a Dunkin' Donut on every corner. It's like Seattle and Starbucks. There are 4 Dunks within easy walking distance to our house. So of course we had to go to each one of them to get our free iced coffee.

I like mine plain with cream, no sugar.

The Girl, who came with me, got flavored coffees. She tried blueberry, raspberry, caramel and french vanilla. All totally vile if you ask me.

Visiting every store in the 'hood might seem a bit piggish. But I look at it differently. All these free iced coffees just about make up for the many many DD mistakes I've had to endure over the past year. They have great coffee, but the help? OMG.

I imagine we'll be able to sleep by next week, right?

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Blogger Daisy said...

I would TOTALLY visit every DD in the 'hood with you if I lived near you today.

15/5/08 7:19 PM  
Blogger Karen_thrifty said...

Ummmm. I wish we had a DD nearby. I sure did want some free coffee! That's cool that you got to try so many different flavors.

20/5/08 8:47 PM  

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