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2012-12-18 08:14:45 PM  
www.millionaireplayboy.com 

loves his Twinkies, but approves of this.
 
2012-12-18 08:17:34 PM  
When asked for further comment, he said, "Ay oh whey oh... ay oh whey oh."
 
2012-12-18 09:19:51 PM  
I used to live in Kirkland, WA, and there's a small Starbucks next to the QFC just on the edge of town. Every morning I'd walk past it and every morning it would be full of cops. Big ones, little ones, tall ones, skinny ones, black ones, blue ones, even old and new ones.
 
They were invariably buying donuts. It was like cops liked donuts or something.
 
What they obviously didn't know was that they could get donuts for much cheaper just across the street at the QFC. Suckers!
 
2012-12-18 09:49:47 PM  
Now there's something legit to do with all that confiscated drug money.
 
2012-12-18 10:03:42 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I used to live in Kirkland, WA, and there's a small Starbucks next to the QFC just on the edge of town. Every morning I'd walk past it and every morning it would be full of cops. Big ones, little ones, tall ones, skinny ones, black ones, blue ones, even old and new ones.
 
They were invariably buying donuts. It was like cops liked donuts or something.
 
What they obviously didn't know was that they could get donuts for much cheaper just across the street at the QFC. Suckers!



There's an old blues song that goes along with your observation.
 
2012-12-18 10:24:03 PM  
popcultureplaypen.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-12-18 10:26:24 PM  
For those of you unfamiliar with with what an American Donut looks like, I present the mini-donut and a regular donut:

www.roundrockdonuts.com
 
2012-12-18 10:27:32 PM  
Meh, it's been done before:

Link
 
2012-12-18 10:27:33 PM  
Cop opens a doughnut shop. Too ........many .........easy ........jokes

Jokes aren't funny when they're explained.
 
2012-12-18 10:28:46 PM  
And yet this thread is so far rather lacking in jokes...
 
2012-12-18 10:29:45 PM  

diaphoresis: For those of you unfamiliar with with what an American Donut looks like, I present the mini-donut and a regular donut:

[www.roundrockdonuts.com image 548x426]


Quite literally the only thing I miss about living north of the river in Austin.
 
2012-12-18 10:31:02 PM  
I've gotten used to seeing ads for local businesses disguised as articles, but what in the everloving f*ck is this nonsense?

FTA: "The new shop opened around the same time as the Sandy Hook massacre. And some say they find healing refuge there from all that horror. The delicious doughnuts, and peaceful and friendly atmosphere is a welcome relief."

*headdesk*
 
2012-12-18 10:33:34 PM  

apoptotic: FTA: "The new shop opened around the same time as the Sandy Hook massacre. And some say they find healing refuge there from all that horror. The delicious doughnuts, and peaceful and friendly atmosphere is a welcome relief."

*headdesk*


Brilliant! The US doesn't need less guns, it needs MORE DONUTS!
 
2012-12-18 10:37:09 PM  
www.blogcdn.com

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.
 
2012-12-18 10:38:25 PM  

Joelogon: When asked for further comment, he said, "Ay oh whey oh... ay oh whey oh."


Damn you!

herbalcharm.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-12-18 10:38:28 PM  

Joelogon: When asked for further comment, he said, "Ay oh whey oh... ay oh whey oh."


DDamn your fast response time! *shakes fist*
 
2012-12-18 10:39:33 PM  

A Shambling Mound: diaphoresis: For those of you unfamiliar with with what an American Donut looks like, I present the mini-donut and a regular donut:

[www.roundrockdonuts.com image 548x426]

Quite literally the only thing I miss about living north of the river in Austin.


My ex-husband actually managed to eat that donut... he was sick the rest of the day.. lol
 
2012-12-18 10:43:07 PM  
Maybe I'm behind the times but isn't there exactly one joke about this?

/fruit fill me in
 
2012-12-18 10:47:40 PM  

clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.


Love that photo. Police van taking up 2 spaces, including a handicap spot. But I also have a weakness for sweets, so it seems like a legitimate handicap to me.
 
2012-12-18 10:49:06 PM  
Stupid diet, I could go for some donuts right now :c.
 
2012-12-18 10:55:14 PM  

gregscott: clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.

Love that photo. Police van taking up 2 spaces, including a handicap spot. But I also have a weakness for sweets, so it seems like a legitimate handicap to me.


Just a promo photo. We save our handicap parking for people who know someone who is over 60 or may be handicapped....
 
2012-12-18 10:55:16 PM  
My uncle that's a Tennessee State Trooper owned a doughnut shop in Dyersburg, TN that was ran by his wife and kids during the late 80's and early 90's. He got plenty of jokes, but plenty of business.
 
What he hated the most was the other troopers thinking he was somehow obligated to bring doughnuts to EVERY freakin' meeting...
 
2012-12-18 10:58:34 PM  

CygnusDarius: Stupid diet, I could go for some donuts right now :c.


www.cntraveler.com

This should not be, in any way, construed as an attempt to get you to break your diet. It is simply a visual reminder of all the {tasty} fat and {delicious} sugar you are avoiding.

/Going into hiding in another thread
 
2012-12-18 11:00:14 PM  
I'm grateful for the cops that talked me out of being a cop. When I was a youngun, I worked (at the time) at the 2nd busiest Denny's in CA - Highway 50 and Sunrise Blvd in Folsom/Sacramento, on the graveyard shift. The same guys came in every morning, before sunrise. Good guys, good tippers. When I told them that I was interested in law enforcement they talked me out of it, saying it was no place for a pretty young woman. I joined the Air Force instead. Those guys rocked - they'd walk me to my car at the end of my shift, which I appreciated because Denny's tends to draw serious weirdos in the middle of the night. I'd buy any one of them a donut today.

/I have tons of stories of middle-of-the-night Denny's weirdos
//Wish this guy well - God knows cops don't make shiat for money, considering the scum they have to deal with and their daily danger
///A 24 year old cop, 4 months on the force, just died in Atlanta answering a domestic violence call.
////slashies!
 
2012-12-18 11:12:39 PM  

whatshisname: And yet this thread is so far rather lacking in jokes...


I have a hole bunch of them but they're cruller than any torture. Though I hate to fritter away a good opportunity.
 
2012-12-18 11:31:31 PM  

clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.


and the best part is they can just farking park in two handicap spots so fark you
 
2012-12-18 11:55:04 PM  

moothemagiccow: clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.

and the best part is they can just farking park in two handicap spots so fark you


I thought anyone could on private parking lots anyways?
 
2012-12-18 11:57:03 PM  

whatshisname: apoptotic: FTA: "The new shop opened around the same time as the Sandy Hook massacre. And some say they find healing refuge there from all that horror. The delicious doughnuts, and peaceful and friendly atmosphere is a welcome relief."

*headdesk*

Brilliant! The US doesn't need less guns, it needs MORE DONUTS!



A former Philadelphia cop, a donut shop in Florida. Sandy Hook? What a hamfisted way to insert that at the end of the story. How many other stories did they shoehorn Sandy Hook into?

/off to find out
 
2012-12-19 12:00:20 AM  

clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.



Ok, we have a Police donuts and Firehouse subs. What is the next logical progression of this trend? A chain of steakhouses run by EMTs?
 
2012-12-19 12:36:52 AM  
I asked a cop about the doughnut thing and he told me that the reason cops like the doughnut shops was that they had booths that the cops could sit and do their paperwork in while having a cup of coffee. Also, since it WAS a doughnut shop, they would wind up having a couple of doughnuts as well, but the thing that they liked best was the booth to do their paperwork at the end of shift.
 
2012-12-19 12:51:17 AM  

freetomato: I'm grateful for the cops that talked me out of being a cop. When I was a youngun, I worked (at the time) at the 2nd busiest Denny's in CA - Highway 50 and Sunrise Blvd in Folsom/Sacramento, on the graveyard shift. The same guys came in every morning, before sunrise. Good guys, good tippers. When I told them that I was interested in law enforcement they talked me out of it, saying it was no place for a pretty young woman. I joined the Air Force instead. Those guys rocked - they'd walk me to my car at the end of my shift, which I appreciated because Denny's tends to draw serious weirdos in the middle of the night. I'd buy any one of them a donut today.

/I have tons of stories of middle-of-the-night Denny's weirdos
//Wish this guy well - God knows cops don't make shiat for money, considering the scum they have to deal with and their daily danger
///A 24 year old cop, 4 months on the force, just died in Atlanta answering a domestic violence call.
////slashies!



my nephew went to school for law enforcement, wants to be a cop. no openings, he's presently in VA doing prison guard work and hating every minute of it. i wish i knew how to talk him out of cop work. he's a really nice kid, grew up in the boonies near PA, no street smarts, very bible oriented family. he really wants to help people. farkin' kills me.
 
2012-12-19 01:30:25 AM  
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2012-12-19 01:58:09 AM  
/ CSB

I was late to be at my bosses house for a Sunday car show in Miami. He lived in Kendal & I was coming from N Ft. Lauderdale. I took the turnpike and got onto the Extension. About 2 miles from the bosses place I come over a hill doing over 70mph. I saw at least 13 -15 FL Troopers in the median, and down shifted. Never hit the brakes. As I get half way past the line of squad cars, I see one pulling out for me. Damn, I just got a ticket.

So trooper Smith comes up to the car and asks if I know why I'm being pulled over. I yes, sir, I was probably doing just over 70mph but I did slow down right away. He said he noticed that and would be right back after running my license. I asked "Why are all the cops cars here, are all the donut shops closed this morning?" He could not not hold back the laughter and said he would be right back.

When he got back he was still chuckling. I said I was very sorry about speeding but I needed to get to the bosses house because we had some cars at the car show. I ask how many guys were here this morning and if they would like some free passes. He hand me back my license and registration, giving me a warning. i gave him a stack of about 25 free passes.

He came by our booth late that afternoon. I heard someone say are all the donut shops closed? I nearly blew water out my nose because I was mid drink. I thanked him again for the warning. The friend he came with actually knew my boss.

Good times!

/ ECSB
 
2012-12-19 02:16:12 AM  

Smackledorfer: moothemagiccow: clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.

and the best part is they can just farking park in two handicap spots so fark you

I thought anyone could on private parking lots anyways?


and fire lanes, too, apparently

//douches
 
2012-12-19 05:37:51 AM  

Insatiable Jesus: clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.


Ok, we have a Police donuts and Firehouse subs. What is the next logical progression of this trend? A chain of steakhouses run by EMTs?


Doctor's Discount Meats
/butcher/deli
 
2012-12-19 07:52:12 AM  
ref.michigan.org
 
2012-12-19 01:32:11 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I used to live in Kirkland, WA, and there's a small Starbucks next to the QFC just on the edge of town. Every morning I'd walk past it and every morning it would be full of cops. Big ones, little ones, tall ones, skinny ones, black ones, blue ones, even old and new ones.
 
They were invariably buying donuts. It was like cops liked donuts or something.
 
What they obviously didn't know was that they could get donuts for much cheaper just across the street at the QFC. Suckers!


I'm in school with several cops. You clearly don't know any cops. Cops do NOT pay for donuts.

Seriously, I just forwarded this to my cop buddies. I swear making fun of them for eating donuts never gets old. Once you get through the Us vs Them thing, cops seem to be pretty cool. I'll soon be getting some kind of email calling me a hippie or a commie.
 
2012-12-19 03:26:25 PM  

moothemagiccow: Smackledorfer: moothemagiccow: clowncar on fire: [www.blogcdn.com image 590x393]

Nothing new- opened up in Louisville 3 years ago by both retired and working officers. Best damned donuts- limited quantity so best to get there early.

and the best part is they can just farking park in two handicap spots so fark you

I thought anyone could on private parking lots anyways?

and fire lanes, too, apparently

//douches


You know it is just a promotional shot right, you disingenuous twat?
 
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