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2013-02-06 03:56:23 PM
i.huffpost.com
 
2013-02-06 05:23:32 PM
I want to eat this abomination. It appears delicious.

I DESIRE TO TASTE ITS CLOYING PARTS!
 
2013-02-06 05:23:45 PM
Maybe later you can color my colours or enquire about my inquiries at the Theater Theatre.
 
2013-02-06 05:25:29 PM

dj_spanmaster: I want to eat this abomination. It appears delicious.

I DESIRE TO TASTE ITS CLOYING PARTS!


THIS!
 
2013-02-06 05:25:48 PM
Anddd Tim Hortons was the first thing to come to mind.
 
2013-02-06 05:25:53 PM
popdose.com
"My God, It's full of doughnuts."
 
2013-02-06 05:27:12 PM
www.reocities.com
 
2013-02-06 05:29:23 PM
talkingship.com

/check the filename
 
2013-02-06 05:32:32 PM

Fark Rye For Many Whores: [talkingship.com image 480x360]

/check the filename


LOL
 
2013-02-06 05:33:35 PM
I like how the article uses two different ways of spelling it
 
2013-02-06 05:34:58 PM
So they jammed a doughnut inside another doughnut's hole and called it "the Priestly"?  Hmmm...
 
zez
2013-02-06 05:35:26 PM
I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.
 
2013-02-06 05:36:19 PM
Pauladeen.jpeg/on my phone or id link a picture proper
 
2013-02-06 05:37:39 PM

HortusMatris: So they jammed a doughnut inside another doughnut's hole and called it "the Priestly"?  Hmmm...


Then they squirted creamy white icing all over it.
 
2013-02-06 05:39:07 PM
How to create 'The Priestley' for a photo op:

1) cut doughnut in half and hollow it out a bit.
2) cut "timbit" in half and slather with strawberry jam.
3) jam jammed timbit halves in doughnut halves.
 
2013-02-06 05:39:28 PM

zez: I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.


For a show to be watchable, it has to be more "genius" than "can't stand it". I call it the How I Met Your Mother Diagonal. The show played jump rope with that line.
 
2013-02-06 05:43:33 PM
That looks all right, but I want one of these:
hungeree.com

The Krispy Kreme Oreo donut.
 
2013-02-06 05:45:19 PM
The guy survived hitting a wall at 180 MPH. Give him a donut.
 
2013-02-06 05:46:53 PM

LonMead: That looks all right, but I want one of these:
[hungeree.com image 483x376]

The Krispy Kreme Oreo donut.


I'm not a donut person, but next time I'm craving something insanely sweet and unhealthy, I'm going to go find one of those.
 
zez
2013-02-06 05:48:20 PM

dj_spanmaster: zez: I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.

For a show to be watchable, it has to be more "genius" than "can't stand it". I call it the How I Met Your Mother Diagonal. The show played jump rope with that line.


I think my favorite part was the reoccurring gag where the Canadian actors would get all mad during the interview but be overly polite while storming off.
 
2013-02-06 05:57:03 PM

zez: dj_spanmaster: zez: I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.

For a show to be watchable, it has to be more "genius" than "can't stand it". I call it the How I Met Your Mother Diagonal. The show played jump rope with that line.

I think my favorite part was the reoccurring gag where the Canadian actors would get all mad during the interview but be overly polite while storming off.


I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.
 
2013-02-06 06:03:16 PM

silverjets: zez: dj_spanmaster: zez: I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.

For a show to be watchable, it has to be more "genius" than "can't stand it". I call it the How I Met Your Mother Diagonal. The show played jump rope with that line.

I think my favorite part was the reoccurring gag where the Canadian actors would get all mad during the interview but be overly polite while storming off.

I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.


I don't know about that.
 
2013-02-06 06:05:43 PM

LonMead: That looks all right, but I want one of these:
[hungeree.com image 483x376]

The Krispy Kreme Oreo donut.


If that KK's still hot, I'd eat it... ( otherwise, probably not...)

/ doughnut thread!
 
2013-02-06 06:06:53 PM

silverjets: I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.


Which they made REALLY obvious in this episode, even if you didn't pick up on it before, both with the Robin Sparkles/Robin Daggers transformation, which was basically what happened with Morissette for her Jagged Little Pill album.

Plus that they actually had Dave Coulier as a potential stalkee, when he WAS the dude Morissette wrote "You Oughta Know" about.  Which is just icing on the delicious Priestley donut because Bob Saget's the narrator on HIMYM.
 
2013-02-06 06:07:34 PM
static4.businessinsider.com
 
2013-02-06 06:16:14 PM
silverjets:
I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.

uhh...they kind of beat you over the head with the Alanis references. Everyone got it.  Hell, they even threw Dave Coulier in there.

It's not like Alanis Morissette was some obscure singer in the States. She was pretty big in the 90s. She was all over the radio, and Jagged Little Pill sold a bajillion copies.
 
2013-02-06 06:18:58 PM

foo monkey: silverjets: zez: dj_spanmaster: zez: I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.

For a show to be watchable, it has to be more "genius" than "can't stand it". I call it the How I Met Your Mother Diagonal. The show played jump rope with that line.

I think my favorite part was the reoccurring gag where the Canadian actors would get all mad during the interview but be overly polite while storming off.

I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.

I don't know about that.


25.media.tumblr.com

/Yeah, I know that's Moose and not Alanis.
 
2013-02-06 06:29:02 PM

kvinesknows: [i.huffpost.com image 570x238]


Dude, it's farking Tim Hortons. It's supposed to appear delicious.

And in the same way that Mango Shampoo smells delicious, the actual flavor experience is more appropriately labeled as a hate crime.
 
2013-02-06 06:55:18 PM
I had to go look up what's a Timbit.  You would think that would be included in the article.
 
2013-02-06 06:56:14 PM
I have to ask.  Is the "Yo Dog" meme now dead?

I came into this thread expecting a least one "Yo dog, I heard you like donuts, so I put a donut in your donut so you can eat donuts while you eat donuts
 
2013-02-06 06:57:02 PM
Want.

/want
 
2013-02-06 07:11:54 PM

Great Justice: I have to ask.  Is the "Yo Dog" meme now dead?

I came into this thread expecting a least one "Yo dog, I heard you like donuts, so I put a donut in your donut so you can eat donuts while you eat donuts


No, I did that here. But I've never seen a donut in a donut before so I'd be all "yo dawg? see? think me funny guys? what's a timbits?"
 
2013-02-06 07:17:17 PM

Doc Daneeka: silverjets:
I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.

uhh...they kind of beat you over the head with the Alanis references. Everyone got it.  Hell, they even threw Dave Coulier in there.

It's not like Alanis Morissette was some obscure singer in the States. She was pretty big in the 90s. She was all over the radio, and Jagged Little Pill sold a bajillion copies.


I was referring to the fact that before she was the artist Alanis Morissette she was the pop-star Alanis.   Which is what the running gag, from way back in season 2, has been all about.  Until last night's episode put it all together I don't think many Americans actually got the "extra layer" to the joke.
 
2013-02-06 07:33:29 PM

ArgusRun: foo monkey: silverjets: zez: dj_spanmaster: zez: I can't stand that show, but the wife called me in to show me the fake documentary bit this was taken from and it was pretty good.

For a show to be watchable, it has to be more "genius" than "can't stand it". I call it the How I Met Your Mother Diagonal. The show played jump rope with that line.

I think my favorite part was the reoccurring gag where the Canadian actors would get all mad during the interview but be overly polite while storming off.

I think the best part is the running gag of Robin having been a teenage pop-star a la Alanis.  I'm sure very few Americans watching the show get that they are spoofing Alanis Morissette.

I don't know about that.

[25.media.tumblr.com image 480x360]

/Yeah, I know that's Moose and not Alanis.


Loved me some Moose back in the day.

/I don't know
 
2013-02-06 08:22:51 PM
 
2013-02-06 08:41:29 PM
That is some poor reporting. They almost never tell you what the name of it is, or where it came from.
 
2013-02-06 09:35:13 PM

Great Justice: I have to ask.  Is the "Yo Dog" meme now dead?

I came into this thread expecting a least one "Yo dog, I heard you like donuts, so I put a donut in your donut so you can eat donuts while you eat donuts


That's the headline
 
2013-02-06 10:04:01 PM
Man, should I treat myself to a NY bagel or a doughnut tomorrow?

Furthermore, Dunkin doughnuts Vs Krispy Kreme. Discuss!

/miss Dougnuts Delite in Rochester NY but Hegedorns comes in a close second
/sad that I'm relegated to only the above options now.
 
2013-02-06 10:05:03 PM

Great Justice: I have to ask.  Is the "Yo Dog" meme now dead?

I came into this thread expecting a least one "Yo dog, I heard you like donuts, so I put a donut in your donut so you can eat donuts while you eat donuts


Same, amazed it wasn't in the headline, and wasn't posted so far.

Fark, I am disappoint.
 
2013-02-06 10:17:18 PM

Coastalgrl: Man, should I treat myself to a NY bagel or a doughnut tomorrow?

Furthermore, Dunkin doughnuts Vs Krispy Kreme. Discuss!

/miss Dougnuts Delite in Rochester NY but Hegedorns comes in a close second
/sad that I'm relegated to only the above options now.


[INSERT PLUG FOR FAVORITE LOCAL DONUT SHOP HERE]
 
2013-02-06 11:11:29 PM

phamwaa: Coastalgrl: Man, should I treat myself to a NY bagel or a doughnut tomorrow?

Furthermore, Dunkin doughnuts Vs Krispy Kreme. Discuss!

/miss Dougnuts Delite in Rochester NY but Hegedorns comes in a close second
/sad that I'm relegated to only the above options now.

[INSERT PLUG FOR FAVORITE LOCAL DONUT SHOP HERE]


Thx but now I live in FL. Many miles away from the land of salt potatoes, wegmans and zweigles.
 
2013-02-06 11:49:03 PM

someguy945: Great Justice: I have to ask.  Is the "Yo Dog" meme now dead?

I came into this thread expecting a least one "Yo dog, I heard you like donuts, so I put a donut in your donut so you can eat donuts while you eat donuts

That's the headline


I see that now, but it just seems so lazy to abbreviate everything.  The whole thing is funnier to me.
 
2013-02-07 10:10:41 AM

Coastalgrl: phamwaa: Coastalgrl: Man, should I treat myself to a NY bagel or a doughnut tomorrow?

Furthermore, Dunkin doughnuts Vs Krispy Kreme. Discuss!

/miss Dougnuts Delite in Rochester NY but Hegedorns comes in a close second
/sad that I'm relegated to only the above options now.

[INSERT PLUG FOR FAVORITE LOCAL DONUT SHOP HERE]

Thx but now I live in FL. Many miles away from the land of salt potatoes, wegmans and zweigles.


You can get all of those things in southeast FL. Pretty much anywhere from West Palm to Miami.
 
2013-02-07 10:22:48 AM

dj_spanmaster: Thx but now I live in FL. Many miles away from the land of salt potatoes, wegmans and zweigles.

You can get all of those things in southeast FL. Pretty much anywhere from West Palm to Miami.


The southernmost Wegmans is located in Fredericksburg, VA.

They have expanded considerably past their upstate New York roots, but they are nowhere near Florida yet.

Stop at Wegmans whenever I visit family in Buffalo.  My parents have one right around the corner from their house.  Sometimes it makes me wish I never moved away.  I have both a Trader Joes and a Whole Foods within a short drive from where I live, and I still think they both suck compared to Wegmans.
 
2013-02-07 10:57:07 AM

Doc Daneeka: dj_spanmaster: Thx but now I live in FL. Many miles away from the land of salt potatoes, wegmans and zweigles.

You can get all of those things in southeast FL. Pretty much anywhere from West Palm to Miami.

The southernmost Wegmans is located in Fredericksburg, VA.

They have expanded considerably past their upstate New York roots, but they are nowhere near Florida yet.

Stop at Wegmans whenever I visit family in Buffalo.  My parents have one right around the corner from their house.  Sometimes it makes me wish I never moved away.  I have both a Trader Joes and a Whole Foods within a short drive from where I live, and I still think they both suck compared to Wegmans.


And here I was thinking that these were all Jewish specialty food items.
 
2013-02-07 05:41:48 PM

dj_spanmaster: Doc Daneeka: dj_spanmaster: Thx but now I live in FL. Many miles away from the land of salt potatoes, wegmans and zweigles.

You can get all of those things in southeast FL. Pretty much anywhere from West Palm to Miami.

The southernmost Wegmans is located in Fredericksburg, VA.

They have expanded considerably past their upstate New York roots, but they are nowhere near Florida yet.

Stop at Wegmans whenever I visit family in Buffalo.  My parents have one right around the corner from their house.  Sometimes it makes me wish I never moved away.  I have both a Trader Joes and a Whole Foods within a short drive from where I live, and I still think they both suck compared to Wegmans.

And here I was thinking that these were all Jewish specialty food items.


Well, salt potatoes are everywhere but Zwiegels is the local hot dog maker.  Go a little to the east to Central NY and they have Hoffmans for their regional dog.

Wegmans was at the very top of my PRO list when I made a PROs and CONs list about 8 years ago on whether to stay or leave the area for work.
 
2013-02-07 08:31:12 PM
Benjimin_Dover:

Well, salt potatoes are everywhere but Zwiegels is the local hot dog maker.  Go a little to the east to Central NY and they have Hoffmans for their regional dog.

Being from Buffalo I'm partial to Sahlen's hotdogs, which dominate western NY.  Though Wardynski and Redlinski dogs also are pretty big.

Mmm, Sahlen's hot dog with Weber's horseradish mustard. Mouth watering just thinking about it. Damn I miss Buffalo food.
 
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