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(Winnipeg Free Press)   Dude, I heard you like donuts so I put a doughnut in your donut   ( winnipegfreepress.com) divider line
    More: Amusing, Tim Hortons, Paul Shaffer, Cobie Smulders, Robin Thicke, Geddy Lee, Alex Trebek, Barney, Jason Priestley  
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2013-02-06 06:56:14 PM  
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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 06:29:02 PM  
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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 06:06:53 PM  
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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.
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