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#116 - Did get some donuts the next day, honey-glazed. Were glorious.  [+] (4 new replies) 09/06/2013 on Brief Canadian history 0
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#118 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Maple dipped donuts are great as well, and during seasonal events like Christmas they'll have themed donuts going on, like during february they had a donut with white icing and like red and pink swirls on top with those hot red heart-shaped candies. Shits dope yo.

Only downside is that when it's warm outside all the injins fill it up to the point where the line is out the door.
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#119 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Sadly I live in Denver and don't have too many opportunities to drop by. Canada is awesome, by the way.
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#120 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Thanks man, I wish I could go to Denver, or any other place than Canada. Not too sure where you drove into from, but if you drove into Alberta from my province, I'll take a guess that you saw nothing but flat fields for a long time. Saskatchewan btw
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#121 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Came in from Glacier, Montana. Headed through Calgary then across Banff and Jasper to Vancouver.
#257 - something something dicks and ceiling fans  [+] (1 new reply) 09/06/2013 on The shirt should be XL right? +2
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#258 - walcorn (09/06/2013) [-]
Yeah
Luckily the Ceiling Fan is in the room next door.
I really dodged a bullet there.
#114 - Not a coffee guy, but the turkey club was the best fast food s…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/06/2013 on Brief Canadian history 0
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#115 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Yeah man it's fucking delicious. BTW it's a coffee shop, not too sure if that's exactly considered "fast food" but yeah their food is really good along with the donuts. Although if you ever do go there again and order a half-dozen or dozen donuts, SPECIFY which ones, otherwise they WILL give you the ones that have been sitting there the longest and the ones that nobody likes, such as fritters and those fucked up weird asymetrical shapes, in fact you'll rarely find an actual donut in a dozen or half dozen unless you specify which ones.
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#116 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Did get some donuts the next day, honey-glazed. Were glorious.
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#118 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Maple dipped donuts are great as well, and during seasonal events like Christmas they'll have themed donuts going on, like during february they had a donut with white icing and like red and pink swirls on top with those hot red heart-shaped candies. Shits dope yo.

Only downside is that when it's warm outside all the injins fill it up to the point where the line is out the door.
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#119 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Sadly I live in Denver and don't have too many opportunities to drop by. Canada is awesome, by the way.
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#120 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Thanks man, I wish I could go to Denver, or any other place than Canada. Not too sure where you drove into from, but if you drove into Alberta from my province, I'll take a guess that you saw nothing but flat fields for a long time. Saskatchewan btw
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#121 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Came in from Glacier, Montana. Headed through Calgary then across Banff and Jasper to Vancouver.
#111 - idk, had no idea what the place was. (I honestly had assumed b…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/06/2013 on Brief Canadian history 0
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#113 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Are you complimenting timmie's? Lol I've got one close to my high school and during lunch during winter we just walk there and damn their English Toffee or French Vanilla is delicious.
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#114 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Not a coffee guy, but the turkey club was the best fast food sandwich I've ever had
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#115 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Yeah man it's fucking delicious. BTW it's a coffee shop, not too sure if that's exactly considered "fast food" but yeah their food is really good along with the donuts. Although if you ever do go there again and order a half-dozen or dozen donuts, SPECIFY which ones, otherwise they WILL give you the ones that have been sitting there the longest and the ones that nobody likes, such as fritters and those fucked up weird asymetrical shapes, in fact you'll rarely find an actual donut in a dozen or half dozen unless you specify which ones.
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#116 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Did get some donuts the next day, honey-glazed. Were glorious.
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#118 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Maple dipped donuts are great as well, and during seasonal events like Christmas they'll have themed donuts going on, like during february they had a donut with white icing and like red and pink swirls on top with those hot red heart-shaped candies. Shits dope yo.

Only downside is that when it's warm outside all the injins fill it up to the point where the line is out the door.
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#119 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Sadly I live in Denver and don't have too many opportunities to drop by. Canada is awesome, by the way.
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#120 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Thanks man, I wish I could go to Denver, or any other place than Canada. Not too sure where you drove into from, but if you drove into Alberta from my province, I'll take a guess that you saw nothing but flat fields for a long time. Saskatchewan btw
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#121 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Came in from Glacier, Montana. Headed through Calgary then across Banff and Jasper to Vancouver.
#108 - Driving into Alberta, stop at this place because the Internet …  [+] (10 new replies) 09/06/2013 on Brief Canadian history 0
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#109 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Should asked for some curry man. I once asked for a Double Curry and she said "what" in an east indian accent and then I said "One double double please" then drove up with the cockiest smile ever and said "Thanks! Have a great day!"

Mofo's can't say shit because I'll be joining the army (not to be a hero, but for the benefits.)
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#111 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
idk, had no idea what the place was. (I honestly had assumed before the trip that it was a grocery store.) It just made me realize how spectacularly awful American fast food is.
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#113 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Are you complimenting timmie's? Lol I've got one close to my high school and during lunch during winter we just walk there and damn their English Toffee or French Vanilla is delicious.
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#114 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Not a coffee guy, but the turkey club was the best fast food sandwich I've ever had
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#115 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Yeah man it's fucking delicious. BTW it's a coffee shop, not too sure if that's exactly considered "fast food" but yeah their food is really good along with the donuts. Although if you ever do go there again and order a half-dozen or dozen donuts, SPECIFY which ones, otherwise they WILL give you the ones that have been sitting there the longest and the ones that nobody likes, such as fritters and those fucked up weird asymetrical shapes, in fact you'll rarely find an actual donut in a dozen or half dozen unless you specify which ones.
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#116 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Did get some donuts the next day, honey-glazed. Were glorious.
User avatar
#118 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Maple dipped donuts are great as well, and during seasonal events like Christmas they'll have themed donuts going on, like during february they had a donut with white icing and like red and pink swirls on top with those hot red heart-shaped candies. Shits dope yo.

Only downside is that when it's warm outside all the injins fill it up to the point where the line is out the door.
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#119 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Sadly I live in Denver and don't have too many opportunities to drop by. Canada is awesome, by the way.
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#120 - heraske (09/06/2013) [-]
Thanks man, I wish I could go to Denver, or any other place than Canada. Not too sure where you drove into from, but if you drove into Alberta from my province, I'll take a guess that you saw nothing but flat fields for a long time. Saskatchewan btw
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#121 - emrakul (09/06/2013) [-]
Came in from Glacier, Montana. Headed through Calgary then across Banff and Jasper to Vancouver.
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