Amanda Runs on Dunkin'

4.11.2013

(First things first: Happy Sweet Sixteen to my little sister! Love you, sis!)

You may or may not know this about me, but I have an addiction to the following establishments: Dunkin' Donuts and Dairy Queen.

It's lucky for me I don't live close to either; otherwise I would have a serious problem on my hands that starts with 600 and ends with pounds.

Dairy Queen and I have always been good friends, but my love affair for Dunkin' Donuts really got going in high school, when they used to pass around a box of munchkin holes during student council meetings. That delicious cardboard box full of 100 pieces of round chocolate and powdered goodness would come down the row, and I would shove as many as I could into my mouth like a chipmunk on crack. Powdered sugar everywhere.

Then I got wise and started bringing a plastic bag with me to student council meetings, which I would fill up with donut holes then tuck away in my bookbag for a mid-morning snack.

The donut holes were the single reason I signed up for student council sophomore, junior, and senior year. Well, that and my goal to get in as many pictures in the yearbook as possible. (Which I succeeded in, since I was editor of the yearbook and added lots of pictures of yours truly.)

You can, therefore, imagine my extreme joy when I stepped off the airplane into the Saint Louis airport last Thursday morning and came face-to-face with a Dunkin' Donuts. My eyes immediately grew ten sizes, and I almost took down an old lady in my beeline toward the magical pink and orange.

Approximately four and a half minutes later, I had powdered sugar all over my face, and I was having the following text exchange with Jordan:

And I know I exaggerate sometimes on here, so just in case you don't believe me, I took a picture of my receipt:


Best five dollars and twenty-three cents I ever spent.
You can believe that.
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6 comments:

  1. That sprinkled donut looks delicious! I love DD's iced coffees. I've been really good about just getting coffee while I'm there but now I'll have to treat myself!

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  2. Doughnuts are one of my biggest weaknesses. My school gets them every Friday morning for all of the teachers, and I can never stay away. It's a problem...

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  3. hahaha this is awesome. now i want a doughnut. shoot.

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  4. Dunkin Donuts is practically in my neighborhood - it's 2 minutes away. It's dangerous.

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  5. Oh my gosh I love donuts too! I could eat them all day, so delicious. Although we do not have a Dunkin Donuts here in Norman, we do have a 24 Hour Donut King!! It is frequented often at 1am when I am in need of a donut! Also, Dairy Queen is not existent in Oklahoma! They are everywhere in Minnesota, but Braum's has taken its place here. I miss Oreo Blizzards so much!

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  6. I'm totally jealous. We don't have Dunkin' in CA. I have only ever had it when I lived in New York for a summer. SOO good!

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