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    #21
    Homemade or McDonald's? Tongue
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    #22
    Home grown Wink

    Wildcard is awesome.
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    #23
    HAhahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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    #24
    I think of doughnuts as a snack food, like crisps (or chips, as Americans call them). So to me that's like calling a bag of pretzels or some such savoury treat a breakfast food. Sure people with busy lives might eat them in lieu of breakfast, but that doesn't make them an actual meal.
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    #25
    So nice you had to say it twice? +2 for the insanity of it all Tongue

    Wildcard is awesome.
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    #26
    OopsBlush One's deleted now.
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    #27
    (12-28-2011, 03:06 PM)heslopian Wrote:  I think of doughnuts as a snack food, like crisps (or chips, as Americans call them). So to me that's like calling a bag of pretzels or some such savoury treat a breakfast food. Sure people with busy lives might eat them in lieu of breakfast, but that doesn't make them an actual meal.

    Agreed. Donuts/doughnuts/whatever are for morning tea... eating them for breakfast is for people who like to expand arses instead of minds.

    No fucking censorship. Ever.
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    #28
    (12-28-2011, 05:08 PM)heslopian Wrote:  OopsBlush One's deleted now.

    +2 for cleaning up the thread

    Wildcard is awesome.
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    #29
    Donuts are an anytime food to me. Of course, NO cold ones....absolutely not! Gotta be warmed up and preferably eaten with a friend who doesn't mind the stickiness. lol. Big Grin

    Bunnies are better
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    #30
    I take more fruits and protein based foods in my breakfast to get a healthy breakfast.
    My routine breakfast contains apple, fresh orange juice, milk, yogurt, eggs omelet, and cheese.
    I think it's a healthy and good one choice for the healthy breakfast.
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