Time to Feed the Goat-ies

Ever since visions of French crullers danced through my head the other night (they don’t exist in Italy), this has run through my mind at every goat-feeding time:

“Time to feed the goat-ies . . .”

Anyone else experience this? No? Just me?

Hmm. Maybe I just want a donut. You think I could have a French cruller Fed Ex’ed from DD?

Dunkin' Donuts

I imagine crullers and Boston creme and glazed and . . . Image courtesy of Robert Banh, Flickr, CC license

Buon weekend!

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8 Responses to “Time to Feed the Goat-ies”
  1. 08.26.2011

    That is funny! We have a song we made up for when the goats are dancing and prancing around but it is our own tune I guess. We call it the Goatie Goat dance song!

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    michelle Reply:

    Cute!

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  2. Gil
    11.14.2011

    No wonder America is in such trouble, it is running on Dunkin!!!

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    michelle Reply:

    I’d kill for a cruller though, Gil! Ha!

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    Gil Reply:

    Two guys own about 30, 40 or maybe more DD shops in the side of CT where I live and all of the donuts are made in a central bakery. I think that they are machine made as the two donuts that require a bit of hand labor are no longer available. Yes, the cruller is the one I miss the most and believe it or not the original Dunkin Donut (old fashioned cake donut with a handle to hold the donut by while you dunk it is the other missing one.

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    michelle Reply:

    Oh Gil, this beyond depresses me. I like that old-fashioned donut too. What IS the world coming to?!

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  3. 08.13.2012

    M’mmmm donuts, it’s been too long

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    michelle Reply:

    AGREED!

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