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Has Dunkin Donuts made it to the west coast yet? Anyway, for those unfamiliar with D&D, this won't be funny, but I may actually consider getting this as a bumper sticker (JJStahl, are you listening?).

I'm usually not a bumper sticker fan, but this one is clever enough. Only problem is that I hate D&D...their coffee tastes like dirty bong water after a frat party! Also, don't tanks run on jet fuel now?

**EDIT-I realize I spelled Diesel wrong on the title, just can't edit that now.
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Old June 1st, 2012, 09:47 AM
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nice.

the First DD was opened in Mass. so I guess the people up there are used to dirty bong water.
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Old June 1st, 2012, 09:55 AM
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my question is how do you know what dirty bong water tastes like Aynsley ?
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Old June 1st, 2012, 09:58 AM
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DD French Vanilla is my daily vice, despite having "French" in it's name. That's a great bumper sticker.

And yes, as an Armor officer myself, I can say that all military diesel vehicles, to include M1 tanks run on JP8 now. They can all still run diesel, but military just wanted to standardize logistics to include Army aviation. Us tankers miss diesel. we can't use smoke generators with JP8.
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Old June 1st, 2012, 10:03 AM
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Honey Dew is wayyyy better. Admittedly though my shop is 20 yrds from a DD,, can't get away from it, plus I'm too lazy to drive anywhere for coffee, its hard to be my home brew though. Neat idea for bumper sticker.

Side note.... my grandmother was a diesel tank mechanic at the Watervliet Arsenal in NY back in WWII, while my grandfather was in Germany.
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Old June 1st, 2012, 11:41 AM
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Funny Doug! No, I've never inhaled, or injested bong water. I just image it tastes pretty shitty.
Actually as an aside my buddy who lived in the UK said that the real reason Prince William's nickname was "Wombat" is because a "Wombat" is slang for a type of bong hit (at which his highness was particularly good at). Could be a rumor, maybe fact, who knows, but it's a good story anyway.

Was the first D&D in Randolph, Quincy or Brockton?....anyone?
All I know is that they are litteraly on top of eachother here in the South Shore. Not uncommon to see one across the street from another (if it's a major road).

I was a dedicated D&D customer until about 5 years ago. I became a coffee snob when my younger sister started providing me with real coffee when she worked at an independent coffee house. Since then, I never looked back. Sort of like choking down bitter wine or well vodka when you're younger and don't know any better!

Since coffee is like 98% water that can be an issue too. I remember a certain D&D on Cambridge St in Beacon Hill that was particularly bad tasting (because of the shitty water I imagine).
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That's exactly how I feel about Starbucks. I can't stand the taste. All they coffee tastes like a day after, boiled off and reduced office type coffee. I'd rather have nothing; and I love coffee.
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Funny Doug! No, I've never inhaled, or injested bong water. I just image it tastes pretty shitty.
Actually as an aside my buddy who lived in the UK said that the real reason Prince William's nickname was "Wombat" is because a "Wombat" is slang for a type of bong hit (at which his highness was particularly good at). Could be a rumor, maybe fact, who knows, but it's a good story anyway.

Was the first D&D in Randolph, Quincy or Brockton?....anyone?
All I know is that they are litteraly on top of eachother here in the South Shore. Not uncommon to see one across the street from another (if it's a major road).

I was a dedicated D&D customer until about 5 years ago. I became a coffee snob when my younger sister started providing me with real coffee when she worked at an independent coffee house. Since then, I never looked back. Sort of like choking down bitter wine or well vodka when you're younger and don't know any better!

Since coffee is like 98% water that can be an issue too. I remember a certain D&D on Cambridge St in Beacon Hill that was particularly bad tasting (because of the shitty water I imagine).
Qunicy (without even having to look it up)...

Water makes a huge difference. I have had DD all over from Florida up to Vermont... the best is in NJ and NY.... same goes for bagels and pizza* (for the same reason)


*with the exception of Chicago
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nice.

the First DD was opened in Mass. so I guess the people up there are used to dirty bong water.
Giving directions in my best Boston accent (after living there for 5 years back in the late 90s):

"You gonna go down to the Dunkin Donuts, take a left, then a right where there's this wicked retahded kid sellin' fihreworks, and it'll be right across from the Radio Shack"
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You going to make a run of these ?
Let me know how much....

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Giving directions in my best Boston accent (after living there for 5 years back in the late 90s):

"You gonna go down to the Dunkin Donuts, take a left, then a right where there's this wicked retahded kid sellin' fihreworks, and it'll be right across from the Radio Shack"
Ha! That's spot on!
Directions to anywhere in Mass include at least one D&D reference and one "packy" reference.
Brockton and Quincy may be the epicenter of poorly executed English language.
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Jay can you make the tank a 90?
Ooooohhhh....good idea.

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Ha! That's spot on!
Directions to anywhere in Mass include at least one D&D reference and one "packy" reference.
Brockton and Quincy may be the epicenter of poorly executed English language.
Five years of living in the Back Bay buddy!
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