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A Fan Club Breakfast would be cool! However A Fan Club Breakfast just would not be any fun with out some SW guests in atendance if you know what I mean.
 
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Ahh, but should we offer a Full English Breakfast or Continental style? One of the UK's (and some would argue only) our major contributions to world of cuisine is the 'Fry Up'

Suggestions please....
 

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You should offer Krispy Kreme donuts and Arabica coffee.

But seriously, an English and a Continental wouldn't be too expensive would it?

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How about a Special "The Cards Inc" Whopper meal to start the day?


Double Burger, small fries & a Coffee to get the bloood the going.


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Jeremy said:
You should offer Krispy Kreme donuts and Arabica coffee.


Jeremy sure knows his donuts

Krispy Kreme donuts are the best donuts in the world!
 

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c3ipo said:
Krispy Kreme donuts are the best donuts in the world!
Hell yeah!

Shame that a dozen assorted KK's cost nearly $20 over here, and that's before the expense of an 90 mile round trip


I don't get to have them very often.

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Jeremy said:
c3ipo said:
Krispy Kreme donuts are the best donuts in the world!
Hell yeah!

Shame that a dozen assorted KK's cost nearly $20 over here, and that's before the expense of an 90 mile round trip


I don't get to have them very often.

Jeremy
Would that be that lovely little place at Bluewater by any chance?

I have to admit, what with that place and the Millies Cookie stall mmmmmm yum yum. My waist line wouldn't agree though


-Nick
 

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No. Milton Keynes is where I go now.

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Just out of curiousity, are Krispy Kremes your only option for donuts in the UK? Because over here, in my opinion at least, they are to donuts what McDonalds is to hamburgers or Budwiser is to beer - a pale imitation. There's a local chain in my area called Maple Donuts that blows away KK.
 
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You can buy donuts pretty much everywhere in England. Bakery's, Supermarkets, local markets, cafe's

and we have pretty much every type od donut aswell
 
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That's what I figured. I guess I should have known because there are a ton of people (pun intended) over here who swear by KK as well. I just don't understand it I guess.
 

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Lee_c00per said:
You can buy donuts pretty much everywhere in England. Bakery's, Supermarkets, local markets, cafe'
Have you ever had Krispy Kreme's? To compare a KK donut to a jam-filled Tesco offering would be like comparing a Beef Wellington to a Wimpy Burger.

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Jeremy said:
Lee_c00per said:
You can buy donuts pretty much everywhere in England. Bakery's, Supermarkets, local markets, cafe'
Have you ever had Krispy Kreme's? To compare a KK donut to a jam-filled Tesco offering would be like comparing a Beef Wellington to a Wimpy Burger.

Jeremy
Hey Guys, Jeremy has come over to my house a couple of days prior to both C2 and C3 before and let me tell you this, he is the donut expert. ;-)

I've never met anyone so crazy about flippin' donuts!
 

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It's true. Jeremy loves the donut.

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Jeremy said:
Have you ever had Krispy Kreme's? To compare a KK donut to a jam-filled Tesco offering would be like comparing a Beef Wellington to a Wimpy Burger.

Jeremy
You've been talking so much about these KK's, that you got me curious... I'm a freak for sweets, ya know (plus I'm not fat!)?
 
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A fan club breakfat would be cool but i don't see them doing it as unlike CE they don't know how many Fan Club members may actually show up hense why they probably didn't have a Fan Club only day at CE like C4
 
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If they did do one, I would think about attending but I would like to see a veggie option. So I guess that means a bowl of cornflakes for me! Ah well at least I get to keep the toy that comes along with it, don't I? LOL
 
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Skylover said:
matt76 said:
If they did do one, I would think about attending but I would like to see a veggie option.
same here

but I love cornflakes so its ok lol!
Can I have the toy? If they do Coco Pops can we share the box of cornflakes? Cause anything that turns your milk brown is just wrong! LOL
 

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No, they don't have Coco Pops


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Jeremy,

How's this for a small world? Krispy Kreme originated in my home town. For about 25 years of my life, I never realized KK wasn't everywhere. In high school we used to go on late-night bike rides and stop by the 24-hour store and get hot donuts right off the production line. Pulled right from the conveyor.

Another fine export of said hometown? Camel cigarettes.


-chris
 
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