Can be used as a floatation device

Can be used as a floatation device

posted on 28 Aug 2010 in Snacks

Think of it as a doughnut…

Photo courtesy of M.S.
Found in Japan.

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Sam
Sam
10 years ago

“Doughnuts! Is there anything they can’t do?” – Homer Simpson

Algernon
Algernon
10 years ago

Looks more like a star to me

beechoak
beechoak
10 years ago

“Hey, kids! What time is it?”

“IT’S HOWDY DOUGHNUT TIME!”

Eduard
Eduard
10 years ago

What’s that writing on the back? The other half of the instruction manual?

Kitsune
Kitsune
10 years ago

Really I thought it was an edible throwing star..

Ich
Ich
10 years ago

I wonder if they taste like donuts…

DrLex
10 years ago

At tea time, you’re free to enjoy it as a muffin.

pauloo
pauloo
10 years ago

“Doughnut to you, crumpet to someone else (at tea time).”

Classic Steve
10 years ago

It’s both a floor wax and a dessert topping!

Ralph Hamilton
Ralph Hamilton
10 years ago

I’ve got the nuts, if you have the dough.

Ralph Hamilton
Ralph Hamilton
10 years ago

Doughnuts? That must hurt. I had a “tennis elbow” once and that was agony.

Ralph Hamilton
Ralph Hamilton
10 years ago

The latest taste sensation – iced polyurethane foam donuts.

FatKenney
FatKenney
10 years ago

Just keep telling yourself it’s a doughnut.

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
10 years ago

Step 2: Dip the doughnut in a cup of hot water.

Step 3: Now the teatime begins.

Terri
Terri
10 years ago

I don’t comprehend this one. It looks like a star-shaped doughnut to me.

phoenixx
phoenixx
10 years ago

is it eatable??? or is it for looks?

Snufkin
Snufkin
10 years ago

Please enjoyest thou this as a doughnut or at teatime. Not as a cake, nor at midnight. As a doughnut thou shalt eat it, and the time of the eating shall be teatime. At supper shalt though not eat it, nor shalt thou eat it at lunch, accepting that thou then proceed to teatime. Dessert is RIGHT OUT. Once teatime, being the time during which you drink tea, be reached, then eatest thou the doughnut whilst dipping it into a cup of coffee, which not being decaf, shall be a delicious combination…

faulty wiring
faulty wiring
10 years ago

‘Have you got any of those Paul nuts left?’

‘No, we’ve sold both of those. How about these? Doug H had them off because he was sick of the star-shape getting caught in his fly. We applied the icing and sprinkles for effect’

‘It’s a deal!’

faulty wiring
faulty wiring
10 years ago

A ninja star from gingerbread town

Chris
Chris
10 years ago

Hey-is that a doughnut?

Dan
Dan
10 years ago

At least we know how to spell doughnut…

Carlos
Carlos
10 years ago

Apparently, this doughnut magically transforms into a different variety of pastry during the short span of tea time. Can we use the same techniques to make the tea transform into espresso?

Spoo
Spoo
10 years ago

Really the most important thing to remember is that it should NOT be enjoyed as a doughnut AND at tea-time. All hell would break loose.

Mr. Briggs
Mr. Briggs
10 years ago

So, at tea time, this doughnut’s not a doughnut?

Saf
Saf
10 years ago

Important Safety Tip: Do not enjoy it as a doughnut at tea-time.

not me
not me
9 years ago

When is a doughnut not a doughnut?

igiboydeguzman
igiboydeguzman
9 years ago

Up next: MUFFIN

“Please enjoy this as a muffin or at breakfast.”

Joyce
Joyce
9 years ago

But I wanted to enjoy it as a do-nut.

Gerson
Gerson
9 years ago

Its gonna be tough enjoying this doughnut as a doughnut… but ill try…

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