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Old 12-29-06, 10:17 PM   #1
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Cinnabon

My brother and his girlfriend went to the Mall of America on the 27th and 28th, and he bought me a box of Cinnabons as a late Christmas present. My family knows how obsessed I am with Cinnabons. They are the greatest food EVER! I try to make a pilgrimage to a Cinnabon every year if I can. They are like an orgasm in my mouth whenever I eat them. Well, maybe not. But yeah...Who else likes Cinnabons?!

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Oh, my. Orgasmic. <dreamy look> Then, again, I still like "Hot and Fresh" Krispy Kreme donuts, too.

Wooooo, the smell!
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Old 12-29-06, 10:31 PM   #3
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That box of Cinnabons is equaled only a 200 miler....on hills!!!!
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Krispy kreme are disgusting. It was like a fad in daly city, and now I can't bear another one of those nasty air puff donuts.

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WTF? only once a year?

There's not one in a mall near you?
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Old 12-29-06, 10:35 PM   #6
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WTF? only once a year?

There's not one in a mall near you?
No, closest one that I know of is in Mall of America, about 5 hours away. I don't think I'd want to eat them more than once a year. They are a privilege. They just wouldn't be as special if I ate them all the time.
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OMG...CARB ALERT CARB ALERT!!!!!

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Krispy kreme are disgusting. It was like a fad in daly city, and now I can't bear another one of those nasty air puff donuts.

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OMG...CARB ALERT CARB ALERT!!!!!

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"My Favortite Martian"

You, R-dad, just dated yourself. Duh. So did I!
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"My Favortite Martian"

You, R-dad, just dated yourself. Duh. So did I!
LOL, noooooo try "Lost in Space"!
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They aint what they used to be. Actually they suck compared to when they first came out years ago!

The other night I stopped at an AM/PM to get gas after work. It was about 1:45 am and the lady in the back pulled out a batch of freshly baked cinna rolls. For 75 cents, I enjoyed them much more than a cinnabon!
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LOL, noooooo try "Lost in Space"!
Frak, they were all tin-foil Martians....
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Frak, they were all tin-foil Martians....
You're too young!!! You probably don't even remember Star Trek The Next Generation!
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They are like an orgasm in my mouth whenever I eat them. Well, maybe not. But yeah...Who else likes Cinnabons?!
I DID, but since you put it that way.... "I'll take mine without icing, please."
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Old 12-30-06, 12:46 AM   #15
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I DID, but since you put it that way.... "I'll take mine without icing, please."
Mmmmm, yeah...my secret ingredient.

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There ain't no pecans on that thing. It's no good w/o the pecans. Give it to me and I'll dispose of it for you.
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There ain't no pecans on that thing. It's no good w/o the pecans. Give it to me and I'll dispose of it for you.
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Jim Gaffigan (comedian) has a good bit about Cinnabon.

"Is it a Cinnamon roll or a beanbag chair? Do I sit on it or eat it?"

"I saw a Cinnabon at an airport and thought, hey what better to have to eat on a flight than 8 pounds of cake?"
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I like Cinabons and Krispy Kreme...that is probably why I look like the Pillsbury Doughboy and if you don't buy the KK's in NC they aren't right. I was in Rochester, NY a while back and they were having a grand opening of a KK right across the street from the motel...complete with free samples, sorry they aren't the same as the ones I get at my local KK here in NC. I only get a Cinabon maybe once or twice a year when I get an early flight in, (usually I am the guy stuck in the airport after the bars close )

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Yes, they are quite tastey. Not to mention addicting. I swear they mix cocaine into the frosting.
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Krispy kreme are disgusting. It was like a fad in daly city, and now I can't bear another one of those nasty air puff donuts.

Rolling pin for the win.
Pheard, have you ever had them fresh and hot or out of a box? Krispy Kremes are da BOMB! (I lived down in Chattanooga for 15 years and got hooked on fresh, hit KK's there!)
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Cinnabons are truly the devile's work, as in frew-its of the de-veel.... DEADLY and ADDICTIVE. How could anyone not love a cinnamon bun the size of your head drenched in sugary syrup?

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Krispy kreme are disgusting.
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All this talk about Cinnabons and donuts sent me here http://www.lamars.com/ for breakfast. Youz guyz are a bad influence!
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i have a cinnabon at my mall. if i wanted i could bike over there in 5 minutes. too bad it's so expensive.
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These are good for a quick fix.


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