- n. Plural form of doughnut.
“If your taste in doughnuts is as good as your taste in literature, I have no fears!”
““Pebble Beach!” he said, in the same tone of voice Homer Simpson reserved for the word doughnuts.”
“Lotus Chaat: My server wanted me to have what she called doughnuts for lunch, and I wasn't arguing.”
“I could tell one of them felt sorry for me - I had no clothes, was living on doughnuts from the doughnut place next door, I managed to find a tin-opener and lived on beans for a week.”
“Except I think that they call doughnuts Persians, not Syrians, at least in Bettendorf, Iowa.”
“REPORTER: But what's the hole story behind the name doughnuts?”
“She's not been called "Mean Christine" for no reason: her facials are rigorous rather than soothing and may include the meticulous and time-consuming lancing of what she affectionately refers to as "doughnuts" - those sebaceous bumps under the skin that give it a regrettably bumpy appearance but are rarely bothered with by more massage-happy hands.”
“Guv - Careful Debbie may be reading and i am a Tea & Cream Cake old fart on November 12, 2007 at 9: 52 pm | Reply notellin although a side order of doughnuts is never to be sniffed at. on November 13, 2007 at 12: 17 am | Reply Cotlake”
“I had to take in doughnuts the day of the win so that my Red Sox fan-friends would plug their pieholes with dough and I wouldn’t have to hear them chortle.”
““I just wanted to tell you that the doughnuts were a huge hit today!””
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