We’ll take muffins for our tailgating, please

I got to the nearby Dunkin’ by 8:30 a.m. Went inside because the drive-through was clogged with a half-dozen vehicles of morning hungries.

The pumpkin and chocolate chip muffins looked good for my dear wife Karen and I.

Let’s Go Orange.

They went quite well with our pre-game Kona at the tailgate.

Such is life for noon Syracuse University football games at the Carrier Dome.

6 thoughts on “We’ll take muffins for our tailgating, please

  1. As you probably know, I am obsessed with the East Coast. It is, by far, my favorite place in the world, and I dream daily about what it might be like to spend a solid year living there and exploring as much as I possibly could…that being said, I will never, ever, ever understand the fixation you all have on Dunkin Donuts. Their donuts are TERRIBLE. Hahahahaha! I have never seen so many Dunkin Donuts in my LIFE as I did the first time I visited Massachusetts- there was literally one across the street from another! I tried my first coffee/donut combo at Logan five minutes after getting off the plane…it was bad. I threw it away, but figured “hey, maybe it was because it was at the airport.” Next time I tried was my last visit, in Rockport. STILL HORRIBLE! I don’t get it! You guys have the best of everything, and you choose those flavorless sugar bombs?! Sorry, I know this is borderline blasphemy (I was schooled by a waitress one evening), but I just don’t understand it! 🙂

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    • I think it’s what you grow up with and/or get used to, Courtney? I tried Tim Horton’s when they came down from Canada, and it just wasn’t the same as my good, old Dunkin’! By the way, you can rebel. That fits in well on the East Coast for sure.

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