Saturday, December 8, 2007

Donuts

True story. I wake up in the morning and let the dog out in the backyard, five minutes, it's cold she's back in the house.

An hour later, she wants to go out again.

This time, there are two donuts in my backyard, with bites out of them.

Does this happen to other people in Hudson? Do you find food in your backyard? Randomly?

This isn't the first time for me. I often find breakfast food. Sometimes a bagel, some snacks.

Why are there donuts? Did my dog order them?

Did someone say, "Just chuck them in the backyard of that plus-sized chick, she'll eat them."

Please.

White powdered donuts?

If they were chocolate glazed, maybe.

13 comments:

aaron said...

usually it is other "white stuff" you find in your neighborhood. a while back on your block i saw that copper stringy stuff that your neighbors smoke crack with which is normally used to clean pots.

Anonymous said...

Aaron are you ON that white stuff?

aaron e. said...

no, I have bad sinuses. Although I would get a lot more accomplished if I was.

Trixie said...

One donut got up and left by itself this morning. Rats.

aaron said...

that is just fucking weird.

Anonymous said...

It's not weird. I like them hard. Donuts that is. And Trixie told us where to find them.

Anonymous said...

How Hudson... since the Zanichelli trolley bus doesn't stop at Dunkin Donuts, Dunkin Donuts comes to you, by dumping old stock in the alleys...

Anonymous said...

"That plus-sized chick..."

Hey Trixie, what's your REAL Hudson north-of-Warren reputation?

Anonymous said...

Trixie honey, did you ever stop to think that gay-dog-cookie was trying to give you a hint?

Anonymous said...

Are you SURE those are donuts and not some sort of City of Hudson Rodent Control?

Anonymous said...

Krispy Kreme. Starbucks. Chipotle. Red Lobster. Applebee's. How come Hudson has no good restaurants?

Anonymous said...

Trixie - who the fuck do you think your kidding? You fucked the wholes into these bagels and threw them out like you do those young boys you have used and kicked to the curg!

Anonymous said...

You know, don't you, that one of Mussmann's favorite sayings is GREENPORT IS THE DONUT, HUDSON IS THE HOLE.

Yuck.