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1.
Coffee that tastes like coffee. Doesn't tastes like hazelnut, vanilla, pumpkin spice or whatever. Coffee like it was meant to be.
From Denis Leary's Lock and Load:

Been in Dunkin' Donuts lately? The last bastion of coffee flavored coffee? It's gone. Forget about it. You walk in there now, there's people wearing berets, they're writing poetry on computers, there's a kid behind the counter: "Would you like a coffee kuhlata?"

Fuck no! www.blowme.com! Coffee Kuhlata -- what the hell is that all about? Man, when I was a kid, Dunkin Donuts had two things -- coffee, and donuts, and that WAS IT! You took the donut, you dunked it in the cofee, thus the fuckin title of the place! Duuuuuuuuuukin DONUTS!

That's all the had, donuts and coffee, nothing else, no ice, no napkins, no soda, no salt, no pepper, no parfait, no crousants, NOTHING! You walk in there now, there's soup flying around, people are eating finger sandwiches... They got donuts on display in a case, like relics from a former era, you know. 'Here's what we used to serve. We used to fry 'em up and sell them by the dozen, back in the 70's.'
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? August 10, 2008
 
2.
Coffee that tastes like coffee. Doesn't tastes like hazelnut, vanilla, pumpkin spice or whatever. Coffee like it was meant to be.
From Denis Leary's Lock and Load:

Been in Dunkin' Donuts lately? The last bastion of coffee flavored coffee? It's gone. Forget about it. You walk in there now, there's people wearing berets, they're writing poetry on computers, there's a kid behind the counter: "Would you like a coffee kuhlata?"

Fuck no! www.blowme.com! Coffee Kuhlata -- what the hell is that all about? Man, when I was a kid, Dunkin Donuts had two things -- coffee, and donuts, and that WAS IT! You took the donut, you dunked it in the cofee, thus the fuckin title of the place! Duuuuuuuuuukin DONUTS!

That's all the had, donuts and coffee, nothing else, no ice, no napkins, no soda, no salt, no pepper, no parfait, no crousants, NOTHING! You walk in there now, there's soup flying around, people are eating finger sandwiches... They got donuts on display in a case, like relics from a former era, you know. 'Here's what we used to serve. We used to fry 'em up and sell them by the dozen, back in the 70's.'
by YouDon'tKnowWhoIAm? September 26, 2008