We'll pretend I didn't just throw away the orange I was eating because I remembered there were doughnuts in the break room.
My boss decided it would be a good idea to have bi-weekly meetings. Every other Wednesday morning, we have a meeting in which we eat a lot of doughnuts and...well, we eat a lot of doughnuts. The doughnuts vary each time. Sometimes they are from a bakery and other times they are Krispy Kreme. One time they weren't doughnuts at all. They were Costco muffins. Which would have been fine had there been any chocolate ones.
Because of this new bi-weekly, doughnut meeting policy, you could call me somewhat of a doughnut expert. (Although I still don't know when the alternate spelling 'donut' should be used. According to Google, "The dictionary-approved spelling for the ring-shaped cake made of dough and fried in fat is doughnut." Thank you Google for pointing out that a doughnut is, in fact, a ring-shaped cake fried in fat (as I take another bite of my Krispy Kreme).)
Krispy Kreme's are delicious, but hard to consume in large quantities. And that's what we all want in a doughnut, right? To be able to consume multiple in one sitting? For this purpose, I suggest chocolate doughnuts from a bakery and/or your friendly neighborhood grocer. Preferably the chocolate bars that look like maple bars but aren't maple bars. You feel me? You can eat at least two of these without wanting gag. (I just threw away the last bite of my second Krispy Kreme doughnut because the sweetness is making me dizzy.)
I just wrote about doughnuts for three paragraphs. In case you were wondering how my life is going.