Krispy Kremes! (Plural)
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  1. blogprophet says:

    it has been months since I have had a donut and there are DD on every corner in NJ.

    mine are french fries. Five Guys, specifically. they are my comfort food.

    my wife is the donutaholic. the day before taking the test for gestational diabetes, she wanted one last visit to DD.

  2. That Girl says:

    Strawberry milkshakes

  3. Stephanie says:

    always wanting something new…I thought I was over that ….. but Dave Rampsey has really helped me understand or work on this….but I have to admit…food is also a weakness…especially being pregnant…steph

  4. Amy says:

    Mexican food! Can’t resist it and never get tired of it!

  5. doug young says:

    A Monte Cristo from Bennigans

  6. lisa says:

    Doug, I’ve never heard anyone else say they love Monte Cristos. We don’t have a Bennigans, but I love them from Boston Beanery — or a cool little place in Solvang, CA, when I go visit my grandparents. They serve theirs with raspberry preserves. Yum! I like making them too, but I’m the only one in my family that will eat them, so it’s too much effort for one little sandwich.

    Oh yeah, back to your question, Trey – (o; – sweet food is my weakness. Chocolate, pie, cake, cookies, brownies, donuts … yum!!! I always save room for dessert. And I love breakfast that tastes like dessert. :o)

  7. Greg says:

    Guitar Center. But the very best donut (IMHO) is not found at KK, though when those puppies are hot out of the grease, they do have an amazing taste. The best is a regular glazed donut which is then coated w/ the chocolate icing!!

  8. preacherman says:

    Starbucks is my weakness.
    Having a Venti Carmel Breve Latte.

    I took our three young boys to Krispy Kreme and they had so much fun wearing the hats and watching the donuts being made. Oh, yeah and eating the hot donuts that they handed out. Yummy. It melts in your mouth. Every time we go to San Antonio we have stop at Krispy Kreme.

    I hope you have a blessed weekend brother!

  9. James says:

    To quote one of my favorite preachers, “That reminded me of a song”.

    My weakness? You probably don’t want me to start on that list. Maybe it starts with not seeing my intertest in donuts and pizza as a weakness.

  10. nick gill says:

    Barnes and Noble’s.

    When I have money, I buy books. If any money is left over, I buy food and clothes. – Erasmus


  11. Brie says:

    From a food perspective, my potato soup. I don’t make it often because you would have to move me out of the house with a crane if I did, but it involves heavy cream, two kinds of cheese (in the soup), two kinds of cheese (to go on the soup), bacon, chopped green onions, and grated celery and carrots in with the potatoes (to make you feel slightly better about the cream, cheese, and bacon). Then there’s the obligatory hot and crusty bread.

    Mmmmmmm. Soup.

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  13. Anonymous says:

    My tongue is still hanging out just over the picture of the donuts. If and when we have to go somewhere I see every donut place on the road. I rarely get one. I also love home made cookies and most all sweets. How about those D.Q. blizzards? Once when I was real sick and had lost so much weight my doctor said if I would eat blizzards go for it. He retired and never did tell me it was time to quit. gmj

  14. Jeff Foster says:

    Braum’s or Blue Bell ice cream

    Green chili beef enchiladas

    The Rocky Mountains

    Books, and more books

    Not necessarily in that order.

  15. kim says:

    remember the doughnut shop? now those were some good dough nuts!!! krispy kreme can’t hold a candle to marshal’s dough nuts :)

  16. cdj says:

    MS-Industries (aka Marble Slab Creamery)…I LOVE Rum w/Almonds!

  17. Philip Murphy says:

    Dude… that’s just wrong. I’m a gazillion miles from a Krispy Kreme or Dunkin Donuts…. and THIS is the picture I see first thing in the morning.

    There was a time in my life when I could eat a dozen Kremes without thinking twice.

  18. TREY MORGAN says:

    Sorry Philip … you come visit me and I promise we’ll sit down together and have a dozen “hot-ones” each!!!

  19. blogprophet says:

    my hometown also has a local donut place that is awesome, and it is conveniently located walking distance from Chong’s, the best chinese food in the states

  20. nick gill says:


    I forgot Coffee Heath Bar Crunch Ben and Jerry’s. WOW. My mouth just watered up thinking about it.

    And that KK picture? That’s like porn for donut-a-holics.

  21. blogprophet says:

    maybe I should have said, “rolling distance”

    Red’s Donuts and Chong’s.

  22. mmlace says:

    Oh, Trey, you are the DEVIL for making me want a donut now!

    Would you believe that there’s a Krispy Kreme not more than A MILE AND A HALF from my apartment…it’s w/in walking distance!

    Hey…maybe that’s the answer…I can have a donut whenever I want, but I have to walk there and back to get one!

    That works. That helps me want one a little bit less.

  23. Haley says:

    I’m totally a french fry person!! Though one can’t go wrong with some Krispy Kream doughnuts! Our Krispy Kreams all closed down in this area probably about a year ago, very sad but very good seeing as I live right down the street from where it once was!

  24. Lightening says:

    *sob* Can you believe I have NEVER had a Krispy Kremes donut???? I think they’re available in Australia but nowhere even close to where we live (by about 2000km).

  25. Cornelius Crew says:

    After reading the other comments, I realized I have lots of weaknesses… homemade ice cream, starbucks, homemade chocolate pie, your parent’s homemade bread ( papa bread as we call it)… i could go on and on!

  26. David Kirk says:

    Blogging and laziness are my weaknesses…

  27. WendyC says:

    Lightening, I have never had one either. And we do have them in Sydney! Nicola says they are disgusting lol

    My weakness is dark chocolate. Organic preferably.

  28. Baptist Man says:

    Oh my word…as soon as your blog came up on my screen and the KK’s were staring me in the face, my mouth started watering.

    Why did you have to do that?

  29. TREY MORGAN says:

    Lightening & Wendy – No Krispy Kreme in Australia? I think it’s time for us to mail you a care package. Only problem is I’m not sure they’d be as good 3 weeks later.

    mmlace – I can’t imagine being in walking distance to a KK! I think the Lord knows that’d be more than I can handle. :)

    Brian – Chinese and donuts. Nice combination!

    Dixie – Papa bread is good stuff!

  30. Margaret Cross says:

    you’d think after 50+ years, i’d be tired of my “gotta have ’em candy”…nope!!! plain M & M’s…still

  31. Anonymous says:

    Blue Bunny Blackberry Cobbler ice cream.

    I’ve only had it once,(I can’t find it again), but I still salivate like Pavlov’s dogs just thinking of it.

    Bet it would go well with a Krispy Kreme!


  32. JD says:

    I like too many things to list, that’s my problem. In the donut world though, there are three top contenders:

    1) Delta Cream Donuts in Cleveland MS. Locally owned… go in and hurt yourself.

    2) Krispy Kremes are hard to beat – especially when hot.

    3) Shipley Donuts are awesome. And they are available in the new town to which I have moved.

    But for today, a donut would kill me. (Read my blog if you don’t know).

  33. Wade says:

    Blue Bell & Magic Shell!

  34. Brandon Voss says:

    Internet Web Design, Can’t live with it and Can’t live without it! lol p.s. I updated cocnet.us (church of christ network america)

  35. Di says:

    Reading everyone’s comments reminded me of something I learned a long time ago. Usually our weaknesses have a flip side that is a strength.

    Example: I have a hard time keeping my mouth shut when there is a “wrong” to point out. Yet, pointing one out, if I can tame my tongue, is part of God’s calling on my life. Learning to pick my battles carefully is a concept I learned raising my two boys!

  36. Chandra says:

    OH KRISPY KREME!! That was so mean of you to put that under the “sin” topic. Ouch! Half a box in one sitting could not be considered gluttony, right, that’s just for the whole box?;)

  37. Anonymous says:

    3 dozen KK donuts shared by 4 people, 2 of them children, is just about right.

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