larry

Little Falls, NY

#23 Aug 4, 2012
Thats no way to live. Thats risky and on the borderline of disaster. Just sayin
Smooth Gertrude

Rome, NY

#24 Aug 4, 2012
dippin' will close! it can't beat out dunkin'
coffee2

United States

#25 Aug 6, 2012
There all a bunch of idiots working at both locations. They always screw up orders. Its no wonder why they work there. Nothing but a bunch of young girls who are single moms working there. Typical trash!
hank hill

Brooklyn, NY

#26 Aug 6, 2012
coffee2 wrote:
There all a bunch of idiots working at both locations. They always screw up orders. Its no wonder why they work there. Nothing but a bunch of young girls who are single moms working there. Typical trash!
I guess youd rather see them all sitting home on welfare rather than try to spare the tax burdens to us tax payers? Ill let em know they should be collecting welfare rather than trying to earn a paycheck. Im sure theyd be happy to quit and not have to listen to youre bitching and complaining anymore.
DAB

New York, NY

#27 Aug 6, 2012
Coffee is not cheap to make you know now much electic cost to deliver it twice the cost of supply nobody is making money but National Grid
Smarty

Hollywood, FL

#28 Aug 6, 2012
People that have money have it because they are careful about how they spend it. How much debt are you in?! Every dollar adds up.
larry wrote:
Ill still buy it maybe 3 times a day might go to dippin and buy some from there too. U guys must be on a pretty tight budget to complain about a dollar or two. If u cant afford that your income to debt ratio is way off and u need to consider finding extra employment.
larry

Rome, NY

#29 Aug 6, 2012
Smarty wrote:
People that have money have it because they are careful about how they spend it. How much debt are you in?! Every dollar adds up.
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other than my house i own and normal utility bills no debt at all and a stacked up bank account and more money coming in than going out all together but i worked for every penny and ill continue to do so and not have to worry about small things like coffee it adds up but i enjoy it so i buy it
DunkinLover

Watertown, NY

#30 Aug 6, 2012
i agree with smarty an extra $1 or 2 a day is $350 -$700 a year and if everyone is doing that then it does make a difference in your wallet and in Dunkin's think about it....
larry wrote:
<quoted text>other than my house i own and normal utility bills no debt at all and a stacked up bank account and more money coming in than going out all together but i worked for every penny and ill continue to do so and not have to worry about small things like coffee it adds up but i enjoy it so i buy it
coffee2

Boston, MA

#31 Aug 7, 2012
Well if they payed attn. to customers orders they wouldn't hear any bitching or complaining. A mistake hear ot there is understandable but numerous times is unacceptable.
al bundy

Rome, NY

#32 Aug 7, 2012
hank hill wrote:
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I guess youd rather see them all sitting home on welfare rather than try to spare the tax burdens to us tax payers? Ill let em know they should be collecting welfare rather than trying to earn a paycheck. Im sure theyd be happy to quit and not have to listen to youre bitching and complaining anymore.
Do you actually think those single mothers are making it on a dunkin or dippin donuts paycheck?You can bet they receive public assistance too.It's minimum wage!What they make in a week,I put in my truck for gas.
coffee2

Boston, MA

#33 Aug 7, 2012
Exactly there still receiving some kind of assistance.
larry

Rome, NY

#34 Aug 7, 2012
DunkinLover wrote:
i agree with smarty an extra $1 or 2 a day is $350 -$700 a year and if everyone is doing that then it does make a difference in your wallet and in Dunkin's think about it....
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well i guess if you guys are that stressed about money u have a point with the savings. Also realize that the dollar coffee was for a reason and that was an arguement that took place between dippin and dunkin because of a territory issue. So the price was only dropped for just over a year. Were you compaining before? So dunkin actually did you a favor by giving u a cheaper budget for your coffee for that time period. Its still cheaper there than any dunkin out of rome. I say buy it from and support the few business we have.
lol

New York, NY

#35 Aug 7, 2012
I say, hit up McDonalds until they raise their prices. Maybe all these idiots will do this, and we'll all get $1 coffee for the next few years...BK is up next year....
Roman

Dover, DE

#36 Aug 7, 2012
I say STOP THE WHINNING! Get over IT! if you can't afford a $1.50 for coffe DON"T DRINK IT!
DunkinLover

Watertown, NY

#37 Aug 7, 2012
Yes I will agree with you on two points. The $1 coffee was great and yes they are cheaper than anywhere outside of Rome even without the promotion. I have hit everyone from Buffalo to Albany and places in between (along with other states). No it's not worth whining about but it was a really sweat deal and did save a lot of people some daily cash and I think they drew in more customers because of it and I personally went more often. When the orders aren't messed up it is by far the best coffee in Rome.
larry wrote:
<quoted text>well i guess if you guys are that stressed about money u have a point with the savings. Also realize that the dollar coffee was for a reason and that was an arguement that took place between dippin and dunkin because of a territory issue. So the price was only dropped for just over a year. Were you compaining before? So dunkin actually did you a favor by giving u a cheaper budget for your coffee for that time period. Its still cheaper there than any dunkin out of rome. I say buy it from and support the few business we have.
BigDaddy

Brooklyn, NY

#38 Aug 8, 2012
Place Is dead lately, should drop back to a dollar soon...
lol

New York, NY

#39 Aug 8, 2012
Roman wrote:
I say STOP THE WHINNING! Get over IT! if you can't afford a $1.50 for coffe DON"T DRINK IT!
Actually fool its $2.00 for a large...also, have you ever thought its not about what you have access too. If EVERYONE kept saying, oh its only an extra this or that to every purchase, there would be even more poor people. A little fiscal responsibility is a GOOD THING moron!!
hank hill

Boonville, NY

#40 Aug 8, 2012
al bundy wrote:
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Do you actually think those single mothers are making it on a dunkin or dippin donuts paycheck?You can bet they receive public assistance too.It's minimum wage!What they make in a week,I put in my truck for gas.
no I dont think theyre raising their kids on min wage, but the fact that they're making an attempt makes it less of a burden on the taxpayers. Theyre not completely taking advantage of the system.
Lmao

Smithfield, RI

#41 May 16, 2013
I would like to know where they found that newest girl Nicole. Slow as f. Can't keep up with anyone. It's Dunkin, it doesn't take much of a brain to work there.
ldonna m

Rome, NY

#42 May 17, 2013
Lmao wrote:
I would like to know where they found that newest girl Nicole. Slow as f. Can't keep up with anyone. It's Dunkin, it doesn't take much of a brain to work there.
Good point! Last I heard, jess pollard was working there. They obviously do not drug test either!

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