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concerned parent

United States

#1 Nov 12, 2012
I took my kids there for breakfast this morning b4 school, i WOULD recomend if you havent been there yet, GO. They were very kind. Also the food was GR8. We had a verity and everyone was happy.
small town

United States

#2 Nov 12, 2012
So unhealthy.
concerned parent

United States

#3 Nov 12, 2012
We didnt have the donuts they have pigs in blanket,crossants with eggs, susage,chz. we did however get free donuts. oj and milk to drink. nothin unhealthy about. sir/ma'am negative. Id sayit was way healthier than cold cereal. ty
no offense

Branson, MO

#6 Nov 13, 2012
concerned parent wrote:
We didnt have the donuts they have pigs in blanket,crossants with eggs, susage,chz. we did however get free donuts. oj and milk to drink. nothin unhealthy about. sir/ma'am negative. Id sayit was way healthier than cold cereal. ty
The only two healthy things you mentioned are eggs and milk. And at least cold cereal wouls have around 240 cals and under 7g of fat, assuming you had milk on it. And it would still be lower in sugar. I love donuts too, but educate yourself on what is healthy. Even the juice has more sugar than cereal. Jeez.
coco

Ozark, MO

#7 Nov 13, 2012
you don't have to eat there every day. Just enjoy life once in awhile! Plus it may become a place for older folks to meet up. I wish the owners well!
Juan Valdez

Sparta, MO

#9 Nov 13, 2012
no offense wrote:
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The only two healthy things you mentioned are eggs and milk. And at least cold cereal wouls have around 240 cals and under 7g of fat, assuming you had milk on it. And it would still be lower in sugar. I love donuts too, but educate yourself on what is healthy. Even the juice has more sugar than cereal. Jeez.
I eat the healthiest of foods. I watch calories, fat, eat a lot of green vegtables, whole grains and so on but I'm still fighting a losing battle with life. I think I'll stop by there and have a doughnut.
Mams

United States

#10 Nov 13, 2012
Juan Valdez wrote:
<quoted text>I eat the healthiest of foods. I watch calories, fat, eat a lot of green vegtables, whole grains and so on but I'm still fighting a losing battle with life. I think I'll stop by there and have a doughnut.
I will join you!
concerned parent

United States

#12 Nov 14, 2012
Melanie wrote:
<quoted text> Your spelling, it's croissant and sausage. Also it's nothing not nothin, and it's I'd not Id. You really need to watch your spelling or your kids won't learn to spell correctly either.
Gee thanks so much for the corrections. I would like to let you know i am posting from a cell phone. Also my children are grown they all have always made "A's" while they were in school. I only have one still in school.(a jr in wphs) also all A's. He had Friends eating out with us. i was just trying to let ppl know what we felt was a gr8 place to eat if your in a hurry
concerned parent

United States

#13 Nov 14, 2012
no offense wrote:
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The only two healthy things you mentioned are eggs and milk. And at least cold cereal wouls have around 240 cals and under 7g of fat, assuming you had milk on it. And it would still be lower in sugar. I love donuts too, but educate yourself on what is healthy. Even the juice has more sugar than cereal. Jeez.
sausage is high in protein also a healthy food and yes they had milk and juice as well. unless you are their dr. u wouldnt know what is healthy for a active child such as mine but tyvm for your concern. No sugary cereal is not healther. "jeez". Since there is little protein in it they would be hyped up then bottum out and be tired for the rest of the day
concerned parent

United States

#14 Nov 14, 2012
geez wrote:
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Quit being so hateful. She is obviously using a phone which limits the amount of text you can write.
There also isn't anything wrong with giving your child or yourself a treat every once in awhile. If everyone is so worried about eating healthy foods only then I suggest you don't eat anything on Thanksgiving because none of it is good for you.
thank you
donut hole

Hartville, MO

#15 Nov 14, 2012
I'm sure they are very nice people, and I will do help support them, but you had better enjoy in the case it doesn't last. They opened at a really good time of winter and holidays for a donut place, which will give appearances of it thriving past the initial interest of curiousity. But a new business can expect their bills do eat into their cash reserves and cash flow within 6 months, about when hot summer weather arrives and people no longer crave donutes. Then everyone will go back to McDonalds for 99 cent McMuffins and pick up donuts at Walmart, Casey's, or the grocery store. Selling enough donuts to pay hired help, a construction and business loan, overhead, utilities, taxes. I don't think so, not in the franchise chain america.
concerned parent

United States

#16 Nov 14, 2012
Your right donut hole. they are kinda high on their stuff. most small businesses dont do well for very long around here.

Since: May 12

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#18 Nov 15, 2012
concerned parent wrote:
Your right donut hole. they are kinda high on their stuff. most small businesses dont do well for very long around here.
Yep ur right

Since: Jan 10

United States

#19 Nov 15, 2012
got coupon from yesterdays paper, going get a half doz. donut free :->
Just Saying

West Plains, MO

#20 Nov 15, 2012
donut hole wrote:
I'm sure they are very nice people, and I will do help support them, but you had better enjoy in the case it doesn't last. They opened at a really good time of winter and holidays for a donut place, which will give appearances of it thriving past the initial interest of curiousity. But a new business can expect their bills do eat into their cash reserves and cash flow within 6 months, about when hot summer weather arrives and people no longer crave donutes. Then everyone will go back to McDonalds for 99 cent McMuffins and pick up donuts at Walmart, Casey's, or the grocery store. Selling enough donuts to pay hired help, a construction and business loan, overhead, utilities, taxes. I don't think so, not in the franchise chain america.
Krispy Kreme seems to do well all year
Token Black

Ava, MO

#24 Nov 16, 2012
Them donuts be good!
Bobo

United States

#26 Nov 19, 2012
Who owes it?
Hugh

Kansas City, MO

#27 Nov 20, 2012
Just like to point out The Donut Palace is a chain store. Google it. They have tons of locations opened all over the US.
billy

Olathe, KS

#28 Nov 21, 2012
apparently they have already went out of business. they are closed today with no sign up......
Jerry Seinsmeld

Kimberling City, MO

#29 Nov 21, 2012
billy wrote:
apparently they have already went out of business. they are closed today with no sign up......
I know! I drove all the way over there and it was completely closed! Not good for business people...not good for business. I was going to buy a DOZEN! That's 12 donuts to you and me.

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