Monday, November 24, 2008

What is the proper term: munchkins or donut holes?

15 comments:

Aimee said...

munchkins

Leslie said...

munchkins

Rob said...

donut holes

munchkins is like calling all frozen pizza tombstone thin crust supreme...

andrew said...

Munchkins! duh

K8 said...

munchkins. god i love you dunkin' donuts.

beenu said...

munchkins!

i consider donut holes generic munchkins.

Mike said...

donut holes

Cate said...

donut holes.

John said...

Never in my life have I ever heard that a donut hole could be called a munchkin until I saw this QOTD. I googled it just to see if you are making it up. You aren't.

SngngMSW said...

Um, hello, TOTALLY munchkins. Dunkin' Donuts, baby!

I also feel the need to answer Friday's QOTD since our internet was down and since it was my idea -

There can NEVER be too much garlic.

Dan said...

donut holes. munchkin is vaguely cannibalistic.

tamika said...

munchkins rule.

Beth D said...

This is the first time I've heard "munchkin" used in this context, so, donut hole.

Karen said...

i have to go with donut holes. munchkins are, of course, the epitome of all a donut hole should be. however, calling all donut holes munchkins is akin to calling all pop "coke", like many crazy georgians do. it's both in accurate and an insult to the better varieties in the bunch.

evan i hate england lloyd said...

i am culturally adrift. I miss america.