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New Dunkin donuts being built near me

Posted by poaky1 6 Pa (My Page) on
Tue, May 27, 14 at 23:20

As the post says they are building a new DD near me. I had trouble getting UCG from the Yum Yum Donuts near me, the owner is a creep. the workers saved me some, and the day the boss/owner was there he acted like he may want them or some crap. I hope he doesn't buy that store. No real question here, just sharing my wishful thinking.


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RE: New Dunkin donuts being built near me

Here's hoping some good compost karma comes your way!


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RE: New Dunkin donuts being built near me

Thank you much Tox.


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RE: New Dunkin donuts being built near me

What do you get from the DD that's so prized? I have several nearby.


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RE: New Dunkin donuts being built near me

fmart322 What do you get from the DD that's so prized? I have several nearby.

Answer: Used Coffee Grounds

They are wonderful for the compost pile.


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RE: New Dunkin donuts being built near me

As tn-gardening has said "used coffee grounds". It is great organic matter for compost. I am hoping the same guy that owns and runs the "Yum yum donuts' A MILE AND A HALF AWAY FROM THIS " NEW Dunkin Donut's', Doesn't own this Dunkin Donut's.


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RE: New Dunkin donuts being built near me

My local DD do not save UCG, they just dump them in the trash with other waste. Starbucks packages theirs up, ready for pick up but there is not one very close to me. I do stop in once in a while when I'm near one. Worms love UCG.

Poaky1, I hope that you have good luck with your new DD.

Good Gardening, Mary


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