Writer: Dr Watford
Date:Friday October 17 2008
Ok we admit it. As soon as Watford boss Aidy Boothroyd has quipped that first team coach Malky Mackay had injured his knee "stretching for another doughnut at the diner table" well we just couldn`t help ourselves.
All that sugary fun, the gooey jam…oooh
So here`s VitalWatford`s Top 5 treats in the worldful world of Krispy Kreme`s finest...
1. Krispy Kreme Apple & Cinnamon filled classic.
All the taste of christmas`s past in a cake…deep fried in fat and dusted in powder. Best dipped in a foamy hot chocolate but watch that filling when dunking.
Most reminds us of…Lloyd Doyley. Always tempting right up to the festive period but then seems to go downhill and always tends to go a bit sour in the new year.
2. Tesco Value - Jam filled - bag of 10 for 99p
Great value for a classic if unspectacular doughnut. Can be a bit on the doughy side every now and then but you could eat 10 and not really notice they`ve gone until the bags empty.
Most reminds us of…John Eustace. Mr Reliable but also Mr decidedly average all at the same time expect when he`s not there and a gaping hole in our midfield appears.
3. M&S Bakers Choice - Chocolate dipped, custard filled
Smooth, rich with something a little bit different in the middle. Needs a decent cuppa to bring out it`s best flavour but can often fail to fulfil an appetite despite a high price
Most reminds us of…Jobi McAnuff. Jobi is not just any winger, he`s an overpriced £1.75m worth of winger with a little bit of the unexpected boiling under the surface.
4. Krispy Kreme - Chocolate dipped with hundreds and thousands.
Ah, those sugary multi-coloured sprinkles just bring out the kid in us whilst the sweet sweet chocolate can make a right mess of your face in the wrong hands.
Most reminds us of…John Joe O`Toole. The Irish U21 free-scoring midfielder has bagfuls of youthful exuberance but has the potential to be a nasty ol` dog fighter if the game requires it.
5. Glazed Cruller ring doughnut
This heavily sugared treat remains incredibly popular despite the absence of any tasty filling or fancy trimmings to get you all excited.
Most reminds us of…Tamas Priskin. The new kid off the Eastern block is backed to the hilt by Aidy despite only doing half a job, leaving you to wonder quite what you are missing in the centre.
Date:Friday October 17 2008
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