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At Dunkin' Donuts, 'coffee regular' has a limit. And that limit is New York State

from The Boston Globe

Boston commuters have their routines timed down to the minute. Most folks can tell if they'll be late to work by the length of the line at Dunkin' Donuts. That's why "coffee regular" is such a comforting phrase. For anyone who's lived here more than a week, "coffee regular" means "coffee with cream and sugar." It doesn't save you much time. It isn't jargon for something super complicated for the coffee purveyor. It's just a short, happy note of comfort during the dirge of the morning's song. It's part of the region's rhythm. It's a sign you belong here. But where is "here?" What are the geographic limits of "coffee regular?" more


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