Reader: Voodoo Doughnuts is X-rated, and X-cellent

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Fans of Voodoo Doughnuts would be very thankful if the Portland, Oregon-based chain opened an outlet here -- and recent rumors suggest one could be coming our way.

Not fast enough to satisfy Brains76, though:

We heard this rumbling last weekend when we were there GETTING MARRIED! (11/11/11 was an epic VooDoo wedding!) X rated? well yeah they have crazy names and questionable shapes but nothing worse than you would see anywhere else. The mexican chocolate is my second favorite next to the bacon maple bar. And I love me a dirty snowball!

We like em enough that we 1. Flew to Portland to get married there! 2. Brought back 2 dozen and shared!

Now that's real doughnut love. What's your favorite doughnut in Denver? Is there room for Voodoo to do that Voodoo it does so well?

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