Donut Land, at evening

Donut Land is a small establishment located on the First Island of Paper Thin City. It is a business that sells donuts and coffee, and is open from morning to afternoon. It is located right next to the Police Station, referencing the stereotype that police officers enjoy eating donuts and drinking coffee. Donut Land is an obvious play on Dunkin' Donuts.


Donut - $7

Restores 10 health, donut? Mmm... donut.

Coffee - $4

Restores 5 health. Beats office coffee any Monday of the week.


Duncan - The owner of Donut Land. He may be related to Giovanni, as they both have the same Italian accent. His name is a pun on Dunkin of Dunkin' Donuts. Implied by Lizzy that he's in an affair with her.

Blackjack Dealer - A croupier from the Casino.

Stock Character: Cop - A cop here for his donuts and coffee.

Homeless Harold - An unlucky stickman that can be found behind Donut Land. He mutters nonsense if spoken to.


Blackjack Dealer

"Most of my coworkers go to Stickbucks in the morning. I can't stand that place."


"What you want? You want coffee? Donut? What you want? You want coffee, good coffee I make for you. What you want?"

Stock Character: Cop

"A couple dozen should do it."

"Working hard, or hardly working?"

Homeless Harold

"Soon...the hunter shall become the hunted. Oh yes, I'll get you...Long John...IF THAT'S EVEN YOUR REAL NAME."

"Bear Claws, Fritters, Glazed and Sprinkled...omnomnomnom...*drooling uncontrollably*"

"It's only a matter of time until those sweet, creamy cullers roll out the back door and into my mouth."

"Hurry up! Could there be any Culler?"

"Maybe I should head to Boston. That's where the real donut scene is..."


  • If you use the Time Traveler cheat, and you go to nighttime, the Blackjack Dealer or Cop is sometimes there while Duncan is never there.
  • The Blackjack Dealer is always there, regardless of the time.
  • Homeless Harold mentions that someone calls themselves Long John. However, no one else in the game mentions this name.
    • This is most likely a side effect of his mental condition.