Let's start with the obvious: are the donuts good? Sometimes, but even then, it's nothing to get excited about. What's not so obvious are the strange business practices of the owner. He does not live locally, but monitors the business remotely. He is of the opinion that Donut Madness is the steakhouse of donut shops. I assure you that it is not. For one, a steakhouse would have no problem with a customer who came in and ordered only one steak. The owner of donut madness rolls his eyes and makes a jacking off gesture when referring to customers who only buy one donut at a time or only want plain Jane donuts. Custom orders require a minimum of the 5 dozen donuts to be ordered. So if you have a favorite, but don't want 5 dozen if it, better pray to (insert deity here) that (1) they haven't sold out by the time you get there, (2) they're open that day, because with only 1 part-time baker on the overnight shift and 1 cashier on staff, there are no backup plans, and (3) that they even made that donut that day. But then, even if the odds are ever in your favor, if you come into the shop to purchase this donut, the cashier is forbidden from selling it to you if it is even remotely misshapen or just not perfectly round, regardless of how good it tastes or how badly you want it. So overall, 2 stars because the donuts are edible and for me it's hard to find any donut shop that sells a bavarian cream donut without chocolate on it.
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The donut display case that looks like a coffin catches your attention first. I wasn't sure if this is just for Halloween or normal. Turns out the theme is horror movies and the donuts have appropriate names like S'Mores Stalker and Rocky Roadkill. It reminds me of Voodoo Donuts in Portland. In spite of the strange names and toppings they taste great.