Two MIT Grad Students Are Accomplishing Their Goals One Dunkin' At A Time

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Why go to one Dunkin' when you can go to them all? That's what two graduate students from MIT thought when they made it their goal to go to every Massachusetts municipality that has a Dunkin'.

WBZ's Matt Shearer joined Jimmy and Bert on a drive to Woburn, Malden, and Revere, checking off "Dunkies" on their list as they go.

The two have visited 65 of the Dunkin's on their list, leaving just 231 to go.

"We were in one in Hopkinton the other day, there was a conference room," Jimmy said, adding it to his list of favorites.

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The dynamic duo are documenting their journey on Instagram through their account JimmyandBertDoDunkies.

Jimmy grew up in Woburn and is used to the land of Dunkin's, while Bert is from Belgium where people care more about Belgium fries than Dunkin' desserts.

"My grandfather would come here all the time and he would get scratch tickets and then come here and get hash browns," Jimmy said as the trio made their way into the gas station Dunkin' location in Woburn.

Bert is embracing the Massachusetts culture on their adventures, exploring the state and Dunkin's as they go.

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