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doughnuts
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doughnuts
nooooo, its donuts
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nooooo, its donuts
nopeeeeeee
they're made of dough not do
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As a proud non-american, it is 100% guaranteed Doughnuts.
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As a proud non-american, it is 100% guaranteed Doughnuts.
as a proud english girl, i can 100% guarentee its donuts
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both please
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Doughnuts
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Doughnuts 🍩
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as a proud english girl, i can 100% guarentee its donuts
I always thought that Doughnuts were made out of Dough?
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I always thought that Doughnuts were made out of Dough?
but then sandwiches are made out of sand
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It's doughnut if you're British
And donut if you're American

Therefore doughnut is the correct term as people from England invented the English language and in England you're supposed to say doughnut
There problem solved in my opinion
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but then sandwiches are made out of sand
Wait, are they not? Has the sandwich industry been lying to me this entire time?
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nopeeeeeee
they're made of dough not do
by that logic, they are also nutty.
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It's doughnut if you're British
And donut if you're American

Therefore doughnut is the correct term as people from England invented the English language and in England you're supposed to say doughnut
There problem solved in my opinion
Well done.


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Did everyone mention doughnuts?

I’m going to go out of supply at this rate! 😭
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Ask a police officer they eat lots of Doughnuts lol
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Ask a police officer they eat lots of Doughnuts lol
you mean they eat a lot of donuts
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It's obviously dognuts
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