Happy Doughnut Day, Y’all

Happy National Doughnut Day, y’all. National Doughnut Day has been celebrated in the United States of America for over 75 years, falling on the first Friday of June. The original Doughnut Day event was created by The Salvation Army in 1938 to honor the men and women who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. “A doughnut a day keeps hunger away!”



“Donut” just rubs this chick the wrong way; but truth be told, it’s more important to eat it than spell it, so whether you’re dinin’ on donuts or doughnuts,  ENJOY!


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