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Desc:wait, what does that say...?
Category:News & Politics, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:doughnut, krispy kreme, local news, the pitfalls of using google images
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Come on now, who hasn't done that for a donut?
Prickly Pete
Prickly Pete
Oh holy shit, I Googled it to find out what it really said, and it reaaaaaaaaaally said that. +10000000000
Caminante Nocturno
Probably because there's a donut on it.
Dinkin Flicka
Get on yo knees and smile like a doughnut.
In fairness, they really are that good.
This is what happens when your graphics department uses Google Images to source shit. There are ENTIRE WEBSITES dedicated to hosting hi-res images of corporate logos, but noooo. You had to go get your Krispy Kreme image off some fucking high school kid's Myspace page.

Nice going.
Lauritz Melchior
Let's all thank their graphics department.


This is what you get when you have cruelly treated unpaid interns working 14 hours a day and sending photoshopped images of shit to each other to take the pressure off.

I am speaking as a former barely-paid NBC intern who had to do image research and rights acquisition for broadcasts.

Interesting. Krispy Kreme tried to expand here in Canada and failed miserably.

There must be a connection.
I hoped this was about the other Krispy Kreme.
This is good too, though.

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