Dunkin’ Donuts Fries Available Nationwide on July 2

There are two red-letter days in July, 2018, July 4 of course when we commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, and July 2 when Dunkin` Donuts fries will be available in the original 13 original colonies and every other state in the United States of America.

What a great country we live in, this Independence Day Americans will be feasting on hot dogs, hamburgers, ribs and Dunkin` Donuts fries.

For those living under a rock for the last few months, Dunkin` Donuts fries are warm buttery croissant style donuts tossed in brown sugar shaped like French fries.

I don`t work for the Dunkin` Donuts marketing department, but like Homer Simpson and every other red-blooded American I love me some regular French fries, and I salivate at the prospect of devouring Dunkin Donuts fries.

Nothing good lasts forever, and Dunkin` Donut fries will be available for a limited time only, on July 2 stock up on these delicious fries so you can celebrate Independence Day with style.

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‘Dunkin’ Donuts’ Considering Name Change to ‘Dunkin’! Say it Ain’t So!

Sometimes on my way to work when I`m craving a delicious sugary donut and a steaming hot cup of coffee, I stop at a Dunkin` Donuts. I know that I can consume my calories and caffeine in safe place where millennial scum and trendy hipsters seldom venture.

You won`t find any such riff raff at Dunkin` Donuts it`s a home away from home for cops, construction workers and common folks.

If it`s a cup with your name written on it that you want, or a Wi-Fi hotspot go to Starbucks, Dunkin` Donuts is for real folks.

Today I found out the horrible news that the iconic donuts chain is contemplating a name change to: Dunkin`

Dunkin` Donuts is obviously trying to appeal to millennials who are triggered by the wonderful word “Donuts.” The venerable donut chain is playing with fire, if they alienate their loyal customer base by deleting “donuts” from their name, I predict they will go out of business in a few years.

Scripture warns us not to tamper with iconic names that have made America the greatest nation on Earth:

For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and there be many Starbucks along the way, but small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and there be a few Dunkin` Donuts along the way.

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