• Mammal
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    44 months ago

    Assuming this is real and not something staged by the author, I kind of get it.

    By way of example: While I don’t have a problem with christianity, I certainly would be annoyed if someone had written “Jesus Saves” on my donut.

    • mrbubblesort
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      164 months ago

      I’d get it … if it wasn’t for the fact that there’s no fucking way anyone working at Dunkin has time to write personalized custom messages on donuts, meaning this dipshit either bought it knowing what it said, or wrote it themselves. These guys will claim private business are free to do what they want and we should all let the market decide, and then in the same breath claim this should be illegal and tHe gAy AGeNdA iS rUIniNg AmEriCa

    • snooggums
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      124 months ago

      Religious propaganda and being accepting of people are two different things.

    • @FaeDrifter
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      64 months ago

      I mean, out here in the Midwest US getting random Jesus propaganda is a very regular occurrence, I wouldn’t even find that too strange.

    • @BradleyUffner@lemmy.world
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      44 months ago

      If I can deal with Christians shoving random religious bullshit in my door at home and under the wipers of my car, this person can deal with a donut with a positive message on it.

    • Optional
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      14 months ago

      There is no way that’s real. These people are shameless ignorant racist bigoted fools.

    • themeatbridge
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      04 months ago

      Assuming this is real and not something staged by the author,

      Why stop there? Why not assume that this donut exploded into a vortex that opened a wormhole to another dimension with intelligent dinosaurs, and the author was devoured by an interdimensional velociraptor warrior moments after posting this? Because that’s equally likely.