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A man and his donut are going viral today after he tweeted a British supermarket chain about the product’s defects.
Why you might ask?
Because what he complained about was the donut’s missing hole, and how that prevented him from using said pastry in an oral sex act with his girlfriend.
But this time, Morrison’s social media person responded. In a way you might not expect.
They offered advice.
MacGuyver it, says the grocery store, which, unless that donut is super stale, shouldn’t be that hard.
Our Twitter friend took it another way. As opposed to tearing a hole in the donut, he (supposedly) grabbed another object.
(In the U.K. ‘A&E’ stands for ‘Accident and Emergency’ services.)
The Morrison’s social team wasn’t buying it.
Wasn’t possible, he said.
The exchange continued very cordially and the two became friends.
The Daily Dot reached out to PeeWeeMFC75, who said he really wasn’t going to use the sweet treat for oral pleasure.
“I wasn’t planning on using the donuts for sex. I was bored and flicking through [Facebook] and a friend posted the pic of the donuts without a hole complaining, so I got the idea of [tweeting] Morrisons. Why I said what I did is a mystery. Sometimes I don’t fully think [things] though.”
Regardless, the rest of Twitter ate up the exchange.
That is true.
And some just unnecessarily roasted PeeWeeMFC75.
More importantly, PeeWeeMFC75 said his girlfriend enjoyed the joke.
“Luckily, my girlfriend has seen the funny side of it.”
That’s a keeper.
David Covucci is the Layer 8 editor at the Daily Dot, covering the intersection of politics and the web. His work has appeared in Vice, the Huffington Post, Jezebel, Gothamist, and other publications. He is particularly interested in hearing any tips you have. Reach out at [email protected]