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  • Ali Moore

    In, conclusion, balance is key. Enjoy life :) Well said Krispy Kreme. Love those delicious doughnuts!

  • Tiger Lili

    "Donuts are bad for you." Well played, Krispy Kreme.

  • Tegan Matthews

    Amazing Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Ad. Donuts are Bad for You. Good words of wisdom about life in general!

  • Adrienne Fields

    this is AWESOME! lol Amazing Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Ad. Donuts are Bad for You

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