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  • Catherine Williams

    The world's greatest essay, written by a 12-year-old who really, really hates plain doughnuts. Smart kid.

  • Andrea Jaret Cepeda

    12 year old girl's essay on the farcicality of the plain doughnut... Pretty funny, little one

  • Dana Ethredge

    The world's greatest essay, written by a 12-year-old who really, really hates plain doughnuts. This is probably my new favorite thing. A BAGEL! IT'S A BAGEL....FYI I like plain doughnuts; they're great in coffee, but this is still funny. This kid is going to write a best seller one day.

  • AnnaMarie Lindquist

    I like this kids writing style.

  • Amber Nickerson

    "The world's greatest essay, written by a 12-year-old who really, really hates plain doughnuts. This is probably my new favorite thing." Some children are adorable.

  • Leslie Fournier Warren

    The world's greatest essay written by a 12-year-old who really, really hates plain doughnuts. I actually really like plain donuts, but this is funny.

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