I say "No" because...GROSS!?!
I mean if I never went in the first place, it's still a boycott ,right?
Not for any political reason...I'm a Krispy Kreme guy on those rare occasions when I get donuts.
I favor Dunkin’ Donuts before Starbucks. Yes, the donuts are less than fresh, and the coffee is more sugar than coffee, but I like sugar and barely acceptable donuts. I was a Starbucks fanatic for a few years, but just like Shanna said, DD is EVERYWHERE, and I didn’t see my first Krispy Kreme until I came to the South. I took a hiatus, but I’ll definitely take Dunkin over everyone.
I’m very sad that this incident happened with protesting foreign languages. I feel like it’s more likely that this was an isolated incident for this specific location, since it’s franchised out so much. Even though they are a large company, I think people can just buy a location and bring in income.
If norhing Else, I hope DD comes out and admonishes the location for their intolerant behavior. If not, I’ll have to find some new sub-par donuts.
Side note, y’all heard of Wawa??!! They have THE BEST DONUTS!! Ok y’all bye
We have so many Dunkin’ Donuts here and they are always packed in the morning. They tried to bring a Krispy Creme and it was closed in two months...however I do live on Long Island, I hate slavery!
The nearest Krispy Kreme is in DC while I’m out in Maryland. I’ve tried a couple times to go to Dublin but the donuts. Are. Always. Stale. How is that possible when “donut” is in their goddamn name? I’m boycotting for sure.
I'm definitely boycotting in the way that I drive past a DD every morning on the way to work and have never once stopped.
Shanna was an amazing guest. And she came through with this ty & tand. playlist on spotify!!