Yes, it's true—any day can be Donut Day if you believe hard enough. But come June 1, America celebrates National Donut Day, and there's a bevy of deals to help you ring in the occasion. National Donut Day is actually one of the few weird food holidays that's got some legitimacy behind it. That's because it came about as a way to recognize the Salvation Army's Donut Lassies of World War I.
With yesterday’s World Goth Day in the rearview mirror, National Doughnut Day, a time of year where we celebrate circular, holed pastries and attempt to come to a consensus on how their name is spelled. Naturally, it’s also the biggest day on the marketing calendar for donut(?) companies across the country.
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