Doughnut Day: Put a doughnut on it

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Doughnut crop top, $15.07 at etsy.com
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Fuck Yeah Donuts needlepoint, $35 at etsy.com
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Frosted doughnuts apron, $49 at etsy.com
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Ceramic doughnut coin bank, $27 at etsy.com
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Doughnut heating pad, $22 at etsy.com
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Doughnut note cards, $17.50 at etsy.com
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Time To Make The Donuts breakaway cat collar, $10 at etsy.com
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Frosted catnip doughnut, $9 at etsy.com
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Coffee doughnut painting, $18 at etsy.com
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Chocolate doughnut cufflinks, $15.50 at etsy.com
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11x14 print pink doughnut painting, $25 at etsy.com
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Surprise doughnut coffee cup, $20 at etsy.com
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Doughnut baby onesie, $16 at etsy.com
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Sugar doughnut stud earrings, $3.50 at etsy.com
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Blue doughnut toys for dogs, $15 at etsy.com
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Doughnut jumperskirt, $208.40 at etsy.com
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Stack of doughnuts iPhone 5 hardshell polish case, $7 at etsy.com
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Chocolate frosted doughnut earrings, $16 at etsy.com
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3D dughnut nail art, $19.80 at etsy.com
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Doughnut lampwork glass beads, $7 at etsy.com
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I'd Rather Be Making Doughnuts license plate frame, $12 at etsy.com
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Doughnut water transfer nail sticker, $5 at etsy.com
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Sprinkled doughnut shirt, $32 at etsy.com
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iPhone 4 or iPhone 4s case with doughnuts, $7 at etsy.com
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Doughnut necklace, $7 at etsy.com
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Doughnut pillow, $15 at etsy.com
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Doughnut ring, $14.40 at etsy.com
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Donut Stop Dancing flat, $36 at etsy.com
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Doughnut soaps, $6.50 at etsy.com
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Bitten doughnut shirt, $10 at etsy.com
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Red doughnut print cotton fabric brooch, $9.87 at etsy.com
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Doughnut cozy, $10 at etsy.com
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I don't know anyone who loves doughnuts more than our Food & Drink editor Julia Kramer, so when I stumbled upon a doughnut sweatshirt I jokingly sent her the link. She, of course, actually liked the sweatshirt. As we were gearing up for Doughnut Day, I happened upon a pair of doughnut shoes, which I also sent Julia's way. And then I started to discover that there's really no limit to the ridiculous things people will put doughnuts on, including shirts and pillows and aprons and nail art (see below for evidence). Thankfully, all of these items can be found and purchased on the Internet for Julia and other doughnut-lovers.

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