Love donuts? Run and ride away from them.

By Christopher Cudworth

America may run on Dunkin. But if you run or ride, it's best to avoid the temptation.

America may run on Dunkin. But if you run or ride, it’s best to avoid the temptation.

Donuts. Doughnuts.

However you spell it, the word translates to one thing: fat.

Fat donuts. Homer Simpson donuts. Donuts that slow you down and flood your bloodstream with grease and sugar.

Here’s a little wordplay to help you resist the donuts at your workplace, like those that showed up at our office today.

Donut Truths

Donuts good? Donuts bad.

Donut happy? You’ll be sad.

Run from donuts. Ride away.

You don’t need those cals today.

Look at donut, it grins back.

Then you get a heart attack.

Sugar coated. Creamy filled.

Donuts are a pudge fulfilled.

You eat donuts. You get round.

Gravity will hold you down.

Donut dreams? They fill the day.

Walk on by the donut tray.

Donuts are the sum of fears

as they add to your arrears.

All the donuts you can eat

will not give you happy feet,

you just might go fast downhill

but going up will take more will. 



About Christopher Cudworth

Christopher Cudworth is a content producer, writer and blogger with more than 25 years’ experience in B2B and B2C marketing, journalism, public relations and social media. Connect with Christopher on Twitter: @genesisfix07 and blogs at, and Online portfolio:
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