On Twitter, ‘more people give a crap about National Donut Day’ than D-Day

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http://twitter.com/#!/IrisBlasi/status/474892165441921024

The first Friday of every June is “National Donut Day.” This year, it happens to fall on the 70th anniversary of D-Day. Guess which occasion is trending:

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Many are thinking that some priorities are seriously out of whack:

http://twitter.com/#!/spambot/status/474791405705916416
http://twitter.com/#!/TooGentToCare/status/474926341117460480
http://twitter.com/#!/HollandMikey/status/474942600324337664
http://twitter.com/#!/JakeSimpson34/status/474948300760969216
http://twitter.com/#!/OKRedneck99/status/474939253324267521
http://twitter.com/#!/rebepayton/status/474953909836853248
http://twitter.com/#!/Kenniffdotcom/status/474944905757073410
http://twitter.com/#!/mayapapaya319/status/474921780210311168
http://twitter.com/#!/Breebaby1012/status/474915374081662976
http://twitter.com/#!/Fashionlovepam/status/474900315045519361
http://twitter.com/#!/Bigg_Dubb/status/474898388195246083
http://twitter.com/#!/laureneliseTV/status/474905189959602176

This is sad:

http://twitter.com/#!/Pullmyfinger82/status/474887275063820288

Really?

However, National Donut Day does at least have a military link:

Double D-Day:
1) In 1938 Salvation Army declared Donut Day to honor those that served donuts to WWI soldiers

2) D-Day – WWII, 1944— Kathryn Nelson (@TacoCatNelson) June 06, 2014

http://twitter.com/#!/mistertug/status/474938899991896064

D-Day and National Donut Day can coexist, but it’s a shame the former has been overshadowed so far on Twitter.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/06/06/pathetic-on-twitter-more-people-give-a-crap-about-national-donut-day-than-d-day/

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