A Comedian's Disgusting Joke About Dunkin' Donuts Becomes An Actual Menu Item

Jim Gaffigan's 2004 standup special "Beyond the Pale" contains some hilarious jokes on the well-traveled subject of fast food and the devastating lack of health and nutrition in America. To really drive the point home, he invented a fictional and absurdly unhealthy "doughnut ham hamburger." Nine years later, Gaffigan's joke became reality. If this isn't a wake-up call for the American food industry to make a big ol' cultural U-turn in the name of health, I don't know what is.

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