It may be just be a coincidence or a well-planned strategic attack,
but one day before the election, presidential candidate and crispy meat strip, C.P. Bacon has had his twitter account (and subsequently also his Facebook account) hacked by the Jelly Donut Hacker Collective known as:
This morning, Donutnonymous made two posts to Bacon’s twitter account @Bacon4Pres.
The most disturbing part of this activity is their uncanny inability to spell their own name.
At this time, it appears that C.P. Bacon has regained control of his social media and there have been no other signs of activity from Donutnonymous, AKA Donutnonmous, AKA Donutronamouse, AKA Donutnonamous, AKA Gooey V. Fawkes AKA Anonymous Jelly Donut.
Virtual Cheeseburger supports the eating of as many donuts as possible today, but advises you to use extreme caution when in the vicinity of any vanilla glazed jelly donut.
Pączki (actually this is plural; pączek is the singular form)
How do you pronounce the name of this wonderful
jam, jelly, custard or creme filled donut-like pastry?
Here’s the problem:
The word is Polish, and has been Americanized,
so how you pronounce it really depends
on who’s polish grandmother your parents were talking to
when they bastardized the word into Chicago-eze.
So say it how you want, but to me,
it’s a perfect excuse to put Erik Estrada
into a funny photo with a donut.
Erik Estrada from CHiPs (aka Ponch) and a Key = how you pronounce Pazcki
It goes with the photo, so that’s what we’re sticking with.
You know the theme song from that show is now in your head, don’t you?