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Dunkin’ bagels spark outrage over size of gaping holes: ‘It’s a Dunkin’ bracelet!’

A couple of customers who said they ordered Dunkin' bagels are complaining that what they received was more hole than bread.
A couple of customers who said they ordered Dunkin' bagels are complaining that what they received was more hole than bread.

It’s a hole lotta drama.

A couple of customers who said they ordered Dunkin’ bagels are complaining that what they received was more hole than bread, the Daily Dot reports.

“Girl, I ordered a bagel at Dunkin’,” one TikToker said in a video posted this week with over 883,000 views.

“Why is she wide open like that?” she deadpanned, as she displayed a bigger-than-expected hole in her bagel.

The Post reached out to Dunkin’ reps for comment.

A couple of customers who said they ordered Dunkin’ bagels are complaining that what they received was more hole than bread. tiktok/@spamspamham
A couple of customers who said they ordered Dunkin’ bagels are complaining that what they received was more hole than bread. tiktok/@spamspamham

https://www.tiktok.com/@spamspamham/video/7344772695332048158

Inspired by the “wide open” bagel, another TikToker posted a clip of a bagel with a gaping hole that she says she got at Dunkin’ a year ago.

Her Tuesday video has received over 501,400 views.

The bagels appear thicker on the Dunkin’ website.

The national chain, which was founded in 1950, introduced bagels to its menu in 1996 with ads that showed former NYC Mayor Ed Koch teaching “Fred the Baker” how to “schmear” cream cheese.

At the time, Dunkin’ sold 12 varieties of bagels, costing 55 cents to 60 cents.

A TikToker says she received this bagel from Dunkin’ about a year ago. tiktok/@kenny.orteg
A TikToker says she received this bagel from Dunkin’ about a year ago. tiktok/@kenny.orteg

These days, some TikTokers have gotten a little heated about Dunkin’s bagel offerings.

“Now don’t put her business out there like that,” one person commented below the video of the “wide open” bagel.

“She’s crowning,” another quipped, referring to a woman giving birth.

Why is it on Ozempic?” a TikToker asked about the year-old bagel.

Dunkin’, which was founded in 1950, introduced bagels to its menu in 1996. Christopher Sadowski
Dunkin’, which was founded in 1950, introduced bagels to its menu in 1996. Christopher Sadowski

“It’s a Dunkin’ bracelet!” another joked.

“PLS! I got one like this a few weeks ago and it was FOUL,” declared a third.