Talk like a Pirate and Get Free Donuts at Krispy Kreme


Are you the kind of person that has a pirate inside of you, just waiting to get out? Do you love doughnuts with the unmerciful passion of the the sea herself? Do you own an eye-patch? If you are even one of these things, Krispy Kreme’s annual Talk Like a Pirate Day is right up your alley.

On Sept. 19, walk into your local Krispy Kreme talking like a pirate and get yourself a free Original Glazed Doughnut. Better yet, if you show up dressed as a pirate, you’ll get a free dozen doughnuts. Talk about treasure. All you need is one of the three items on to qualify for your dozen: Pirate Hat, Bandana, Eye-Patch, Costume Hook, Pirate Shirt, Peg-Leg, Parrot and Knickers.

Get creative and get your doughnuts on Sept. 19. before they run out.

And of course, it wouldn’t be Talk Like a Pirate Day without mentioning everyone’s favorite pirate.


Gar, Steve.

PicThx Krispy Kreme


KFC x DBZ: Colonel Sanders Goes Super Saiyan to Promote New Dragonball Z Movie (Also for the Lulz)


In case the headline wasn’t clear enough, there’s a new Dragonball Z movie coming out in March called DBZ: Battle of the Gods. And to help celebrate (it is the first in 17 years to make it into theaters  after all), KFC Japan has decided to let the Colonel dress up as Goku—orange jumpsuit, giant moonboots, pitiful stub of a cut-off monkey tail (I’m guessing) and all.

Even better, each of the seven special location colonels will hold one of the seven magical dragon balls, which guests can either steal for wishes (natch) or buy as a water bottle topper, along with one of KFC’s limited edition value packs.

Granted, for our American readers, this is yet another incredible fast food promotion that’s only available in Japan, but if you steal those dragon balls like I suggested, I’m sure Shenron will be happy to take care of the travel costs.

H/T + PicThx Entabe


Holy Fast Food Villainy, Batman! Jack in the Box Bane and Ronald McDonald Joker, TOGETHER

I know the trope of Batman having to face more than one Arkham inmate at a time has been a thing since, I don’t know, FOREVER, but this is just ridiculous.