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Doughnut Shop Worker Given Creative Control of Receipt Printer, Hilarity Ensues

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He could say anything he wanted on the doughnut receipts, so he decided to pay homage to one the greatest comedians of all time: Mitch Hedberg. Well played, doughnut shop worker, well played!

The Donut Shop receipts now read:
“I bought a donut and they gave me a receipt for the donut. I don’t need a receipt for the donut. I give you money and you give me the donut, end of transaction,” the receipt says, copying Hedberg’s joke verbatim. “We don’t need to bring ink and paper into this. I can’t imagine a scenario that I would have to prove that I bought a donut.”

Buckwheatwaffle said he was given control over what gets printed on the shop’s receipts. Although the user said his boss was unaware what would be printed, the boss thought the joke was funny.

“My boss actually found it hilarious, which is why my job is so awesome,” the user said.

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