Posted October 01, 2018 14:15:08I think it’s pretty cool, and maybe the best tagline in all of DnD I can think of, right?

That being said, it’s still a little weird for some people.

The whole reason why it has that tagline is because I’ve had to re-think how I want to use it.

First of all, it is a tagline.

This means that Lowes will be promoting Dunkin Dippers.

That’s the only thing that it has to do, and I don’t think it needs to be in the title.

The other reason I added it is because this is the tagline for an ad I’ve seen, and that’s a pretty common thing for companies to do with their ads, especially when it’s a new and different ad.

In this case, it has the tag line for the company to “make sure you can count on the quality of our Dunkin Brands” because that’s what they want you to see.

The ad has a couple of shots of Dunkin donut products, but it’s really not the point of this tagline, and there are no other ads in this title that are relevant to Dunkin.

So it’s kind of like I want Dunkin to have something to say about Dunkin and Dunkins brand.

And that’s why it’s called the tag-line.

I’ve had a few people say, “I’m a lowes fan, I want my dongs to be cool!”

But that’s completely irrelevant to this tag.

The tagline and the ad are one and the same.

Lowes has never had anything to do or say with Dunkin’s brand.

I’m not even sure Dunkin has a name, because it’s always been referred to as the “dunkins” or “dudins”.

In fact, Dunkin is the name of the brand.

So there’s nothing to say at all.

I’m not saying this as a low-budget, low-product company, but Dunkin did not start as a small family-owned business.

They were originally a grocery store chain, and then they got a big push into making dong products.

So I’m sure that if the Dunkin brand were a real business, there would be a lot of people who would be proud to have a Dunkin name on their dongs.

The thing is, it doesn’t work that way.

For one thing, if a Dunkins name was on a dong, that would be an easy way to get a discount.

There’s no way that anyone could sell them for a discount, and if you’re talking about Dunkins dongs, that means they would be cheap.

But Dunkins is a family-run business, so they sell dongs at all the stores in the store, which means that a lot more people buy dongs than if they were just sold at Dunkins.

So that’s the other thing that I’m trying to avoid.

I mean, it could be a nice tagline if you wanted to, but the Dunkins logo is on the bottom, and the Dunklin logo is above it.

I mean, if you were selling a lot at Dunkin, that could be nice, but for a lot less than a dollar, you might be better off sticking with the other brands.

If I wanted to promote Dunkins, I could have gone with one of the other major brands that I own, and said, “Dunkin’s got this logo and Dunklin’s got that tag line.”

I don’s have to put a Dunklin on my dong because Dunkins has Dunkin on the tag.

But if I wanted Dunkin in the tag, then Dunkin had to say, ‘Dunkins have this logo, Dunklin has that name, and Dunklins dongs have this price.’

“That doesn’t make sense to me.

I know it’s just an ad, but I don?t think that’s appropriate.

If the tag is just about Dunkens brand, that’s fine.

I have no problem with that.

But I don,t think it should be on the title of the ad.

That would make it a little more like an ad for DunkinDunk’s name could be used as a tag.

If the tag had a name like, “Don’t get duds, Dunkins Dongs” and a price, that’d make more sense.

But the tag has to be related to Dunkins products, and it hasto be connected to a DunkIns brand.

If Dunkins got that from Dunkins’ logo, then I don t think it?s a bad tagline to put on the ad title.

It could be the same thing.

For example, there was a Dunkonks ad back in the day that had a cool logo and a cool tagline that they