Dunkin’ Donuts, which is also known as Dunkin Biscuits and Dunkin Doughnuts, has been promoting its doughnuts on social media, including using hashtags #DunkinDuck and #DinnerwithDunk.

But it seems like the company isn’t getting much traction on Twitter, either.

The Dunkin doughnuts are still being promoted on social, but they’re not getting the love they deserve on Twitter.

Here are some of the tweets that have been shared with us, via Twitter user @crisco:One of the best things about @dunkincubers doughnuts is that it doesn’t need to be cooked.

I’ve had them on a few occasions and have never been disappointed.

#DontTolerateTheDunk #DunKonstantin #dunkins doughnuts article Another great way to support the company: Don’t like Dunkin donut promotion?

Don’t have any of the doughnuts you want?

Donate to #DUNKONSTANTIN instead.

#dunkonstantins #doughnuts #dunchin Donut promotionThe Dunkins brand is based on a popular American chain known as Donut King.

That chain started in the late 1940s and continues to this day, with a franchise in Florida, New York and other parts of the United States.

The company’s business is growing, and it plans to open new locations in the United Kingdom, Ireland and France over the next few years.