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Filipino Burger Chain Runs 15-Cent Meal Deal, Chaos Ensues


The tasty deal caused a country-wide freak out

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Zark’s Burgers sold burgers at a 95 percent reduced price to the first 80 customers at each location on their eighth anniversary.

Filipino burger chain Zark’s Burgers sold their “Ultimate Burger” for 8 pesos — 15 cent — to the first 80 customers in line at each of the chain's 29 locations across the Philippines to celebrate their eighth anniversary on Aug. This represented a discount of almost 95 percent on the beef burger loaded with bacon, mushrooms, and cheese.

As reported via Twitter video, Zark’s customers climbed railings, trampled each other, and stood in long lines to be among those lucky few paying pocket change for a meal.

Zark’s patron Pauline Cabal Estrada, told Mashable about her experience at the SM San Mateo outlet in Manlia, where she attempted to get in line for a burger.

"As I saw the running people and all their screaming, I changed my mind,” she said. “I just [stood] back as I saw people bigger than me."

Zark’s Burgers Facebook page released a statement thanking its customers for their patronage, and apologizing for the inconvenience their swarms of crowds caused the chain’s locations.

“We at Zark’s Burgers express our deep gratitude for the mammoth response to our P8 for first 80 customers in-store promo to celebrate our 8th anniversary. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience experienced by patrons and other mall shoppers unintentionally brought about by this celebration that was intended to thank all of you for 8 years of loyal support and patronage,” said the release.

“We would also like to thank all officers, mall managers and security teams for ensuring everyone’s safety. Thank you.”

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Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


Donut Mess with a Cop

In fiction, it's much more probable that you'll see a cop eating a donut than anyone else, except for Homer Simpson. The cop guarding your jail cell is often seen dunking their donut with pink frosting or similar in their cup of coffee. The cop in the stakeout may have a half-empty box of donuts in their car. When taking a break from driving, they commonly hang out at the donut shop.

In more humorous displays, the cop might react to a donut as Scooby-Doo would to a scooby snack. Donuts may be the defining motivation for them to have joined the force. In fact, "Officer Donut" is a casual insult for a cop. A police character might be so obsessed that they could be bribed to do anything for donuts.

In actuality, the association between police officers and donuts is less insulting and more practical. Cops will usually consume lots of coffee, because it's necessary for them to stay awake during the night, and the donut pairs well as a sweet to dunk in coffee or to remove its bitter aftertaste — all of which Makes Sense In Context. Donuts are also ready-made, boxed for easy storage, and do not melt or get inedible when old (depending on the recipe some may only be edible for a few hours). They also tend to be both filling and cheap, and as donut shops tend to open early, for a while they were among the few places open for someone working the graveyard shift. Donut shops also tend to give out free donuts to law enforcement, partly as a public service and partly to encourage cops to hang around (and robbers to stay away). note This is illegal in some jurisdictions, being considered a form of bribery.

As donuts are fattening sweets, the cop munching them is commonly portrayed as a fat, lazy, moustached Obstructive Bureaucrat. Strangely, they never get glaze or frosting in their mustache.

As for corrupt cops, just remember that Evil Tastes Good - as do donuts. But if this trope brought into positive portrayals, especially as cowboy cops, the cops who munch donuts or other desserts frequently can be sometimes portrayed as smart guys.

While this might be Truth in Television, it could probably be seen today as an Evolving Trope. If anything, a cop might be hesitant in buying donuts because of the inevitable stigma associated with them. On the other hand, The Red Stapler effect comes into play. On their first round, a rookie might buy some donuts for the station, believing that all cops love them. But then, everyone does, so it's fair. They might subvert this trope by eating different kinds of sweets instead, like cupcakes or brownies.

It should be noted that this is primarily an American/Canadian based trope, as donuts are nowhere near as popular with the police in many other countries. British Coppers, for example, tend to go for chips - which is to say in American, french fries - instead, and Filipino cops have a thing for pancit, the name given to several, Chinese-inspired, but locally-cooked, noodle dishes.


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