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Elvira Kurt destroys the 'dausage'

Elvira Kurt objects to the "forced marriage" of the doughnut and the sausage, the dausage — or, in Elvira's words, "a jam filled piece of meat".
The creators of The Dausage say there are no finer foods in the world than sausages and doughnuts — and so, they mashed them together. (Dausage.com)

In this week's instalment of q's Cultural Hall of Shame, Elvira Kurt objects to the "forced marriage" of the doughnut and the sausage, the dausage —  or, in Elvira's words, "a jam filled piece of meat". 

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