I've got a problem with doughnut holes. First off, technically a
doughnut hole is just the empty space in the middle of a doughnut so I
don't see how you can sell empty space. But fine, I'll fall for the
marketing where the dough from the holes is then sold off itself as
spheres known as doughnut holes. But what I really don't understand is
how can you sell a cream- or jelly-filled doughnut hole? When was the
last time you saw a cream- or jelly-filled doughnut that had a hole right
in the middle of it?

Does this washcloth smell like chloroform?