A naïve logician named Duncan decided
To go into the business of doughnuts,

The fact the name Dunkin' Donuts was taken
Wouldn't stop him -- he really was kind o' nuts,

Between Dunkin' and Duncan, not a whit of a difference,
He thought that it might be a syllogism,

All humans eat doughnuts and he was a human,
So he ate them and sold them without cynicism.

by D. Edgar Murray