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Dominique Ansel’s Cronut Sends Reno Bakery A Cease And Desist Letter For Using ‘Cronut’ — Reno Bakery Trolls Them Back Online

10/25/2014 2:01 PM ET

The trolling is strong with this Reno bakery!

You may remember when Dominique Ansel created the Cronut that made people everywhere flock to his New York shop… well, a Reno, Nevada bakery was inspired to make their own!

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But Ansel was NOT happy and sent the bakery, Rounds, a cease and desist letter to stop calling their goods “Cronuts,” since the commonly used term for a croissant donut is trademarked!

Rounds wasn’t amused though, and went next level with their responses, in this perfect Twitter apology:

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Ansel hasn’t responded, though a picture of him waving a white flag would probably be sufficient enough. LOLz!

In the meantime, you can get in your Ford, err, we mean American-madevehicle, and head to Rounds and get yourself a #NotACronut.

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