Wish Dunkin' Had A Clothing Line? Dream On Dunkin' unveiled a line of "Espresso-Wear." The clothing was designed for customers who need to carry coffees. Sadly, the items like Cappu-Chinos, pants with cup-holder pockets, are not real.
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Wish Dunkin' Had A Clothing Line? Dream On

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Wish Dunkin' Had A Clothing Line? Dream On

Wish Dunkin' Had A Clothing Line? Dream On

Wish Dunkin' Had A Clothing Line? Dream On

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Dunkin' unveiled a line of "Espresso-Wear." The clothing was designed for customers who need to carry coffees. Sadly, the items like Cappu-Chinos, pants with cup-holder pockets, are not real.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Dunkin', the company formerly known as Dunkin' Donuts, has a new clothing line.

(SOUNDBITE OF AD)

UNIDENTIFIED SINGER: (Singing) You may have heard about capa-chinos (ph), but there's also Americano-Veralls.

GREENE: Overalls with a large pocket for your coffee cup. There are also capa-chinos. But these online ads say none of these are available because they're not real. So, Dunkin', what are you doing? Oh, right - hoping gullible broadcasters will talk about this.

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