Generally I do not like to write blogs using the work of others exclusively however most of the attributions are just too hilarious not to be shared. Nevertheless two of them I contributed myself. Enjoy!
Martin Heidegger: The donut leaves crumbs.
Martin Heidegger: Future donuts cannot maintain their utility in our minds and are therefore the sum of their holes.
Erwin Schrödinger: Until the box is opened, the donuts inside are simultaneously glazed and plain.
Karl Marx: The donut is a device to extract labor out of workers (value) for the possibility of extracting profit for the owner (class)
Basho (Zen philosopher) topped his :A flute with no holes, is not a flute with: A donut with no hole, is a Danish.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy: Ich bin ein Berliner not a donut.
René Magritte: This is not a donut.
Adam Smith: The market decides what the donut is.
Hamlet: To eat the donut, or not eat — that is the question.
Andy Warhol: I'm afraid that if you look at a donut long enough, it loses all of its meaning.
Immanuel Kant: Kant eat a donut. (missing comma?)
Richard III: My kingdom for a donut!!!
Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Plein glazed is natural.
René Descartes: I think, therefore I am...eating donuts!
Macchiavelli: Donuts justify coffee.
Lao Tzu: The hole makes the donut.
Friedrich Nietzsche: Donuts are superfood for the overman.
Bill Clinton: I did not eat that donut.
Jesus: Forgive these donuts, they donut know what they are doing.
Stephen Hawkin: A donut with a black hole will eat itself.
Socrates: The unexamined donut is not worth eating.
Ludwig Wittgenstein: Whereof one donut speak, one must be silent.
Marie Antoinette: Ils veulent du pain? Qu'ils mangent des donuts.
Plutarch: Which came first, the donut or the hole?
Karl Marx: On the Jewish Donut/Bagel Question.
Ferdinand Lassalle criticising the Gotha Program: Donuts from each according to their ability; donuts to each according to their need.
Samuel Beckett: I must eat the donut... I can't eat the donut... (pause) I'll eat the donut.
William Shakespeare: The quality of donuts is not strained.
Seneca: I don't need donuts.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: The world-donut is gradually becoming aware of itself.
Martin Heidegger: The donuting donut.
Michel Foucault: The donut is a source of power.
Sigmund Freud: You will never fill the hole.
Carl Gustav Jung: Every body is born understanding donuts.
Milton Friedman: Without trust, it's worth donut.
Levi-Strauss: The donut brings fatness to the community.