Donuts > Boyfriends.
If you don't love doughnuts, this post is not for you. So go away. If you do love doughnuts, congratulations! You are a wonderful person with an educated palate.
Doughnuts are a glorious creation. So glorious, in fact, that we believe women could sustain themselves on the love of the pastry over the love of a human man.
Here are many practical reasons why doughnuts are so much better than a boyfriend.
1. You can see right through doughnuts.
You never have to worry about them pretending to be something they're not.
2. Doughnuts are there for you in the middle of the night.
They're so cuddly.
3. Doughnuts are utterly addicting.
Can't get enough of those powdered sugar ones, am I right?
4. Doughnuts still look delicious after you bite them. Could you say the same about your boyfriend?
5. You can dress doughnuts up and they won't complain.
Getting a boyfriend into a tux is a whole other story.
6. You won't be nervous to bring doughnuts around your family.
No duh — they will love your doughnuts.
7. Doughnuts are so flexible.
Seriously, you can move them around any way you desire.
8. Everyone on the planet admires a good doughnut. People will be so jealous of you.
9. Once you see doughnuts, you can't take your eyes off of them.
You get sick of a boyfriend after a while.
10. Doughnuts are always willing to cheer you up.
They're just sitting there waiting for you to devour them.
11. You can choose the exact doughnut that you want out of a glass case.
If only boyfriends worked that way.
12. Doughnuts always have time for you. They are really available. Sometimes too available.
13. You will never get sick of doughnuts.
Boys get boring pretty quickly.
14. Doughnuts won't reach down your shirt without asking. You'll put them in your shirt if you want them there.
15. Doughnuts are easy to handle.
No drama, just dough.
16. Doughnuts will never say no to you.
Unless you form them into the word "no."
17. Doughnuts are all you will ever need.
Well, pretty much.
This article was originally published at Popsugar Love. Reprinted with permission from the author.