|I want a chocolate donut sooooo bad right now.
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The expression “Bakers Dozen,” originated with King Henry VII, of England. He ordered bakers who sold underweight loaves to be beheaded, and so, in order to save their necks, bakers began the practice of adding an extra loaf to each order of twelve loaves, just to be sure.