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Topics: Rob Gronkowski

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

There will be no donut hole in the head of Rob Gronkowski.

His sweet life continues to roll on like a Fellini movie on steroids.

One of his biggest sponsors has commissioned a life-size cake of the Gronk to be unveiled at Gillette Stadium before adoring fans who eat up all things Gronk this week.

If Marie Antoinette said of the starving minions, "Let them eat cake," the giant cake in the image of Gronk would have likely fed an army.

A baking company called Montilio's in Brockton, Mass., a stone's spike from Foxboro has taken on the challenge to create a monster display for the hungry throngs who may feast on any body part of Gronk they can reach.

If you like groin cake, you may not want to miss the party. Yes, those who show up at Gillette will be treated to another Gronkism, "Yo Soy Fiesta."

Gronk will be there to dish out the bon mots and bon bons.

A giant cardboard Gronk adorns nearly every donut shoppe in the Boston area with the big mitt of Gronk holding a breakfast sandwich about to go into a pie hole. Now we learn that Gronk has a cake hole and a sweet tooth to boot.

The cake has taken 80 hours of hard work to build and likely will take 80 minutes to devour.

Entrees in the Great DD Gronk-Off Sweepstakes required fans to submit photos of themselves in the throes of spiking-or spending time with any of the giant cutouts of the cutup around Boston.

Gronk is a spokesman for Dunkin Donuts, the famous chain and has appeared at drive-thru windows to hand out coffee and now will go one better.

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