Dunkin' Donuts Enters the Holiday Coffee Cup Battle 'Dunkin Donuts isn't run by a bunch of anti-Christmas terrorists' By Michael Harthorne, Newser Staff Posted Nov 11, 2015 2:40 PM CST 60 comments Comments Dunkin' Donuts makes a play for the easily outraged and people named Joy. (Instagram) (Newser) – Another combatant has entered the "War on Christmas (Cups)," as Dunkin' Donuts unveiled its own holiday-themed coffee cup Tuesday, USA Today reports. The New York Post notes that Dunkin' Donuts' new cup—unlike the controversy-stirring Starbucks cup—is replete with Christmas cheer, featuring red and green wreaths and holly surrounding the word "Joy." It's unclear yet whether this more Christmasy cup will help Dunkin' Donuts win the business of the easily outraged in the long run, but USA Today reports it seems to be working already on social media. "See how to do it Starbucks…Dunkin Donuts isn't run by a bunch of anti-Christmas terrorists. #WarOnChristmas," one person tweeted. Another posted the following message to Instagram: "Thank you for keeping the cheer in the season! Cups DO matter when it comes to this season."