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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    I had TH doughnuts when I went to Canada, and they are wonderful--now I'm wanting MY free one. I'd ask someone to fedex me some, only even they can't get it here fast enough for them to be fresh!
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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    Quote Originally Posted by AJane;3350125;
    WTH? I get Tim's every day and I haven't won anything yet this year. I could use one of those $10K cash prizes, too.
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    We've got another three free coffee's.
    I traded one in today for an extra large French vanilla.
    I think that might be 1000 calories right there, but I don't care, it was delicious.

    TH doughnuts are very good.
    I like the Canadian maple.
    I didn't eat one for the first three or four years I lived here because I assumed they'd taste like British doughnuts which I think are foul.
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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    We have a bunch of them here in Columbus since they were owned by Wendy's (based in Columbus) for a few years.

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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    Who the heck is Tim, and what's so special about his doughnuts?
    (I'm curious, because I used to love doughnuts, and now I hate them . . . but would like to like them . . . but not too much.)
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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    My daughter works at Tim Horton's. Thankfully, I've also gotten away from donut love (although I do like the maple, but its the maple, not the donut)
    She is the morning baker at her place, about the only cooking she does.

    we also have an area Krisply Kreme - not into those either.

    now, if I could just not want sugar in other forms.

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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    I still haven't won. I think western Canada got a bad shipment of cups.

    I don't eat the doughnuts (I worked in a doughnut shop - not Tim's - as a teen and I've never been able to stomach the things since) but I do occasionally have a muffin, which are quite good. The low-fat ones are pretty dry, unfortunately. If I want to splurge on something good I'll have an ice cap or a large half coffee/half French Vanilla.
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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen;3372831;
    Who the heck is Tim, and what's so special about his doughnuts?
    (I'm curious, because I used to love doughnuts, and now I hate them . . . but would like to like them . . . but not too much.)
    Tim Horton was a Canadian hockey player. He started a donut shop (Tim Hortons) and it developed into a franchise operation with stores across Canada; there are also stores in the US. It is widely presumed that they put crack into the coffee as many Canadians are addicted to it (kidding, of course).
    As I don't drink coffee, there is no chance of me rolling up the rim to win anything. Good luck to all my fellow Canadians, however.
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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    Quote Originally Posted by AJane;3373990;
    I still haven't won. I think western Canada got a bad shipment of cups.

    I don't eat the doughnuts (I worked in a doughnut shop - not Tim's - as a teen and I've never been able to stomach the things since) but I do occasionally have a muffin, which are quite good. The low-fat ones are pretty dry, unfortunately. If I want to splurge on something good I'll have an ice cap or a large half coffee/half French Vanilla.
    We won another coffee, which I traded in for a large FV, and another donut.

    I was reading about the allocation of prizes across the country.
    Apparently all prizes are allocated according to the population in each province or territory, except for the cars. Ontario got, I think it was four fewer cars than we should have. Doesn't matter, I only need to win one.
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    Re: Thank you for my free donut, Tim.

    Apparently one of the cars has gone to someone from here. Also FYI it apparently was sold at our newest location, so maybe that's the ticket!

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