Play again? I won a play again? Sweet!
Gas is nearly $1.30 now, our city taxes are going up by at least 3%, Hydro is giving us fancy new expensive meters, I’m pretty sure our Shaw bill goes up every month and now we’re going to lose an hour of sleep over the weekend with the time change. It almost seems like things just aren’t going our way. Top five other signs things just aren’t going our way.
#5. Brian Burke would like to see us in his office after the game tonight.
#4. At any point in the day we find ourselves running with a bathroom plunger.
#3. For any reason we find ourselves Google-ing the word “suppository” this morning.
#2. We mistake the boss’s handshake for the kid’s “pull my finger”. (Ooops)
#1. Our roll up the rim says “please do NOT play again — – ya looser”.
Donuts, is there anything they can't do?
Roll up the Rim starts today and that has some people thinking, why is Tim Hortons so successful? They are still making huge profits even in this global economic turmoil. Mike’s top five real reasons why Timmy’s is so successful.
#5. Let’s see – it’s addictive, it tastes good and it’s cheap.
#4. $74 million in free advertising alone, from that morning show begging for coffee all the time.
#3. You get to line up for 20 minutes in your car to get something you could easily make at home.
#2. It’s food you can spell! BITS, BELTS, BAGELS, BISCUITS (Okay – I have a tough time with Biscuits)!
#1. [Homer was right] “Donuts.. there really isn’t anything they can’t do.
Please play again. Again!?
Mike Benny presents Roll Up The Rim etiquette. With Tim Hortons Roll Up The Rim starting next week, there are a few points to remember before you start rolling.
#5. No using teeth on cups found in trash.
#4. If you paid for it, the prize is yours; take it. If you don’t, even the small prizes, you’ll just make it harder on yourself later. “Oh you said I could keep the free muffin I won with your cup; so I assumed you were setting historical president for future prizing.”
#3. If you throw it away, it is no longer yours (Bridal bouquet rules apply).
#2. Roll up the rim applies only to Tim Hortons coffee cups, not other household items and sundry bathroom fixtures that may or may not have rims!
#1. That whole looking surprised as you roll up the rim and then saying “hey I won a play again”, ya that’s funny, really funny.