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Old 12-13-2003, 06:58 PM   #21
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Rude and uncivilized? Hey I apologized for my outrage. It was nothing against you. I just don't like Tim Hortons (at least state side), and especially the people that work there. For instance I did go to a Tim Horton's once in Windsor, and they were very nice there and the donut was pretty good. So perhaps Canadien Tim's are better then American Tim's. :D
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Old 12-13-2003, 06:59 PM   #22
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yeah...probably! B)
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Old 12-13-2003, 07:10 PM   #23
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Oh are you trying to say that canadien is better then american?!?! J/k :D
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MMMM Dohnuts...All donuts are good. I like Timmy Ho's just 'cause of Tim Horton, and they have the best honey crulers. Still...I really on buy my baked goods from the Winfield Bakery. Best Long Johns EVER. Man could eat six of 'em in one sitting. Oh yeah this is the first I ever heard of Krispy Creme. Their website is being mean and won't let me see any clear pics of the donuts, so they may feel my wrath..one day. Think that donut guy is what the Simpson's was relating to when Homer wanted that giant donut?
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Heheh! Now that's my canadian baby!!!
i got a kiss from moc.....................Yes!!!!!
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Tim is the best...
Why thank you :D

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What's a "honey cruler?" And what is Tim Horton's - a bakery chain? Post a pic?
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Welcome to Tim Horton


guys, yeah...I love ya all...But stop quoting me like this!!! Hahah!
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I swear tim hortons coffee has a little herone in it...i drink my extra large double double every morning on my way to work...just to give our american friends an idea of what Tim HOrtons is...you can go there between at any time during a 24 hour pewriod, and there is a line up at the drive through...Tim Hortons beat McDonalds in profit for the last 3 quarters...just goes to show how popular it is here...

Dio sure said it..Tim Hortons + Hockey = Canada
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Tim Hortons is the Canadien Donut Shop that is invading the U.S. Ok, so they aren't even really Canadien anymore, it's part of Wendy's, Inc, and Wendy's is American. :P
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Ok, so they aren't even really Canadien anymore, it's part of Wendy's, Inc, and Wendy's is American
Nope. :P

Ok Voyd I spelt crueller very wrong . They look like tractor tires and are light and fluffy and mmmm I love 'em.


Mmmmmmmm. That one looks nasty though
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You know, I would go and say hockey is basically a U.S. thing now too, but I couldn't do that. Hockey belongs in Canada, and I believe there should be some committee set up to ensure that there are a certain number of canadien hockey teams in the NHL at any point in time. They need to bring back the Quebec Nordiques, they were one of my favorite teams. (and no Colorado does not count ). So you guys can keep hockey, labatts, molson, and curling.

Speaking of canadien things, I thought Carling Canadien was supposed to be canadien? I saw it the other day and it says made in the USA?!?! I think there is some vicious circle going on, All the US products go to Mexico and China to be made, and we are taking everything Canadien. Do you guys make everything that was mexican and chinese now? :P
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Heheheh Hockey in Québec is just not the same without the Nordiques. Damn, we used to wear pj's with their logo!!!! They still are my fav team (yeah yeah, event though they don't exist anymore...) B)
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hot and fresh out of the oven, Krispy Kreme's signature donut RAWKS B) !
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And how about those winnipeg jets eh!?

If The canucks ever left town there would seriously be a riot. And I would be leading it
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Ok Voyd I spelt crueller very wrong* .* They look like tractor tires and are light and fluffy and mmmm I love 'em.


Mmmmmmmm.** That one looks nasty though*
Oh ok, I've seen those. Can't remember if I've tried one or not?

I prefer crunchy glazed donuts like Irish creme or fritters/bear claws. Also Chinese danta egg custard tarts. Anyone ever tried one of these? :P
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what? are you kidding? i'm an expert in chinese desserts. pfft....
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yek, bear claws. Nah never had that egg danta thing unless that's lemon stuff in the center. But they don't look too bad.
Just bought some German Apple Cake, not as good as my neighbor's, but its delux and I can't get enough of it...*drools*
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You know... all this talk of pastries, I have a question for you all. Especially you guys here in the US or Canada. Do you guys have a Paczki Day (poon shkee) or Fat Tuesday as they call it? Where everyone (especially the polish) go out and get paczki's (which, in case you don't, is like a 1200 calorie creme/jelly filled donut)? I was once told that this is only a Michigan thing, and was curious if that's true or not.
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Never heard of that day, sij but how about a Travelpunk.com day

fried twinkies...anyone ever have these? I guess theyre starting to be popular around here. Tasty piece of lard, I might add :eat:
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