Honestly what is it about Tim Hortons that makes people line up?
IT'S NOT THAT GREAT PEOPLE.
Today I wanted a bagel, tea optional, and the lineup at 11:30 in the morning was crap. I went over to McDonalds who have great coffee now too, and no lineup or anything.
Why are people lining up and waiting an eternity for a Tims coffee? Is there drugs in it? Is there a spell cast over it?
Do the people think its a Canadian thing to do? Or that it's cheap coffee?
Is it the marketing or the colour Brown?
Is it the "Roll up the Rim" gambling opportunity?
Is it how you order a Tea with sugar and cream and they give you a coffee surprise with sugar and cream (cough, spit, choke) and you find out about it later at the office?
I haven't been into a Tims in months (I began my international boycott on September 21, 2007) and am glad to see how quickly it's caught on here in Prince Albert. not.
But they still have lineups 9 cars deep and 17 people deep at the door.
What makes you line up for a Tims coffee?
Teach me, tell me, help me understand.