Sy said:icklemiss21 said:What I do hate is the local Tim Hortons Drive Thru... people need to learn that once the drive thru lane is full they should pull in and get out of the car and walk in rather than the 20 car backlog on a major street
^^^I hate this as well...I can't believe people actually find this an acceptable use of their time/gas just waiting in a TH drivethru lineup...Some places i've seen nearly 30cars in a line so i went inside, got my stuff and left, and the line moved about maybe 10 cars...
Also why do people have to order huge meals from a drive thru? Coffee and bagel is the most i get for myself. Anything more and I go inside.
A deposit on cups sounds like a pretty good idea! If TH took maybe $0.02 extra per paper cup, then gave it back for every cup returned that could probably get people off welfare with all the cups laying around in any given city.
Wetcoast40 said:You'd have to live east of the Rockies to think Tim Horton's makes good coffee. My little kiosk down the road makes better coffee than TH or Starbucks (over roasted/over priced). TH's coffee is rubbish! I'd throw the cup out too if I had to settle for that first thing in the morning!
annabattler said:Many thousands of Canadian children benefit from this camping experience...all funded by Tim Hortons and their "keep the change" programme.
Tim Hortons equals sugar and fat. They, like McDonalds, Coca Cola, Imperial Tobacco, etc. promote crappy lifestyle choices leading to an unhealthy fat, obese society.
TenPenny said:I'd be interested in some information on the real consequences of reusing cups vs paper....it takes hot water, soap, etc to wash all those cups.....how much water and heat is wasted that way?
Remember when McDonalds did away with the foam boxes for their burgers, and they pointed out that overall the cardboard was worse for the environment, but everyone felt better.
Twila said:Not so long ago seat belts were no big thing. I remember riding in the back of my dad' truck and my moms hatchback.
Twila said:Tim Hortons equals sugar and fat. They, like McDonalds, Coca Cola, Imperial Tobacco, etc. promote crappy lifestyle choices leading to an unhealthy fat, obese society.
I find it insulting that it's assumed I don't know/can't tell the difference. If I'm too stupid or lazy to watch what I eat and opt to blame the establishments that I choose to frequent then I deserve to die early. I find it insulting that stupid humans ruin things for the more intelligent among us.