Discussion in 'Canada Discussion Boards' started by Sar-Tamber-lac, Mar 10, 2003.
Well, it'll do.
I've lost count, but I think I've won three things...
I had a dream last night that I won the SUV. Man, that would be awesome. I would so sell it and pay off my student loans! Then I would be free to work anywhere, and live in Canada!!
Neat thread... (for a Timmy's Junkie ),
so far hubby and have won
4. and about 8 mil. free try agains!!!
Anyone know if the SUV is another 1 year lease deal? * grabs Debby," give your Tim's and no one will get hurt". lmao
haven't won anything yet. i should drink more coffee.
I'm 2 for 5 - I won a muffin a few days ago! (I got a chocolate chip one straight out of the oven and it was delicious!) The TH near my work has one of the bicycles, and it's so nice.
I won a donut last night...Even with all the losing, I still love Tim Horton's!!
Hmm i wonder... i was talking to Lelila about this a bit back..
It is about the myth of rolling up the entire rim and not just that one section and winning a prize.
So i guess my question is who actually has this PERSONALLY happned too,or who has seen proof of this happening to someone they know by name...
My personal belief right now is that this is a myth as everyone i talk to claims "it happened to a friend of mine."
It happened to me.
I rolled up the rim, and won a brand new Ford Explorer.
Want proof? Here is a picture of me at the Grand Prize Ceremony.
The grand prize celebration was at Canada's Wonderland?
(I think i recognized that background)
Let me guess, you then sold the car and put the money towards College tution, some dental work, and a membership to a gym?
Good story, too bad it was made up.
Well seeing as he doesn't drive, we know he doesn't have the vehicle.
I want some more proof Andrew. After searching for your name everywhere as being a winner, I came up with NOTHING! Otherwise I think you are lying.
Well according to a very reliable source, I was right! You were lying....again. Surprise, surprise!! That picture is apparantly old and is of you doing one of those promotional gigs with a radio station, where you call in, get a key, and if the key starts the car, you win it. I guess you lost.
Yeah, a leopard never changes his spots!!
Hey I remember that picture, It was taken like 2001 or something at Wonderland.
LOL...and you're not even my source!!!
[link=http://www.angelfire.com/fl/FreeZoner/Wonderland2.html]Some other proof I found...[/link]
Take a good look at the pictures and the explanation of what is happening.
Nice try Andrew
I'm just impressed that i knew it was Canada's Wonderland from the picture!
Think what you want, but I am telling the truth.
None of my story is made up, I can assure you.
Once again...more proof is needed.
It wasn't from Tim Hortons, but it was a "Roll Up the Rim" contest.
Why do I really have to prove myself to you or anybody else?
I know that I did, and that's all that counts.
Oh riiiiiiiiiight, the Other "roll up the rim to win game"...
...and whose promotion would that be? McDonalds?
If you are indeed telling the truth, why do you still feel the urge to constantly to defend yourself? You can't provide evidence, you can't put "your money were your mouth is" You expect us to belive your word on this one, and anyone that knows your history, knows what a huge mistake that would be.
I don't know what your Problem is Andrew, but I bet it has a really complicated name.
As much fun as it is to call Andrew out and catch him in (yet another) lie, I'm going to have to ask that this stop.
We are getting much too far off topic and I don't like to see fights on any of our Canadian Forums.
If you guys want to continue take it to PM's or I can see about making a "Private Forum" for you guys to settle your differences in.
Maybe it wasn't clear, but this roll-up-the-rim, was at Pizza Pizza, in the summer of 2000.
I rolled up the rim, and revealed the words, Grand Prize. To then I was invited to Canada's Wonderland, a couple months later, for the Grand Prize Ceremony, (When that picture was taken).
But I shall not bore you with the rest of the story. The rest is, shall you say, history...