The new extra large size of Tim Hortons cup is 24 oz. The human bladder only holds about 16oz. Does this mean all drinkers of the "new size" stuck in confined situations (road trips, board meetings), will have dribbling bladders? Yes kids, it does. Depends adult diaper sales will increase ten-fold to account for this new size of coffee.
I ordered a medium, but was mistakenly given a large. I have already peed 3 times in the past two hours. This is not looking promising.
How can people drink the new extra large size:
- without peeing their pants?
- without having a caffiene induced seizure?
- without the huge cup going cold?
- when the pure size of the cup makes it awkward to place in a car's cup holder?
- when they will lose all of their friends due to "looking douchey"
This new cup is basically the size of a large thermos. It looks awkward to carry, awkward to drink out of and it is too fricken tall (I'd guestimate it's about as tall as a spry cat standing on its hind feet, so quite tall..).
The poor workers at Tim Hortons are forced to say "You ordered a medium, I need to let you know the "new" medium is the "old" large." Why not just say "order a size down if you don't wanna look like a fatty" because that seems to be appropriate.
I always kind of thought ordering a large "triple-triple" was acceptable, but with the new sizing, ordering an extra large "quadruple-quadruple" just screams DOUCHEY.
This has all occurred because Tim Hortons moved to the US, where people are more inclined to need to supersize everything. Gone is the cute little small size, which toddlers who enjoyed a hot chocolate, might miss dearly.
Anyways, don't order that extra large. I might judge you, unless you have a huge exam coming up, and in that case get yourself some speed or maybe try sleeping like normal people do.