There’s currently an international battle for donut supremacy being waged. And all of must take a side.
This donut war is being waged right in front of our eyes; every time we watch hockey. Pay attention tonight when the Chicago Blackhawks are possibly eliminated by the Detroit Red Wings. The battlefield for these donut wars covers more territory than just this old Norris division rivalry. Every time you turn on NBC Sports to watch a hockey playoff game, take notice of the Tim Horton’s billboard in the corner of the rink.
Then look closer to center ice to see the Dunkin’ Donuts ad. Yes, for the first time since the War of 1812, the United States and Canada are at each other’s throats.
And as the South Park full length feature film taught us, the idea of a war between Canada and the U.S. is kind of hilarious. As long as it’s being waged via donut sales; not military might.
Tim Horton’s advertises for all Chicago Blackhawks games; even though there are no Tim Hortons in Chicago. Or ...