What's the most Canadian thing to tattoo on your body? For a guy in Regina, it would be getting a Tim Hortons tattoo on his head. Korby Regan's Tim Hortons tattoo journey went public back in 2015, and since then more people have gotten tattoos to show their love for Canada's beloved coffee chain.
In an interview with CBC, Regan outlined the story of how his friend offered to tattoo him for free. Regan's friend told him to get something he really liked. He immediately decided to go with the Tim Hortons logo tattooed on the side of his shaved head! Talk about showing some Canadian pride through coffee.
"I just love Tim Hortons," Regan told CBC. "Some people think I'm crazy. But they have dragons and skulls on their heads."
He also mentioned that he's received free coffee and donuts from promoting Tim Hortons on his head, depending on which branch he goes to.
"It wasn't about what I get out of it though. I just like it," he added.
Well, now we've gathered all of the known Tim Hortons tattoos out there for your viewing pleasure. In no particular order, take a look at some of the tattoos we've found:
A couple of people even have animals enjoying Tim Hortons tattooed on their bodies. We'd like to think that our furry friends would enjoy a cup of Tims, if they could!
Others chose to display their names in the style of Tim Hortons' logo, or turned it into a tribute to their mom.
And on Monday, July 22, Buffalo, New York's country music station, Country 106.5 WYRK tweeted about buyer's remorse.
Do you have any tattoos that you wish you could remove? @TimHortons https://t.co/SyXxmYLrch
In a totally Canadian turn of events, Tim Hortons has sparked another round of the Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman feud.
Someone on Twitter shared their "Iced Capp 2.0" (a combination of the classic Tims drink with Reynolds' gin) and it led the alcoholic beverage company to make a not-so-subtle dig at Laughing Man Coffee, Jackman's coffee company.
We'll allow it...Sorry @laughingmanco we heart some @TimHortons https://t.co/rGs07WxGHd
— Aviation American Gin (@Aviation American Gin)1621030217.0
According to Better Dwelling, the country's prices for "typical" homes have reached a new "all-time high." The benchmark reached a price of $731,600 in April, which is an increase of $18,100 from the month before.
The largest monthly price increases weren't in Vancouver or Toronto, like some may expect, but they were in the "far suburbs" of those to metropolises. The biggest increase was in Ontario's Southern Georgian Bay where prices jumped a whopping $43,100 to hit a benchmark price of $635,600.
Next was B.C.'s Fraser Valley where prices hit $1,020,700, an increase of $39,500. Finally, Kawartha Lakes, also in Ontario, saw a monthly price increase of $37,800 to land at a benchmark of $591,200.
As for annual price increases, the largest jumps were seen "in cities surrounding Greater Toronto."