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“Timmy's" first high-school football coach insisted that he play linebacker, arguing that he was "too athletic" for QB.”
“I liked the Brooks leather saddle and handlebar tape, which had a Famous Five sort of feel to them (they'd match Timmy's lead and Anne's satchel).”
“They're Andrew's favourite kind, and our Timmy's doesn't carry them any more (nor does our Great Canadian Bagel) so he's been at a loss for some time.”
“In his classes, three hours passed in what felt like thirty minutes, we all knew his phone extension because of it's correlation with a Swiss Chalet story he told us on day 1, and somebody would always return from break with a cup of tea from Timmy's for him, which he would always pay for.”
“Don't take the wind out of Timmy's sails - as a "staunch Atlanticist" he's obliged to write twaddle of the kind above.”
“His parents hocked their wedding rings at one point to raise money in support of young Timmy's career.”
“Besides as long as there's one guy in the neighbourhood with one, buying that guy a case of beer or Timmy's is much cheaper than buying a snowblower.”
“If America is overrun with Starbucks, Canada is downright infested with Timmy's.”
“What does he think about the way his party is all snuggled up with the oil industry, french kissing it, in the closet, for seven minutes at Timmy's party?”
“Timmy's footing gave way and he pitter-pattered his feet a little higher.”
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