Dipping Donuts at Tim Hortons

The following is a review of the five “dip” doughnuts at the Tim Hortons located on Central Avenue in Toledo, OH.


Vanilla dip


I asked for original

But she heard vanilla

Desolation inevitable

I forged a smile

Vapor rub and drippy lip

Dipped just a little of my tip

Piping hot and a slight roast

I ripped my donut for the dunk

Soak for 2 seconds

Then splash on the up

Begrudgingly I put

The mush into my mouth

Swapping texture for air

The coffee was barely there.




Honey dip timber


I could only afford one

So therefore I reform to inform

That my vicious bite was so swift

That flavor eluded to the gates of Valhalla


[editor’s note: Mike forgot to take the picture of this one]

Original chocolate dip


A deep roast with a hint of bitter and dough

This one’s a winner

Just lay tongue on the coco

And whisper I love you


Chocolate dip


Stomach full

Pocket light

No looking forward

to this delight

Soft and lush

Like a fresh baby’s bum

I regret having to lay

One bite on my tongue

I took another

Then two more two

And soon realized

I had more work to do.



Unnamed dip


Light crispy disk

Vaginal soul

How I crave

Your sour dough

Spun on my finger

Play on my tongue

You and I my treat

Were meant to be one

A nibble here

Three dips for the plunge

How I crave your sponge

No sugar to coat

No dough to delude

You my friend

Are one sweet dude



About Michael Medlen

My name is Michael and during my free time I avoid having a day job. Strangely enough, this gives me the freedom to run this blog. I write just about anything that can be considered art. I also occasionally post articles that may or may not be relevant to the theme of this site. You’ve been warned.
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