People are baffled about winning potato wedges from Roll Up the Rim
The prize you didn’t even know you could win is causing disgust, delight
The appearance of potato wedges among this year's Roll Up the Rim prizes is creating a kerfuffle, with winners expressing a range of happiness, confusion and disgust.
The Tim Horton's contest kicked off at the beginning of February, with the coffee chain saying they'll give away 49 million coffee and food prizes by the time it wraps up in mid-March.
Of those prizes, 10 per cent – or nearly 5 million – will be potato wedges.
The first step in wedge acceptance is knowing that they exist.
YO JUST SO EVERYONE KNOWS U CAN WIN POTATO WEDGES W ROLL UP THE RIM <a href="https://t.co/yMxe4POZ9m">pic.twitter.com/yMxe4POZ9m</a>—@Reece_williamss
Wow first play and I won roll up the rim to win... Wait... Potato wedges...?—@tdwright_
<a href="https://twitter.com/Sean_YYZ">@Sean_YYZ</a> I've also won potato wedges. Feels like it's this year's "Please play again"...—@gloughto
When you finally win on a <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/RollUpTheRim?src=hash">#RollUpTheRim</a> cup but it's potato wedges <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TimHortons?src=hash">#TimHortons</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/justwantedafreecoffee?src=hash">#justwantedafreecoffee</a> <a href="https://t.co/U2ufJOLRQ5">pic.twitter.com/U2ufJOLRQ5</a>—@terrycmclean
winning free potato wedges in Roll up the Rim is hilarious. I see you're enjoying a coffee at 9am, can I interest you in some POTATOES—@breeendaaan
Guess who just won potato wedges from roll up the rim <a href="https://t.co/8oBH53n2AR">pic.twitter.com/8oBH53n2AR</a>—@julia_diakos
I have 3 projects due in the next 2 days, I'm so stressed but all is good because I won potato wedges with roll up the rim—@BourlonClaudia