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For many Canadians, Christmas just isn’t Christmas until you get your hands on a nice, warm double-double.

If you don’t believe us, just ask Nova Scotia resident Lukas MacAulay. On Christmas morning, he, like many Canadians, needed a caffeine fix and decided to grab a cup of coffee from his local Timmy Ho’s in Truro, N.S. But when he pulled up in his vehicle, MacAulay says he found “most of the town” already waiting in line at the drive-thru, according to the CBC.

In a video he recorded at the time, you can see what looks like at least 100 cars packed bumper to bumper outside of the restaurant. The line-up literally disappears into the horizon!

Tims this morning……. Merry Christmas! !

Posted by Lukas Matthew MacAulay on Friday, December 25, 2015

Unlike the other seemingly-patient customers, the line was too much for MacAulay, who decided to pull out of the fray and make a video instead.

“Yup lol I said no thanks real quick,” he wrote on Facebook.

As much as we love our Tim’s, we think we’d have to say the same.

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