Must be a United States airport.
I expect it’s a U.S. border crossing, but if it’s in an airport, it’s probably a Canadian airport. (Most of the major Canadian airports have U.S. border controls in them; that way, you can go through customs and immigration before getting on the plane, and the flight can land in the U.S. as if it were a domestic one.)
Tim Horton’s already has stores in the US. Although …
Burger King bought Timbos so that BK could declare themselves a Canadian company for the purpose of dodging some US taxes. However …
In my part of the world, Timbo and Wendy are living living together, intimately sharing accommodations in the same store building.
Hey, remember the movie prediction about the franchise wars? From Demolition Man? I think that’s what’s going on now.
Haha! Make sure you don’t have any toenail clippers with you! 😛
If I didn’t know any better, I’d say that he just peed himself.
“Well, did you bring it? Did you bring the coffee?”
“They were on to me, I had to ditch the goods, I’m sorry.”
“You can save your apologies for the boss…”
He was also bringing some vegetables he ate before departure, but after that scare, not anymore…
Do not ever answer that question with maniacal laughter.
I learned the hard way.
“No?” is also not a good answer.
I once spent two weeks volunteering on a remote jobsite in Puerto Rico, and the airport security made me get out of line and scrub the residual dirt crust off my boots before getting on the plane back to the US. I ended up just throwing away my work pants. We had a schedule to keep.
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