Devastated donut lover Maelle Dobson took to Facebook to pen a eulogy for her ruined chocolate dip Tim Horton’s donut. We’ve all experienced the same woes before. You order a delicious chocolate dip or Boston Cream to go, only to find once you’ve reached your destination that your donut poor donut has been practically mutilated. The chocolate glaze is no more and you’re left with a sad sad donut. Maelle’s eulogy pretty much sums up how we’ve all felt at some point in time.

Dear Tim Hortons,

It is with a great pang in my heart that I show you the image of the recent and traumatizing death of my lover that occurred today at approximately 4pm EDT. Upon opening your bag to bask in the glory of my chocolate dip goodness, I once again had to witness the tearing of icing flesh from the dough I oh so love.

I shudder as I write this.

In my efforts to scrape the sweet nectar from the inside of the bag with my teeth, it ripped and I regretfully ate some of the bag. At that point, it was too late to turn back; I had to get my money’s worth. I am not proud of the things I have done, Tim, but know that in my moments of sorrow, only your rich brown sugar paste could console me.10247338_268212093357172_2097867984244274390_n (1)
This is but one of many casualties that I have horrifically had to experience while being a faithful Tim Hortons customer (and thereby making me an honorary Canadian citizen). Please come to a solution where the deaths of chocolate dip doughnuts and its brethren will no longer have to suffer at the unmerciful hands of Tim Hortons bags all over the country.

I have seen so much… I don’t know if I’ll ever be the same. Hold me, Tim Hortons. Please, just hold me.

Finally someone who understands and could fully covey the depth of emotion that flows when a perfectly delicious, much-anticipated, chocolate dip donut is ruined.

And the best part? Tim Horton’s responded! We beg of you Tim’s, do not allow this madness to continue! Too many donuts have lost their lives already.Screen Shot 2015-11-01 at 11.34.30 PMAnd now for a moment of silence for all the delicious pastries lost — donuts and otherwise.