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Knob Idol – Canadian week. Vocabulary and Institutions.

Here’s a video on a cherished Canadian institution and a few truly national words. Medium Double Double and timbits.


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4 Responses to “Knob Idol – Canadian week. Vocabulary and Institutions.”

  1. I enjoyed that. I think you should have known that five timbits would have come in a bag. We have those here in the US, but we call them munchkins. Timbits just sounds funny.

  2. Melissa says:

    That video didn’t explain what a double double is?! :P I don’t know where in the US Shannon is from, but here in the midwest, timbits are pragmatically called donut holes. I don’t know which sounds worse.

  3. TIM HORTONS!!! OMG I MISS IT… i lived in Newfoundland and in Toronto for a short time. YUMMY

  4. Norris says:

    You lived in Newfoundland? Yowsers.. i never knew that! Try explaining to people in SL that you are SLT + 4.5 hours… :-)

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