“Being fired for giving away a Timbit is obviously disgusting, but ever since this story aired, I've been dying for a donut.”
“Even though a Timbit is worth exactly 16 cents, the rules are what they are.”
“For those of you not in the know, a Timbit is like a donut hole.”
“According to an article in Wikipedia, someone with that name born today in St. Guillaume, Quebec, might be given the nickname "Timbit," though if he lived in Donat's adopted hometown of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, the moniker "Munchkin" would be more likely.”
“Fired a mother of four - a single mother of four, in fact - for giving away a Timbit to a baby.”
“I have been fired for giving a baby a Timbit," Lilliman said yesterday.”
“They said, ` Remember, Monday you gave out a free Timbit, '" she said.”
“Tim Hortons fires single mom over free Timbit [Toronto Star] (Photo: FlyGuy92586)”
“The chain said the worker was caught on video "stealing" the donut hole, which, in the mysterious Canadian language, is apparently called a "Timbit" and looks freaking delicious.”
“Put it this way: It always starts out with just a tiny little Timbit, but if these giveaways aren't immediately stopped, it leads to employees giving away larger items like Canadian Maple Donuts.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Timbit’.
Words known to Canadians. These may not be understood by other North Americans, eh?
There may be 50 words for snow, but how many words are there related to Tim's
What makes a donut? Deep-fried, sweetish dough. Hole not required.
Looking for tweets for Timbit.