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“So rather than asking their budget for the hat at the department store, I dangle the price tags, and talk about whether they need a touque, a homburg, or a top hat to suit the occasion.”
“Martin turned to the old man nestled in a wheelchair, an old green blanket on his lap, liver spotted face wrinkled and pale, too-big ears tucked up under a knit touque.”
“Yesterday I was snapping some pictures of Buddy in his new camouflage touque.”
“Enough of my whining, I'm off to eat my back-bacon sandwich and watch the hockey game while wearing my new touque .. pretty awesome eh?”
“I guess I should reciprocate by asking her what her touque, or her hockey puck, looks like.”
“These are what Hoser Hats actually are, although I use the term, in a jocular kind of way, for any touque.”
“Canada Day comes a day early on this side of the Pacific, and Tokyo in July is a bit warm for the traditional national costume of wrist-to-ankle Stanfields, checked flannel shirt, jean, kodiak boots and touque, but don't worry about me, I will be celebrating in the traditional manner:”
“PS: I don't think you'll have to give up the touque for quite a while yet.”
“Then that started the discussion about the "toque" (chef's hat), which then confused jessica because Canadians always assume toque = touque = tuque = winter hat.”
“But people sometimes spell it toque (like the chef's hat which isn't pronounced the same) or touque.”
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