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  • n. Plural form of toonie.


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  • Also, Watson paid much of the $10 000 bail for the arrested crew in toonies, to symbolize “doubloons” to keep with the piracy theme. » Blog Archive » Was the Farley Mowat in International Waters?

  • Invariably, Nolan loses the accessory for his brand new guy about an hour after I've fished out three toonies and purchased the damned thing: a bribe for being good while I stuff shampoo and socks in my basket.

    blog: March 2009

  • The homeless were thrown bags of toonies and hashish.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • I drinks lotsa toonies, an I nebber ben poysined *hick*

    WOAH!! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I always thought they should be called "doubloons" instead of "toonies," but I guess that's too complicated.


  • I've already been calling the coins toonies and loonies but I can't get myself to say EH!

    it's the little things

  • A donation container is set up in the lounge here at Branch 99; loonies, toonies and the folding paper stuff would be most welcome.

    Doing their bit

  • Like how it says on the vending machine that it takes loonies and toonies -- that took me about ten seconds to figure out.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • On the first, I put $20 in toonies in my pocket and give it to whoever asks until it's gone.

    Planned Giving

  • One time I was walking from one metro station to another, with a pocket full of toonies, and I realised I'd walked past a guy with a cup sitting on a bench, so I went back and gave him a toonie and said "Sorry, I didn't see you."

    Planned Giving


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