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T-DOT
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Toronto variation of T.O.
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T.O.
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meaning Toronto, Ontario. Going to T.O. for the weekend eh!
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Take Off
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Express disbelief in what was said, "get out of here"
"Take off you hoser!"
Lol, i soo remember this from Bob and Doug Mackenzie. It was soo funni. Take Off Comment by: Sarah   
it's not all negative it can just be like "lets take off eh" Comment by: jas   
GREAT WHITE NORTH ALL THE WAY!!! take off you hoser Comment by: trevor    Rated:5/5
in n.b we also use book-er Comment by: b   
"Take off!" as in "Get lost!" Comment by: Stick   
In Sask. we use this just to mean "let's get out of here". We also use book-er. Comment by: CB   
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take the piss
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Take the mickey like saying something about someone
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the "in & out" store
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meaning the Beer Store, because of the large in and out signs that were at all Brewers' Retail stores' parking lots
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the 11th province
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meaning Florida, because of the amount of Canadians that visit and own property there
Never heard it called this, but it's so true. Comment by: Rick   
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the 51st state
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meaning Canada,and our dependence on the USA
In America Pueto Rico is often referred to as the 51st state. I've heard Canada called America's Hat plenty of times though. Comment by: PNX   
Excuse me: Puerto Rico* Comment by: PNX   
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the bad side of the moon
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meaning Sudbury, Ontario, from NASA testing the first lunar vehicles there in the slag heaps of the mines.
Also a kick ass April Wine song! Comment by: Matt   
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The City
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Halifax, Nova Scotia, to those who live in Nova Scotia.
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The Golden Horseshoe
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the area from Toronto to Niagara Falls, the richest area of the country historically!
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The Hammer
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Hamilton Ontario
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The Hat
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Medicine Hat, Alberta
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the rock
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the province of Newfoundland
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The Six
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A nickname for Toronto - Made popular by Canadian rapper Drake - It represents the number 6 in the number 416, which is the area code for Toronto.
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Thunderbox
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Washroom, Ex: Where did Fred go? He's in the Thunderbox.
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Timbit
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The centre of a doughnut... See also Timmie's
It actually refers to a small round pastry with the same texture as a dough nut and often smothered with sugar or choclate icing. Comment by: Chris    Rated:2/5
mmmmmm timbits Comment by: ...   
God, I love those.. Comment by: Alice   
i loveeee timbits ^_^ Comment by: Music-Junkie   
Chris, they are the same thing as American doughnut holes. It's a given that they are pastries of the same texture as doughnuts. Comment by: Mister   
Never heard of these until today, nor timmies, but it seems to be pretty common in CA Comment by: YO!Americano   
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Timmie or Timmie's
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Posted by: Canuck WordsmithRating:1.3  
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Said of a cuppa coffee; or the place where it is a bought... < I need a Timmie's. Let's go to Timmie's. > Timmie's is named after "Tim Horton's", a chain of coffeeshops, found all over CANADA. See also "Double-double".
wicked Comment by: kaylee    Rated:5/5
Also Timmy Ho's Comment by: DanKat    Rated:4/5
Timmies is the greatest. Starbucks can't compare! Comment by: ana   
I liked Timmie's coffee so much better when I could only go to Canada to get it. Now it's down the street from my house in Michigan and it tastes like everyone else's coffee. Comment by: Steve J.   
Timmies Rocks. We've got one as far south as bangor maine, But If I go, I got to Edmunston. Right Bub's? Comment by: SuperMainer   
ok not all canadians like timmies. in fact i know more ppl who like starbucks better. Comment by: canadianbluestar   
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Timmies Hoe
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A female employee of Tim Hortons. eg. "Did you see that Timmies Hoe by?"
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Timmies Joe
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A male employee of Tim Hortons. eg. "Poor bastard got a new job as a Timmies Joe pimping coffee"
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Timmies Run
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GO to Tim Horton's . as in "I'm going on a Timmies Run" .
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Timmy's
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Tim Hortons, popular coffe shop and donut store
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Toon Town
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Saskatoon Saskatchewan
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Toonie
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The two-dollar coin... See also Loonie.
"Actually spelled Toonie"
it's twoonie Comment by:   
it's toonie... Comment by: canada girl   
I still think they should've called it a doubloon. It's easier to spell and people already associate it with coins. Lets just hope they don't make a 5 dollar coin from wood and call it a woody. . . Comment by: A Canuclklehead   
it is toonie Comment by: it reallt is toonie   
it's both. i have seen both spellings in newspapers. Twoonie and toonie. let's not fight. (big group hug) Comment by: lost in translation   
Toonie aka. two loonies Comment by: DUFF   
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TOQUE
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A wool hat warn during winter. Called a Beanie in most other places. "It's cold outside, you should put on a Toque and some Mits."
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Tulip Patrol
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local Niagara Falls expression meaning the Niagara Parks Commission Police
Planting Tulips = sucking dick Never heard of Tulip Patrol Comment by: HUH   
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