Oh Canada. You’re so dirty.
Patriotic tweeps have twisted seemingly innocent Canadianisms into Canadian sex euphemisms, causing the term to, umm, climax on Twitter.
There were the obvious Tim Hortons innuendos, as well as some unexpected references (a special hat tip to the Ogopogo-inspired contribution), and of course someone found a way to take a dig at Toronto.
Take a look at some of the most clever Canadian sex euphemisms below. (In polite Canadian fashion, they’re fairly SFW. But you’ll probably never look at a stubby bottle the same way again.)
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<strong>WHAT IT MEANS:</strong> A toonie is a $2 Canadian coin, which followed the cue of the loonie (named after the image of the aquatic bird that graces the $1 coin). <strong>IN A SENTENCE:</strong> "Hey buddy, can I borrow a toonie? I need to get a Double Double (see the next slide)."
<strong>WHAT IT MEANS:</strong> A Double Double refers to a coffee (often from Tim Hortons) with two creams and two sugars. <strong>IN A SENTENCE:</strong> "Yes, hi, I'd like to order a Double Double."
<strong>WHAT IT MEANS:</strong> When food, however unappealing it is, is all you <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/05/10/newfoundland-tourism-video-gutfoundered_n_3254578.html" target="_blank">crave at the end of the day. Or, you're just very hungry.</a> <strong>IN A SENTENCE:</strong> “Your mind wanders when it’s gut-foundered. Is it going to be take-out? Is it going to be pizza?”
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