Today, Tim Hortons timbits were trending on Twitter as Canadians took to the social media site to admit their #OtherUsesForTimbits.
As Narcity reports, the hashtag was quickly flooded with some pretty hilarious (even disturbing) joke confessions.
But as Canadians celebrated and skewered the popular, iconic treats, Americans expressed confusion. The donuts are completely foreign to most of the U.S. population. There are only a handful of Tim Hortons franchises in the States, and most of those are in the border states of Michigan and New York.
So in response to the trending topic, frustrated Americans offered some pretty hilarious guesses and asked some rather bizarre questions.
Global News first pointed out this phenomenon, but here are some of the funniest posts:
I'm not sure who Tim is or why they've chopped him up, but if it's the guy who lives in the next street from me, he's got big hands that could be used for holding soap, back scratcher, door stop, paper weight? 🤛💁♂️plus I know where to park my bike 🙄🍑
What the hell are timbits??? Because the answers here are extremely wide-ranging!! And no, I’m not googling it!! #OtherUsesForTimbits
A reason for me to google “Timbits” #OtherUsesForTimbits
#OtherUsesForTimbits what's that?
Most Americans who contributed to the discussion felt like Canadians owed them an explanation.
We feel bad for them.
A Tim What???
#OtherUsesForTimbits Listen, just let Tim keep his bits. He doesn't deserve what you're proposing to do to him.
Jokes about "Tim" were common.
#OtherUsesForTimbits Who's Tim and has he big bits
Step 1). What the fuck is a Timbit? #OtherUsesForTimbits
The trending topic also stoked competition between American chain Dunkin Donuts and Tim Hortons.
Some offered an idea of what timbits are like in the U.S.
I don't know where you guys are, but here in michigan Hortons is fucking disgusting, timbits are these weird little chemical tasting balls of cold grease.. I won't go there for anything. #OtherUsesForTimbits
I actually don't know what Timbits are, but my friend is married to a man named Tim and I feel like she might know #OtherUsesForTimbits
Quickly, the hashtag devolved into Americans just asking questions and Canadians complaining about Americans.
I came here for the #OtherUsesForTimbits too and all I see is Americans who aren't working the Google.
#OtherUsesForTimbits You can smuggle them across the border into the U.S. and secretly replace someone's Dunkin' Doughnuts doughnut holes with them. And they'll never know...Hahahahahaha! pic.twitter.com/21R1WAqPSe
Once Americans began to understand the value of timbits in Canada, they began to plot devious plans.
#OtherUsesForTimbits bribe Canadian border guards when you're trying to escape Planet Trump.
Stay tuned for more Tim Hortons news!