Originally Posted by Saucemaster
1. A woman's small, brimless, close-fitting hat.
2. A plumed velvet cap with a full crown and small rolled brim, worn in 16th-century France.
So you Canadians are either wearing women's hats, or velvet. Ahem.
Everyone who's surprised, raise your hand....
Listen bub, I already got shit going on with whodini right now, and I don't wanna start shit with you as well...
Toque, tuque, touque... all common spellings. The Canadian Oxford has toque as the main spelling, with tuque as an alternative (ie. the Frenchie way). Beanie just sounds like your asking for your ass to get kicked. Finally, saying toque just makes it seem like you're down with the whole Canadian thing... which I hear is very trendy amongst American youths these days. Or at least that's what our Ministry of Truth tells us.