A Canadian term used to describe how you take your coffee - two teaspoons of sugar and two creams. Preferably used in any Tim Hortons location.
Server at your local coffee shop: Can I take your order?
You: Ya, I'll have a medium double-double.
A way Canadians order coffee, meaning double cream and double sugar. Most commonly heard at Tim Hortons coffee chain. Even in Quebec the same term is used but pronounced in French of course.
I'll have a large double-double and a boston cream donut.
A burger at IN-N-OUT with two meat and two cheese.
Yeah, I'll have a double double animal style with animal fries and a large lemonade.
Two cream, two sugar in a Tim Horton's Coffee (Canada's most popular donut/coffee shop)
"I'd like a large double-double and an old fashioned plain donut please."
The Canadian term for a coffee with double cream, double sugar.
*ordering at a coffee shop* "Could I get a double-double and a donut?"
A coffee from Tim Horton's, a coffee and donut chain in Canada and north east USA. A double-double is two cream two sugar in your coffee.
You going to Timmy's, get me a double-double.
2 glasses of wine, followed by 2 shots of espresso
;Cures sleepless anxiety
;Normally a lunch time fix
Hey Stephanie! Lets go to that Irish Pub, then to Starbucks, cuz i need a double double STAT!