It's finally that time of year! Tim Hortons Smile Cookie week is here and you know what that means. Canadians from coast to coast are posting photos of their interesting and sometimes unusual looking cookies.
2020 is the 24th year that Tim Hortons has been selling Smile Cookies to help local charities.
This year, you can get your hands on the sweet treats until September 20.
All of the proceeds from each cookie sold will go to more than 550 local charities in the communities where the Tims locations are.
Last year, $9.8 million was raised during the week these were available.
You can get them at Tims locations across the country right now for just $1 plus tax.
They're chocolate chunk cookies with blue icing eyes and pink icing smiles on top. While that sounds simple enough, the designs don't always go as planned.
Seeing how Smile Cookies turn out is actually an annual tradition for some Canadians.
That's continuing this year with people posting photos of their misshapen and unusual cookies on social media.
Even Tim Hortons got in on the fun on Twitter with a video that showed off some of the messed up sweet treats.
"Not every smile is perfect, but every smile counts," the coffee chain said.
Here are 17 social media posts of interesting looking Smile Cookies.
Big Eyes, Big Smiles
Tim Hortons advertisements for smile cookies look so pretty and aesthetically pleasing but in reality you get them… https://t.co/tyXHA2Piy4— amanda (@amanda) 1600126602.0
These people got a little more than they bargained for with these cookies that have lots of icing.
#SmileCookie week is on! Today until Sunday, buy a Smile Cookie from @TimHortons & help support a local charity… https://t.co/Ff7Y9rB0QC— Kyle Ferguson (@Kyle Ferguson) 1600118820.0
This particular cookie is a little bit fancier than it's buddy. It looks like it has winged eyeliner on!
Mrs Walton grabbed a smile cookie this morning! Don’t forget proceeds of smile cookies from Innisfil Tim Hortons wi… https://t.co/Pk1uJAkQvE— Killarney Beach P.S. (@Killarney Beach P.S.) 1600173444.0
We all have different face shapes and jawlines so it only makes sense that Smile Cookies reflect that whether it's a strongly define v-shaped jaw or a flat head.
ours were clearly made fresh! #SmileCookie https://t.co/kYcCSokr57— brielle (@brielle) 1600092907.0
Sometimes icing can get a bit runny especially if it's put on a hot treat so these people got some one-eyed cookies.
Have you had a chance to pick up a Smile Cookie at Tim Hortons this week? 100% of proceeds from each Smile Cookie s… https://t.co/D1oZr9W8Ex— 94.1 The Breeze (@94.1 The Breeze) 1600166097.0
These unsure smiles feel like an accurate representation of 2020.
One Eye Bigger Than The Other
Sometimes one eye is bigger than the other. That's life!
I just bought my #SmileCookie from @TimHortons. 100% of the proceeds from each #SmileCookie helps support local cha… https://t.co/gfXETIE3tQ— Doug Ford (@Doug Ford) 1600119628.0
Ontario Premier Doug Ford went out to get a Smile Cookie on the day they launched and show his support. His treat is in the shape of a heart!
This cookie is missing part of its smile. Maybe it lost its two front teeth?
A Third Eye
This is a VERY oddly shaped #SmileCookie from our friends @TimHortons! @BrettMegarry @McNabbonGlobal… https://t.co/hkb9Kcsoww— Greg Mackling (@Greg Mackling) 1600095536.0
This one looks like it has three eyes instead of two thanks to an extra dollop of blue icing.
Face Mask Covered Smile
The ultimate nod to 2020. This cookie has its smile covered by a face mask.