Singing, dancing Tim Hortons cashier spreads the love

A Tim Hortons store front. (QMI AGENCY FILE PHOTO)

A Tim Hortons store front. (QMI AGENCY FILE PHOTO)

Sheena Goodyear, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 4:27 PM ET

Tim Hortons cashier Terri Marshall started doing a little song and dance number for Roll Up The Rim winners at McMaster University last year, and the students loved it so much, she decided was "gonna do something good," this time around.

"Last year I did a little dance -- it was a split second -- and everybody in line started killing themselves laughing," said the Hamilton, Ont., woman, who's been known to croon to customers about their "Holly jolly donuts" at Christmas.

"I'm always high strung. Once I'm behind a counter I'm there to please -- put a smile on people's faces."

 

Her latest dance number -- a mock Gangnam Style she does for every winner -- has gone viral online, racking up over 200,000 hits.

"It's the highlight of my day whenever she gives me coffee. We all know and love her," wrote YouTube commenter Rob Anderson.

Of her newfound Internet fame, Marshall said: "I'm lovin' it."


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