a british term of 15th century origin; somewhat like a crumpet. Used on April 6th, known as "Toixt Day", where raspberry crumpets were baked with keys inside. The holiday is now defunct thanks to many key-related deaths, but the lucky few who survived opened treasure chests with their toixt-borne keys.
"Oh, Mother! Look at the wonderful prize I recovered from my TOIXT! I love this day, the 6th of April in the 15th century!'