Editor's note: Thank you for your email but we are sticking to titbits
, meaning a small piece of tasty food!
Ashleigh and Pudsey have been feeding us titbits
of their Royal Variety Performance, which is due to air on TV next month.
The orang-utans, howler monkeys and capuchins regularly enjoy titbits
I have collected from the market, and even the crested porcupines also eat some of the vegetables."
We don't feed her much and the kids only give her titbits
. The vet said she should go on a diet but she is getting even bigger.
Another winning entry was a slice of a ship and a third, entitled Domestic Disaster, was a selection of foam underwear and other titbits
Every day she breaks out of her cage and makes a run for it to a pub - where locals give her beakfuls of ale and titbits
The man who died from it was a manager by the name of Oscar He looked after all the birds and animals and I used to find him titbits
for the birds as I worked in the luncheonette.
We love the strange but true bit with such delightful shared titbits
from chefs like "a cockroach's favourite food is the glue on the back of a postage stamp".