Definition funny of Toronto:

urbanThe largest city in Canada. It's known for it's combination of great neighbourhood vibe, cosmopolitan flare, and horribly atrocious downtown architecture. (Unlike most major cities, it experienced it's big economic boom in the sixties, go figure.) Otherwise a peach of a town, with great nightlife (and with boozecans up the wazoo, for you after hours folks), and wickedly georgeous people. So fuck off.

urbanI love Toronto.

urbanToronto is the most cosmopolitan, ethnically-diverse city in Canada and, last time I checked, North America. Many Vancouverites and Montrealers can't accept this and say that Toronto is violence-ridden and that we have a drug problem, overlooking the fact that Vancouver's drug problem is so bad that they actually have detox centers run by the city where heroin addicts can get a safe hit. I won't even talk about Montreal, other than to say that they're whining bitches that can't deal with the fact that they're not Canada's biggest and best city in Canada and haven't been since the 70's. Also, all these small-town farmboys and rural mofos that talk about our crime problem and shit really have no idea what they're talking about because they are too busy fornicating with farm animals and relatives to come to Toronto to experience it first hand. Besides, we have the hottest women in the world, including Paris and New York. Period.

urbanToronto kicks massive ass.

urbanThe largest city in Canada with a population of 5.1 million (2006 census) situated by lake Ontario. A lively restaurant, bar, and nightclub scene. Interesting neighbourhoods (Little Italy, Beaches, Yorkville, Annex, Queen St E, Yonge & Eligible, Chinatown, etc.), excellent mixture of victorian, edwardian and post-modern architecture, excellent public transit system, and excellent business schools - a sophisticated city that draws the best and the brightest. Toronto is the Rome of Canada and unfortunately most Canadians hate Toronto for the following reasons: - Toronto has wealth, power and influence. Most Canadians resent anyone that is more successful than they are (penis envy). - It is the most diverse city in Canada. Most trailor trashes and rednecks are naturally not going to like the city. That's why they are in places like Barrie or North Bay. - Toronto media and culture dominates the country and Canadians are too weak and stupid to either change the channel or read any other newspaper other than the Globe and Mail - Toronto is a magnificent city that works extremely well for a city its size. Most countries support and nourish their great cities. However, Canadians have this natural tendency to tear down anything that reminds them what they are not - sophisticated and successful. Toronto is the city of the future. It is a hip, fun, lively city for that sets the benchmark for other Canadian cities. Ps. Those people who have been dislocated from Toronto because they were not bright or hungry enough to make it, or who resent the inflow of immigrants because they make white people feel like a minority in the city - STAY OUT. The city does not need any more stupid trailor trash, pikes, crack whores, rednecks or any other losers to pollute its gene pool.

urbanToronto, Canada, City, World City, Urban, Hip, Cool, Chic, Sophisticated, Wealth, Success, Power, Entrepreneurial

urbanOne of the best cities in the world, recently tied for 5th place in the Economist Intelligence Unit's "Top Places to Live" study. Best city in Canada by far. Has low crime (check the stats, dipshits!) and nice people.


Songs about Toronto:

songsBreak From Toronto [Explicit] by Partynextdoor from the Album Partynextdoor [Explicit] [+digital booklet]

songsTwlight Over Toronto by Motown Moe from the Album Metro Dreams

songsToronto Tontos (Deluxe Remastered Rock Candy Records) by Max Webster from the Album Max Webster

songsLand Of Make Believe (Live Vocal Edit (1973/Massey Hall, Toronto)) by Esther Satterfield from the Album 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best of Chuck Mangione

songs5 A.M. in Toronto (Instrumental) by Syndicate Sound Labs from the Album Drizzy Instrumentals, Vol. 2

songsIt's My Life (Live (2000/Toronto)) by Bon Jovi from the Album One Wild Night Live 1985-2001

songsLike A Stone (Recorded Live At Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Toronto, On April 20, 2011) by Chris Cornell from the Album Songbook (Amazon Exclusive Version) [Explicit]


Books about Toronto:

booksToronto Travel Guide 2014: Shops, Restaurants, Arts, Entertainment and Nightlife in Toronto, Canada (City Travel... by Avram F. Davidson (Jul 7, 2014)

booksToronto Collection Volume 3 (Toronto Series #10-13) by Heather Wardell (Jun 12, 2014)

booksToronto & Ontario South Travel Reference Map (International Travel Maps) by ITMB Publishing LTD (Jan 31, 2013)

booksToronto: Biography of a City by Allan Levine (Mar 17, 2015)

booksToronto Collection Volume 1 (Toronto Series #2-5) by Heather Wardell (Nov 30, 2011)

booksToronto Wall Calendar 2015 by MegaCalendars (Sep 1, 2014)

booksUndercover Jihadi: Inside the Toronto 18 - Al Qaeda Inspired, Homegrown, Terrorism in the West by Anne Speckhard, Mubin Shaikh and Jessica Stern (Oct 31, 2014)


Movies about Toronto:

moviesOn Tour... The OCEAN Halifax To Toronto On Canada's Famous Train 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com

moviesModern Times Wonders C.N. TOWER Toronto/Canada 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com

moviesOn Tour... THE CANADIAN Toronto To Vancouver Railriding The Rockies ! 2006 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com

moviesThe Toronto Welsh Choir - Live at the Regent Theater 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Directed by: Phil Nicols

moviesDestination Toronto 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 22 mins Directed by: Daval Productions

moviesLet's all Hate Toronto 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 13 mins Starring: Rob Spence Directed by: Albert Nerenberg

moviesVista Point TORONTO Canada 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com


Wiki information Toronto:

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Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. The history of Toronto began in the late 18th century when the British Crown purchased its...

University of Toronto
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The University of Toronto is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, situated on the grounds that surround Queen's Park. It was founded by royal charter in 1827 as King's College, the first institution of higher learning in the...