A city located on Lake Ontario that thinks it rules but in reality, it sucks.
Toronto prides itself with being diverse with Indonesian, Chinese and Muslims of all sorts. But unfortunately they are so caught up with trying to make these people feel welcome that white people get left behind. Just watch City TV. There is this ugly ass dark skin foreign news woman that looks like a hairy ass and the only reason she got the job is because she isn't white. I don't know about you but i'd rather watch a hot white woman on TV. All of these young professional Indonesian women try to dress like business women and take pride in their ethnicity. They also like to go to this coffee shop called Timothy's that is for faggots. Then they sit in there with their chinese and black friends and talk about issues and how they find it challenging to cut in in Canada with white people when it's them that cause the real problem.
It is also full of faggots and adademics that preach gay rights, and like to bash Americans. That pisses me off large because they live the same type of life as Americans but they still like to lay insults. I also can't stand gay men that carry a man purse or fag bag. They look like fucking pussies and they spend all their time in the salon getting highlights.
Even the white people there are assholes. They think that just because the Blue Jays play in Toronto that they have a Major League City. As a result all sorts of posers emerge. The most evident are the Jamaicans and other immigrants for that matter that pretend they are Harlem Hustlers. They think it will get them selves far to act like Finch Ave is gangsta just like the Bronx but they just end up putting gas in my car ten years down the road. You know who you are and lets's not forget the exco wiggers too.
Torontonians think that their city rules but they are the only ones that are really impressed. Anyone that has been to Chicago, New York, Montreal or Calgary know the meaning of a real city.
The only people that I don't mind are the greeks, jews, and Italians because Italian Women are beautiful and all of those people are pretty outgoing and they do a good job getting along with normal people. In other words they are basically white and they are definitely compatable.
Jamaican: Hey mon I'm too stupid to pass literacy test clown. Yo hustla, I like listening to jams of Kardinal Offishal talking about thug life so gangsta yeahh. Maybe someday the Americans will give props to Canadian rap hommie ganja smoker foole.
Indonesian: Ya holmes I wish Toronto was as dangerous as Detroit. Violence is just so Gangsta. I ride the 36 Finch Ave bus because i'm too poor to drive mon. Tomorrow I'm going to Scarlem to wear my baggy raptors jersey with my other gangsta hommies yo. That will get me far in life mon.
Pakistani woman with job: Ahhh. How I wish there were more opportunities for pakistani women. I think it is so unifair that white people can get jobs. Well got to get back to work so I can fund Al Quada back in the old country.
faggot: Oh my god I like so love these alian sunglasses and ugg boots they are so cute. And I love getting my salad tosses by people of all ethnicities.
Hot White female from London that everyone wants to do: (steps on the bloor danforth subway) Oh my god lets we should have taken the car. This train totally smells like diversity.
Rural Ontarian: Man I hate going into Toronto because those faggots and paki's don't understand that farmers grow food that feeds the gayest city on earth.
The 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.
I love Toronto.
Toronto 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.
Toronto kicks massive ass.
The 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:more...
- 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 ...
One 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.
"I wish I could live in Toronto."
"My city sucks, so I'll just rag on Toronto."
"I've never been to Toronto, but my mommy says it is bad."
"Toronto is the greatest."
"I'm a racist Albertan, so I don't like Toronto!"
"Oh no, Toronto makes us rednecks feel like a minority! Time to take the truck back to the farm in Alberta."
"Quebec sucks, parts of Montreal look like they are about to be demolished. Until you realize people actually live there! I wish I could leave this place and get to Toronto!"
The only Canadian city that still has MLB and the NBA and may get an NFL team. A city with the most underrated architecture and diverse neighbourhoods. Perhaps that's why Jane Jacobs lived there. Interesting streetscapes, a public transit system that at worst could be described as "adequate", a lively arts scene, employment, and civic pride. A bit of a late bloomer in the international scene, Toronto is ambitious, look at the film festival for instance. The term world class has lost meaning, call it what you want, it's a great city. To believe that a majority of people in Toronto are ugly or self-centered or is akin to racism. People aren't afraid to live, and we all have moments of pleasure, impatience, insecurity, pride, ecstasy, joy. If you can see that collage in Toronto, the dualities and diversity in experience you can appreciate it for what it is. A large group of people, buildings and experiences that interplay and create something new everyday.
A sampling of architecture- Van der Rhoe's modernism, 1 King West, the City Halls, the Canada Malting Plant, Liberty Village, the Distillery District, Hart House (the the University of Toronto in general), the OCAD building, the new AGO and ROM crystals, countless Victorians, the CN Tower, St. Lawrence Hall, the Allen Lambert Galleria at BCE Place, the art deco of Tip Top Tailors, the CHUM city building, the Flat Iron Building
The largest city in Canada. Provincial capital and national centre of arts, business, financial, and media sectors.
Inspires many negative definitions on the website urbandictionary.com. Some have suggested that this proliferation may result from Torontonians having better things to do in their city than writing diatribes about other cities. Residents of these other cities are afforded more solitude and idle time from a lack of nearby entertainment.
Most residents of Toronto proper and visitors agree that it is a city that is coming into its own as worldwide destination. Proudly boasts the least crime of all major cities in Canada and a storied hockey team that will hopefully win the Stanley Cup again before the next ice age.
"I was in Toronto last month. They don't even have a stampede!" - Calgarian
A great city to live in. Some people are full of themselves and like to think the sun shines for them and only for them, but the majority of people in Toronto are truly good people. Many interesting and beautiful neighbourhoods to explore, and great restaurants/ bars/ cafes etc. One negative thing is that the city continually tears down historic buildings, and build ugly "modern" looking ones. like the Royal Ontario Museum's crystal extension. We also tend to ignore the impoverished people in our city, such as the community of Regent Park, Jane and Finch, or parts of Scarborough. Crime is a problem in Toronto, but so is it in any other city of it's size. Actually, for it's size, Toronto has a very low crime rate. Public transit is okay, could be better. But I've deffinately seen worse. All in all, Toronto is a great city to live in. My favourite neighbourhoods include: The Annex, Queen Street West, and the Harbourfront.
"Hey everybody, Toronto isn't perfect - but it is still a great city to be in!"