A sexual act, performed annually on the eve of Passover, using an "exchange rate" of 5 U.S. (men) to 2 Canadian (women). During the festivities, one man is designated as "Cal Ripken", a.k.a. "The Iron Horse", and must be involved for the entirety of the event, even if he is "hit by a pitch" (semen). It is also customary that one of the women disparages the size of one of the male participants, an unfortunate but completely avoidable situation with the appropriate amount of pre-game fluffing.

It should also be noted that anal access must be formally requested first (preferably in writing). Failure to do so will result in a 5-minute major, during which time the offending male will be chastised for his actions, but he may continue fluffing himself in an effort to stay in the game.

The Toronto is considered over when the two female participants pass out or a fake phone call is placed from the hotel front desk asking people to leave.
Me and four hosers got into the Toronto last night, and now it burns when I pee.
by The iron horse April 23, 2016
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Toronto is Akshay Kumar's Home.
After looting India & delivering 80 Flops, Akshay Kumar's ambitious dream to spend his whole life in his homeland called Toronto.
"This is my Home, Toronto is my Home, After I retire from this industry, I'm gonna come back & settle here"
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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.
by Torontonian December 12, 2003
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(verb) a rare lose in an NHL playoff elimination game when a team leading by 3 goals in the third period end up losing in sudden death overtime and being knocked out of the playoffs.
The Toronto Maple Leafs defined torontoed (on 13 May 2013) when they lost game 7 in a best of 4 playoff series, by losing 5-4 in overtime to the Boston Bruins when they lead 4-1 at the start of the 3rd period, subsequently being knocked out of the playoffs.

On 25 May 2013, the Chicago Blackhawks could have gotten torontoed last night by the Detroit Red Wings, whom were leading the playoff series 3-1 and were down 4-1 in the third period of game 5...but didn't.
by bviase May 26, 2013
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A revenue stream for all the unemployed people up north.
I went from Toronto to Owen Sound and all I saw were strippers and welfare bums.
by dinglefux July 2, 2013
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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
by A.Rz May 11, 2007
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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!"
by Jon310 October 17, 2008
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