As the mayor of Toronto, I’ve always been known for my ambitious plans to improve the city. But what most people don’t know is that I have a secret fetish – I have a thing for feet. At first, I tried to ignore it, thinking it was just a passing phase. But as time went… Continue reading My Secret Foot Fetish
The Secrets about Toronto You Never Knew
As the mayor of Toronto, I was known for my ambitious plans to improve the city. But one day, I stumbled upon a secret network of tunnels in the city’s sewer system, and what I found there shocked me to my core. I had heard rumors of hidden tunnels and underground worlds beneath the city,… Continue reading The Secrets about Toronto You Never Knew
The heat of summer
Greetings Torontonians, Your friend and former mayor here. I was taking a stroll the other day in the wretched humidity and decided to cut my walk short for fear that my asthma would hinder my ability to walk or control my bladder much longer. I’d like to talk to you about the upcoming mayoral election.… Continue reading The heat of summer
Still here, folks!
Hey Toronto! Much to the dismay of my enemies, I am still alive and kicking (quite hard , might I add) After the G20 ripped through our great city and took the most sincere innocence that this once great city possessed, I have been weeping dearly, locked deep within my mansion inside my bedroom. My… Continue reading Still here, folks!
What a beautiful spring!
Greetings Torontonians, I haven’t updated my blog here in a while and I’ve decided to take the time to make an update today. I am absolutely enjoying the beautiful weather lately, I can’t wait for the temperatures to continue rising. I love to take long walks by myself in my North York neighborhood and breathe… Continue reading What a beautiful spring!
Giambrone : You Narrowed Alot More Than Landsdowne
Greetings Friends, Now I’m not one to personally get involved in a Mayoral election race. Especially since I have long since vowed to stay out of active politics since retiring as one of the longest running mayors in Canada. Many people have stopped me on the streets and asked, “why does politics have to be… Continue reading Giambrone : You Narrowed Alot More Than Landsdowne
2010 : A new year ; New hope for Toronto
Greetings Friends, I am looking out of my study window at my home in North York as I write this. The sky is a crisp and clear blue. I can sense the coming spring — just around the corner. Like most of you, I am counting down the days until we can get excited about… Continue reading 2010 : A new year ; New hope for Toronto
Christmas is just around the corner!
Although the holidays in Toronto tend to be more of a cold / wet / slushy experience, I try not to let that put a hamper in my holiday spirit.
Time for another grey , dreary November!
Hello there, Friends! Your friend & former Mayor here. Just checking in to see how all of you Torontonians are doing! Doesn’t it seem like it has been raining forever? I cant remember the last time I saw the clear blue sky and the golden sun shining down. Hopefully the rain will stop soon. I’ve… Continue reading Time for another grey , dreary November!
Fall is just around the corner
Hey friends, Your former Mayor here. I can start to see fall coming, just around the corner! Fall is truly a wondrous time; a change of seasons brings a crisp and refreshing outlook. Soon it will be Halloween, then Christmas, then New Years! During my tenure as mayor of our great city, Toronto, I always… Continue reading Fall is just around the corner