Three Mississauga students scope the store's layout through the glass doors and come up with strategy. One will go left, the other right and the third straight ahead to the accessories table.
"You have to have a group strategy and you can't be too greedy," says one. "You have to decide what is the most important piece you want," says another. "I want the blue suit but the jacket is on one side and the pant is on the other side of the department. There is no chance of me getting both if I was alone."
Oh how I remember these girls, the had this hypebeast thing down to a tee. In the span for 4 plus hours they managed to:
- buy 4 rounds of coffee (Starbucks & 2nd Cup)
- steal a metal chair from Dundas square
- all three of them changed jackets
- although they weren't the most attractive looking bunch, but would still get a pass from me (smh) then they pulled out their lil death sticks and started killing themselves slowing right in front of me (biggest f'n turnoff)
- talked about clothes
- got on TV
- game planned
- created an awkward moment when one of them pulled out her Ray Bans (mines were already on)
Stephen Thompson (one of the few people willing to give his name) is an outsider here. He is neither fashionista nor frequent shopper – in fact, he owns a construction company. He has driven from Mississauga for the love of his wife: She has instructed him to get the tunic top she saw on a recent episode of Cityline, even drawn him a helpful picture.
No one tells him he is too far back in the line. No one tells him it is hopeless.
Respects to this man right here, He cam prepped with a drawing so he can buy a dress for his wife. Too bad he didn't get what he was looking for.
I always envisioned reading about myself in the newspaper, I'd just never thought it would say I was buying a dress.
wise words Paddy.
Mac MacGuff: Well, it's not easy, that's for sure. Now, I may not have the best track record in the world, but I have been with your stepmother for 10 years now and I'm proud to say that we're very happy. Look, in my opinion, the best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are. Good mood, bad mood, ugly, pretty, handsome, what have you, the right person is still going to think the sun shines out your ass. That's the kind of person that's worth sticking with.
Juno MacGuff: Yeah. And I think I've found that person.
What we do at 3am in the morning! Van Hopping
Celine: Yeah, I know. It's the same for us, tonight, though. After tomorrow morning, we're probably never going to see each other again, right?
Celine: We, maybe we should try something different. I mean, it's no so bad if tonight is our only night, right? People always exchange phone numbers, addresses, they end up writing once, calling each other once or twice...
Jesse: Right. Fizzles out. Yeah, I mean, I don't want that. I hate that.
Celine:I hate that too, y'know.
Jesse: Why do you think everybody thinks relationships are supposed to last forever
Celine: Yeah, why. It's stupid.
"Hello Zepp" is a piece of "incidental music" created for the movie's infamous, insane, shock of your life plot twists. You really have to listen to it or watch the movie to understand how the effects of this piece of music works.
another drunk hit and run
While Toronto offers many new opportunities for us, we haven't always embraced it. Since the new millennium crime rates increased, drugs, and shootings have given our city a bad rep. There's simply not enough love or pride in our city, not enough people embracing thecity for what it is. Toronto is such a beautiful place, with beautiful people, with wonderful opportunities. It's saddens me that it's often overshadowed by the murders, shootings or other unfortunate tragedies.
1LOVET.O. is a site that was created to present Toronto to the world. Serving as an outlet to showcase our home, our city, our Toronto. It's sole purpose is to unify all the talents, culture, arts of our city in one spot for us to see, to embrace, to appreciate.
1LOVET.O. is necessary step to serve as a support for the entire city, striving for greater awareness and unity. It's time Torontonians and the rest of the world to open our eyes to see Toronto for the city it really is.
PS. I hope nobody tried to click on the play button, because it's just a picture.
No lyrics this time, just listen.
"The littlest things that take me there I know it sounds lame but its so true"
You loved me baby, unlove me baby
You lead me on, you lock the doors when I'm home
You heart me baby, then you hardly baby
You need me baby, and then you see me gone
You say I'm your friend, and I'll be there in the end
Then you tell me baby, you sell me baby
But I should be ashamed cause I
Let you treat me this way can't lie no
Fortunate to say that love
Never let's me use
The right side of my brain