If you’re a Kids in the Hall fan and you’re going to be in Toronto on March 11, probably the most awesome thing you’ll do all month will be to drop by the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, where all five members of Kids in the Hall will be doing a live table read of their 1996 film ‘Brain Candy’. Tickets are $39 bucks and you can get em here.
Also, Rob Ford says he’s too busy eating his wife’s pussy to eat anyone else’s pussy. This man is legend.
Yup, that’s what crack smoking, gang sign throwing Toronto mayor Rob Ford said at a press conference this morning. I wouldn’t feel right if I forgot to post this today. This fucker is surreal. The press conference was to address allegations Ford had made inappropriate statements about a staffer.
His words: “Oh and the last thing was Olivia Gondek, it says it says that I wanted to eat her pussy. Olivia Gondek. I’ve never said that in my life to her. I would never do that. I’m happily married. I’ve got more than enough to eat at home. Thank you very much.”
Even better, later today he completely denied saying that. At a live, televised press conference.
"A disoriented monkey was found wandering aimlessly outside an Ikea store in North York Sunday.
The animal sighting quickly sparked a flurry of activity among Torontonians, who tweeted and re-tweeted pictures and created at least two parody accounts on Twitter.
Dressed in a shearling coat and a diaper, the monkey managed to open its crate, unlock the car door and go for a stroll in the Ikea parking lot – clearly a “smart monkey” for having managed all that, said Toronto Police Staff Sergeant Ed Dzingala.”
This past Sunday, dozens and dozens of women took to the street in Toronto for the Toronto Slutwalk in response to Toronto Police Const. Michael Sanguinetti commenting back in January that women “should avoid dressing like sluts in order to not be victimized”.