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post #16 of 29
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Fro crying out loud...what an embarrassment for the good people of Toronto to have this reject as their mayor. But look at how he attires himself, is there any doubt he smokes Crack?!?!?









Lately I've been thinking that at 46, I'm getting old, and starting to look it, but just this week I realised that this guy is younger than me, and that means I'm not doing too bad.
post #17 of 29

Ticking time bomb I'd say. The guy reminds me of Chris Farley. 

 

post #18 of 29
I wonder if he buys Donald Trump suits at Macy's?
post #19 of 29
Thread Starter 
More like The Salvation Army Surplus Store.
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post #21 of 29
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Who farted?
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Toronto deserves what it got - they elected this drunken buffoon. As for the wardrobe - yes, terrible, but probably the most easily fixable of his numerous problems. Of course, you can only do so much with a guy as wide as he is tall.

post #24 of 29
Thread Starter 
A pre-lapband Chris Christie was MUCH fatter but at least the generally quality of what he was wearing looked presentable.

How in the hell did he get elected in the first place?
post #25 of 29
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A pre-lapband Chris Christie was MUCH fatter but at least the generally quality of what he was wearing looked presentable.

How in the hell did he get elected in the first place?

 

The City of Toronto and its surrounding suburbs were amalgamated a few years back. Rob Ford channeled the anger of those in the suburbs towards Toronto "elites." If you look at a map of the election, Ford won every single district surrounding the "downtown core" and lost every one within it.

 

For his myriad problems, Ford (or his team) is quite brilliant at mobilizing his "Ford Nation" base. There is 20-25% of the city - in his home ward of Etobicoke, in Scarborough - that will vote for him no matter what. Short of him killing someone in a drunk-driving incident, I wouldn't count him out in the next election, as sad as that is.

post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by RogerP View Post
 

Toronto deserves what it got - they elected this drunken buffoon. As for the wardrobe - yes, terrible, but probably the most easily fixable of his numerous problems. Of course, you can only do so much with a guy as wide as he is tall.

 

I would say Toronto got what is deserves because no one voted. In a city (CITY, Saturday Night Live, not town) of more than 3 million people, Ford won with 383,000 votes. Hopefully this disgrace will encourage people to actually vote in the next election.

post #27 of 29
Toronto, every comedian and late-night show host thanks you from the bottom of their hearts:

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post #28 of 29
What size is he? Do department stores have XXXXXX clothing? Scary, if he wears custom made clothes.

I'm guessing he's about a size 24" shirt and a size 62 suit with 56" pants.

Any other guesses.
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

What size is he? Do department stores have XXXXXX clothing? Scary, if he wears custom made clothes.

I'm guessing he's about a size 24" shirt and a size 62 suit with 56" pants.

Any other guesses.

I think your measurements of what he's currently wearing are spot on. Unfortunately he should probably be wearing a 28" shirt and a size 66 suit.
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