They are everywhere here. If I go downstairs and cross the street north, I can turn left and go to subway or I can turn right and go to subway, or I can walk another 2 minutes and go to subway. Or if I go downstairs and cross the street south, hey look another subway. There are more subways than Tim Hortons, the only thing that challenges them for omnipresence here is Starbucks (there is one in the lobby of my building, one directly across the street, and one on the second floor maybe 50 feet from being on top of the first one). But you're in Canadia. Shouldn't there be a Pita Pit on every corner? I'd take that over Subway any day. swapped some things a bit [/SPOILER] I like this a lot more. Could maybe have another couple of buttons done. I'd snap a Stark pic (which is actually what I wore today) if I weren't headed out the door. That example by AR_Six looks very good. Actually one of my favorites for him despite him just throwing it together as an example. 2 things that I thought noteworthy though: 1. He's wearing a white shirt with a sweater. I think white sneakers look best when there is more white elsewhere in the fit. Spoiler Doing it like this with a sweater over the shirt is particularly good, because visually you have this long stretch between the white on top and the white on bottom. It looks better than, say, a long white AA tee, where you have a comparatively short drop from the bottom of the shirt hem to the shoes- that only really looks good on a guy with very long legs. 2. The paint effect does keep those sneakers from looking like your average bright white sneakers, new though they may be. Spoiler +1. It's kind of an MC-ish thing, but having complementary colors, but keeping some distance between them, can make stuff that might otherwise seem jarring integrate much more smoothly into an outfit. TH Iced Cappuccino is like crack though. It is all sugary and chemicaly, nothing like what I would normally drink, but whenever I'm in Canada I feel compelled to drink a bazillion of them. Whenever I go into a Starbucks - which is constantly when I have to go to DC for work, since that and Subway are all I live on when I'm there - I feel like I'm the only person who orders actual coffee. I live next door to a coffee shop with an award-winning barista, amazing beans, and it's only $1.75 a cup. Starbucks is atleast a block away and only hit it up when the local place is closed. PM'ed you. Whenever I hear the word barista I imagine some kind of coffee matador I was a barista at a coffee shop in high school and part of college, and that's exactly what I considered myself.