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Top Viewed Posts of 2007, #1-25


In a year that saw our local police force brawl with Chilean soccer players, Lenny Kravitz reveal more than expected at the Grey Cup and an OCAD student create an elaborate bomb hoax at the ROM, it may surprise many that only one of these stories cracked the top10 in our most viewed list of 2007.

To find out which one, read on. And if you haven't already seen it, numbers 26 through 50 are posted here.

25. Plane Spotting at Pearson Airport 101

24. Wicked In More Ways Than One

23. Does Toronto Need a Red Light District?

22. 50 Essential Toronto Facebook Groups

21. Superbowls get Nipple Slips, Grey Cups get Plumber's Butts

20. Toronto Company Has Electric Car But Our Government Won't Let Them Sell It

19. The Force Was With Them - Maybe Too Much Force

18. Fake Pipebomb Found at ROM, Associated OCAD-Linked Videos Surface on YouTube

17. Yoga Line Lululemon Drops Its Drawers

16. Your Guide to Nuit Blanche 2007

15. Ladies Flock to Forever 21

14. Get Naked for Nude Recreation Week

13. CN Tower: Now in Strawberry, Lemon, Lime, and Grape

12. Toronto Google Maps Mashups Compendium

11. Bend Over Boyfriend

10. Toronto Police and Chilean Soccer Players Brawl

9. Can't We Just Flush the Great Lakes Clean?

8. February Family Day: Tips for a New Ontario Holiday

7. Welcome to the Bathhouse: A Straight Man's Guide

6. vidTO: Pedal Power VS Toronto Police

5. Jeffree Star wants You at his Plastic Surgery Slumber Party

4. Naked Twister at SPIN Gallery

3. Macs Goes Viral. WTF Indeed

2. Don't Eff with Jeffree Star

1. Capture the Hog: BSOD Strikes The Bay


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