Stephanie

What's Your Story? Blood Thirsty

[Photos courtesy of S. Morrow]

What's Your Story? features the different characters that roam the streets of Toronto. Every Monday and Thursday, a new person shares their story, likes and dislikes about the city, a little secret and more.

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Name: Stephanie

Age: 19

What neighbourhood are you from? Etobicoke North

What do you 'do'? Student

How long have you been in Toronto? 7 years

What's your story?

I'm from a small town and I moved around a bit. Here in Toronto, you have a certain amount of independence not like in a small town where your mom always knows where you are. It's great to be in a big city like Toronto - there are lots of neighborhoods!

In the middle of the night, we decided to join the Zombie March. I have a secret pent up thirst for blood. Since then, we began making paper mache things. Mario Card is the basis of our costumes...and Super Smack Brother.

Favorite thing(s) about Toronto:

There's always something happening and it's big.

Least favorite thing(s) about Toronto:

The TTC closes too early. Limited TTC.

You have 24 hours to spend with someone who's never been to Toronto before - what do you do?

We'd start off at the Green Room to eat eggs and then go to 7-Eleven for candy. I'd take them to Kensington Market, down Queen, to Eaton Centre and up to Lucky Dragon to hang out. We'd go clubbing or to a bar after.

One thing that your friends/family don't know about you:

I'm blood thirsty.


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