Best of craigslist Toronto

Toronto appearances on the best of Craigslist

Every couple months, I'll devote about a half hour to catching up on the best of Craigslist. For those unfamiliar with this reading material, these are entries on Craigslist -- be they ads, rants and raves, missed connections, etc. -- that have been nominated by readers for wider distribution based on any number of factors, including humour, nastiness, oddity or pretty much anything else that the community finds compelling.

Because these entries are gathered together for pleasure more than any practical consideration, the best of Craigslist features listings from various cities all collected together in one long list. Although Toronto makes appearances every once in a while, as is the case with most other cities, they're few and far between.

But, as I was reading last night, I decided to satisfy my curiosity by looking specifically for those posts tagged "tor." This isn't hard to do, of course, and the results were, not surprisingly, good for a few laughs. So, to save others the search time, I've collected some good ones below, spanning the last two years or so. I've skipped those that were labeled Toronto but that didn't really make any reference to the city. It's a shame there aren't more visuals, but these are certainly worth a perusal nonetheless.

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