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The top 20 most viewed posts of 2011

It's the first day of 2012 and as has been tradition for us it's time to look back at the last twelve months and revisit some of the most viewed posts on the site. In sum, the site received just shy of 35 million page views last year and reached more than 6.2 million unique visitors. The topics that resonated the most are a lot of the usual suspects like sex, nudity, the TTC, Toronto history, the weather, drugs and fattening food (not necessarily in that order). Measured by page views, these are the top 20 posts from 2011.

20. A ride on the new TTC Rocket subway train
19. Ford makes the cut at Lingerie Football League tryouts
18. This is what a zombie wedding looks like
17. Silent Hill film set brings out Toronto photographers
16. How to get fat at the CNE
15. Photos of the World Naked Bike Ride in Toronto
14. Soon you'll be able to walk atop the CN Tower
13. A typographical history of the Toronto subway system
12. Vintage computers and technology in Toronto
11. Pizza Gigi shut down after drug raid
10. Donut cheeseburger coming to Toronto
9. TTC reveals new streetcar design
8. Downtown Toronto gets lit up by passing storm
7. New Loblaws unveiled at Maple Leaf Gardens
6. Reddit thread about Toronto bike shop goes very wrong
5. 10 places in Toronto to get free stuff on your birthday
4. This is what almost getting hit by a truck looks like
3. Okay, fess up, who's had sex on the TTC before?
2. The history of Toronto in photos
1. Toronto lightning storm 2011

See also:

The top 20 most viewed posts of 2010
The top 10 most viewed posted of 2009

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