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What are the worst Toronto pickup lines?

When searching for the creepiest pickup lines in Toronto, we stopped short of hitting up local sleazebags-of-note who will remain nameless. Still, between our team and our Twitter followers, we were able to amass a cringe-worthy collection of the not good, the very bad, and the hideously ugly.

While some consider the TTC fair game for hitting on strangers, it's amazing just how many opportunities there are to misuse public transit in pursuit of affection. Then, there's Drake. There's always Drake.

Here are the worst pickup lines in Toronto, ever.

  • "My place has bed bugs; can I crash here tonight?" (Your place)
  • "If you like taking the rocket to work, you'd love taking mine to bed." (8:55am on the southbound Bloor platform)
  • 1. "Do you know if Honest Ed's has condoms?"
    2. "Do you know if Honest Ed's is open?"
    3. "Want to come to Honest Ed's?"(Annex house party)
  • "Is your name Christie? Cause I'd love to play ball in your pit." (near Sushi on Bloor)
  • "My press releases keep getting bounced back. Thought we could do the same" (Drake Sky Yard)
  • "In the same amount of time, I can get more shots on net than the Leafs." (Who cares, so tragic)
















Then, there's this - so bad it's almost good, but then... just bad.


And finally... no words.


What's the worst Drake-themed pickup line you've heard thus far? Let us know in the comments.

Lead photo by Atilla Soylu via the blogTO flickr pool.


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