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  1. Lizzi

    It stands for ‘vasectomy’, doesn’t it? I knew it.

  2. Allysia

    I love hearing people sing in my apartment building! There’s this one guy who really belts it out good sometimes, so passionate. Ha ha. Toronto=so awesome. That picture with the drag queen is gold!

  3. Johanna GGG

    love the cute birdies, love the lego people, want that popcorn – toronto looks like a great place to be (but I want to see pics of snow – have I missed them or are they to come?)

  4. Whispering Gums

    Love the pics Hannah … And of course the whole post. Please don’t out me … I don’t want a V on my forehead and my toast would have to have vegemite.

  5. veganlisa

    I can never say sorry enough. It happened in a moment and there was no turning back (like so many of life’s little mistakes). I’m sure one day, some how, I’ll make it up to you.


  6. leaf (the indolent cook)

    The cashew milk does look very delectable. I also appreciate the lego people and drag queen shot. ;D

  7. Ricki

    Well, I must admit that you’re giving me an entirely refreshed take on Toronto, after I’ve lived here since the 80s. . . thanks for that, Hannah! 😀

  8. Lou

    Oh I want to visit! Looks awesome. And the Rocky Horror Picture Show is one of my absolute FAVS…. my parents took me when I was about 8 – eye opening for sure 😉

  9. Christine

    I’ve never seen Rocky Horror either! It looks awful to me.

  10. Catherine

    Amazing city! And to think I started school there. With no Rocky Horror cast members alas! Though how many times did I see that movie???

  11. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    This is too hilarious!!! Glad that Toronto is serving you well my dear. Sioux Lookout isn’t as exciting but I hope you’ll post about it one day.

  12. Hotly Spiced

    Lego people? That’s something I’ve never seen. I love Mack the Knife. My Archie sings it. He had to study it at Uni last year and perform it and so I’ve heard it so many times I could have given you the lyrics! xx

  13. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    My what a big drag queen you have there Mr Wolf! OK I get the drag queen and the V but the toast? Do tell!

    P.S. Arrgh the Xmas ep of Downton. Why did he have to die? There won’t be any normal people on there anymore!

  14. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Number 8 is the story of my life.
    Well, parts of it.
    Umm subway lego?!?!?!?! I want to go to Toronto now, it’s done.
    Heidi xo
    p.s. Mr Orville Redenbacher looks like a totally babe. Kidding (or am I?). I just like the idea of pickle popcorn.

  15. Agnes

    Oh HANNAH. Why would you need to google the lyrics to Desperado? Why don’t you know them? Severely disappointed. 😉

  16. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    This post is so funny, you are seriously having such a wonderful Toronto experience 🙂

    Love Balzac’s coffee and that amazing almond milk. And I’m curious as to how you still manage to look so good is such a ridiculous picture as the one with the drag queen? LOVE 🙂

  17. Debi

    So awesome! 😀 Did you enjoy Rocky Horror?

  18. Ashley

    Bahaha, lego people, what a great way to bring a smile to someone’s day. Drag queens are also a great way to bring a smile to someone’s face!

  19. Louise

    Toronto looks fun- I love the Lego people, not too sure about the paper mache birds, and am definitely not inspired by the dill pickle popcorn. I made a rather grown up popcorn on the weekend- truffle and parmesan- it was rather fabulous. I thought of you recently, and have invoked your spirit on the blog today.