The GTA is full of unique and awesome cities, but let's be real every city has their quirks and charms. I personally grew up in Burlington and have fully come to terms with the fact that it's a golf enthusiasts playground filled with old people and black escalades.
I've asked people from all over the GTA to give me brutally honest descriptions that sum up each other hometowns, and this is what I got.
So, did your hometown make this list?
Almost Pickering but with young parents driving white SUVs.
I thought Carling was a beer?
Everyone works at GM or knows somebody who does.
Proof that scene kids are still alive and well.
Farms, fields, and a lot of people who love Boots and Hearts.
The Go Train stop that lets you know that you're almost at Pickering.
This is probably where your grandparents live.
A clusterfvck of hipsters and people who like to wear Tapout hoodies.
You work(ed) at Glen Eden and you used to think it was cool to wear a shoelace belt.
"My daddy is a lawyer, and I love my private school."
You've probably been here for jury duty.
Either smells like bonfires or manure, never anything in between.
Almost Toronto, but not nearly cool enough.
Where finding something to do is an issue, but money isn't.
Where a Bass Pro hat and a flannel are staple items in your wardrobe.
If Farmville were real.
If Markham were an Olsen sister, she would be the forgotten and underrated Elizabeth.
Full of teens that constantly loiter everywhere and light things on fire.
The love child of Aurora and Markham.
People only come here for Wonderland and Bass Pro Shop.
The first town north of Orangeville and your least favourite kissing disease.
Where highway 10 ends and so do your dreams.
You end up here when you're trying to go to Barrie but you veered right.
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