We've talked about it before, dating in Toronto can be hard. So since we love our readers, we've decided to provide you with weekly updates of the hottest Toronto singles you can meet the only way most people meet these days (yeah right you guys met at the library, you aren't fooling anyone): Tinder.\nRegardless of your stance on dating apps, there's no harm in just looking, right? And if you are swiping, we know how time-consuming that can be, so we've taken it upon ourselves to do all the hard work for you and save those thumbs from some early-onset carpal tunnel by providing you with the cream of the crop.\nLo and behold, ladies, for all your swiping pleasure:\n*Disclaimer: Narcity cannot be held responsible for any Tinder-related casualties that later end up on Tinder Nightmares\nDo you like the Blue Jays and coffee in bed in the morning, too? We do.\nI'm pretty sure he has the 'brooding selfie smirk' down better than we do.\nAny ladies want to jump out of a plane with this guy?\n"If you love something, set it free. Unless it's a tiger" - Phil Dunphy (and probably this guy)\nLadies, are you fast and thorough and sharp as a tack?\nLet's be honest, no one likes cargo shorts.\nUm, hey, we will help you babysit.\nWe would totally message you first Adam.\nYou like to have fun? We like to have fun.\nYou look way better than the Leafs' usual chances of making the play-offs.\nTinder-inception? Still look good to us.\nThank you for doing the service of inventing those birthday balloons our Insta accounts love so much.\n"I'm like hey, what sup, hello."\nDid he just quote Lauren Conrad? Yes, yes he did.\nUWO is known for it's good looking students, after all.\nClark Kent, is that you? Since when do you live in Toronto?\nWith that smile, his worst can't be that bad.\nAnyone want to keep him company on his Toronto vacay?\nWe will excuse the lame pick-up line on account of his good looks.\nNow that sounds like a plan.