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The Ultimate Toronto Take On "Would You Rather?"

It's the 416 edition. No one's safe.

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The city of Toronto certainly has its perks, but like any congested metropolis, it's also full of weird instances that are nothing but an annoyance. To be fair, "weird" is an understatement. On any given day, tourists get lost via subway cars, there's always some sort of weird PDA going on downtown, and there's always a "WORLD STARRR!!!" moment waiting to happen on a GO train. With that in mind, it's surprising no one's created a Toronto edition of the "Would You Rather" game. That is, until now.

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Would You Rather...

Live above a non-English speaking Chinese restaurant.

Live above an East Indian restaurant.

Would You Rather...

Be forced to marry someone who's from Scarborough.

Be forced to marry someone who's from Mississauga.

Would You Rather...

Lick the pole in a subway car.

Be licked by five random strangers while sitting down in a subway car.

Would You Rather...

Be forced to drink at campus bars and campus bars only.

Be forced to play Edward Fortyhands every time you go out to a bar/club.

Would You Rather...

Have a cameo in The Weeknd's new music video.

Have a cameo in Arcade Fire's new music video.

Would You Rather...

Drink a Starbucks Steamed Apple Juice every day for the rest of your life.

Drink McDonald's Coffee every day for the rest of your life.

Would You Rather...

Be a clothed display mannequin on Queen Street for one entire day in the summer.

Work in the Eaton Centre as a sales associate on Boxing Day.

Would You Rather...

Make out with a TTC streetcar driver for two minutes.

Make out with a Pizza Pizza manager for two minutes.

Would You Rather...

Get hit by a taxi cab while riding your bike downtown.

Get hit by a cyclist on their bike without knowing when they'll attempt to run you over.

Would You Rather...

Watch Rush play Moving Pictures in full (and on repeat) for six hours.

Watch Drake attempt to do stand-up comedy for two hours.

Would You Rather...

Watch the Toronto Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup.

Watch the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Raptors win championships in the same year.

Would You Rather...

Live in Oakville for the rest of your life.

Live in Vaughan for the rest of your life.

Would You Rather...

Rent an apartment on Yonge Street that's half the price but incapable of getting an Internet signal.

Rent an apartment in the Beaches that has Ultimate Fibre Internet and unlimited usage.

Would You Rather

Have to party every night until 5 a.m. in the morning.

Have "last call" be moved up 12 a.m. (midnight).

Would You Rather...

Get stuck in an elevator with Rob Ford.

Get stuck in an elevator with Stephen Harper.

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