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7 Memes That Show Just How Awful Renting In Toronto Really Is

Just laugh through the pain.
Toronto Rental Memes That Show Just How Awful Living In The City Really Is

If you live in the 6ix, you know just how expensive renting can really be. 

Instead of crying about paying $2,000 a month for a shoebox, you can laugh through the pain with these Toronto rental memes instead. 

Forget about the fact that you won't be able to ever afford a house in the city, let alone an upgrade to a two-bedroom rental. 

Instead, just keep scrolling. 

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Honestly, anything under $3,000 is good enough. 

Don't worry, you won't be judged if you actually consider this fake listing with no bathroom. At least it's under $3,000.

The struggle is real.

No, but really though. Unless you have 3 roommates, and one of them is off of Craigslist, good luck finding a decent place.

At least it has waterfront views. 

Honestly, even if the bed is made out of a sponge, $2,200 is a steal for lakeside views.

Every Toronto landlord ever.

Every university student has actually considered renting out a closet once in their lives.

Just live a minimalistic lifestyle. 

"We can make it work," is a phrase you probably use often when you realize most apartments are under 500 square feet.

If you have these floors, you know. 

You're living in the west-end? In a house built in the 1880s and your balcony view is of an abandoned No Frills? Join the club.

Just remember, you'll be renting for life. 

You may be crying over high rent prices now, but you'll be sobbing when it's time to look for a house.

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