Another thing to watch for in Toronto parking lots

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Another thing to watch for in Toronto parking lots

by: Radar Identified on
Sun Dec 09, 2012 9:24 pm

Apparently, "normal" stuff like cars, pedestrians, etc., aren't the only things you have to watch for now in parking lots.

You might also have to look out for:

Rhesus Monkeys!

HUH?! What kind of guy would get a monkey for a pet, and not only that, but get it a jacket and then leave it in the car while shopping at Ikea?
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by: admin on
Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:10 pm

Stanton wrote:Arguably that monkey might be a better driver then some of the more stellar Torontonian motorists I've seen.
LOL


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Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:14 pm

Radar Identified wrote:HUH?! What kind of guy would get a monkey for a pet, and not only that, but get it a jacket and then leave it in the car while shopping at Ikea?
LoL, maybe the Owners had a Monkey on their back? Oh ..wait.


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by: Radar Identified on
Sun Dec 16, 2012 8:11 pm

Stanton wrote:Arguably that monkey might be a better driver then some of the more stellar Torontonian motorists I've seen.
MIGHT be? I think you're not giving the monkey enough credit.

Speaking of which, in New Zealand, they actually taught dogs to drive for a short distance (about 100 metres). They went in a straight line. This also demonstrates higher skill than a large percentage of Toronto motorists, who can't stay within their lane on a straight stretch even when they want to, and drift constantly left and right...
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