Another thing to watch for in Toronto parking lots

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Another thing to watch for in Toronto parking lots

Unread post by Radar Identified on

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


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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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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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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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That's because dogs don't have opposable thumbs and can't use a handheld device, put on makeup, shave, eat a bowl of cereal or read a book while driving. All of which i've actually seen.






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