On days like this, people generally stay inside, read a book, watch a movie, maybe get drunk or write a blog post. Sometimes in that order, sometimes not. Many though decide to venture out.
Some drive. Here’s what Toronto roads look like when it snows.
Sure, turn around on a hill
It may not look bad but the first one is always the toughest
Sure, if you must drive you have little choice but to battle the traffic. Yes, tempers flare and yes Toronto does have hills. They aren’t San Francisco type hills but this city has inclines that, on days like this, make it feel like you’re tobogganing in a car with plenty of backsliding, and back bumper to front bumper accidents.
Let me just go ahead and cause a potential shit storm
Causing a shit storm. Can you hear the honking horns?
There are particular parts of the city that cause greater chaos than others. This hill in mid-town Toronto is notorious for slipping, sliding and all sorts of chaotic activity. In the past, there have been people who have gotten the balls to do this…and make it successfully!
In fact, when the snow is really bad, as it is today, the TV cameras show up. Filming the chaos and gathering sound bites for everyone to see, hear and judge those who decided to drive on a day like this.
We’re the News.
Now, back to that book, bag of chips, movie and drink. Potentially in that order.