Monday, June 25, 2007

Hot, Hot, Hot!!

The Music was pumping the people were jumping and it was HOT HOT HOT. Toronto 2007 Pride parade saw thousands of people line around the 4 blocks route enjoying the various floats, music and colourful costumes. Like every year the weather was perfect. Sunny and warm. The parade has been estimated to bring in approximately $80 million into the city's economy. You know how we like to spend. Show us a half naked hottie and we can show you the money. LOL. But lots of money goes to great causes such as aids prevention and awareness, youth groups, etc.

The parade brings together many different cultural groups, various corporate sponsors and all sexual orientation to have a good time. Besides the hotties wearing tight tops and pants that line their crouch very well. You also get those who haven't ever seen a gym or tried a nutrient plan, wearing next to nothing or truly nothing at all, strolling down the parade routes. It's all good, not!!

Seriously, Toronto pride parade is the biggest in Canada and one of the largest in the world. It's a time were we embraces the various lifestyles and encourage equity.


AnelliDiFumo said...

How many participants to the Parade?

Avenue Road said...

according to the local newspaper.
An estimated 500,000 people spent the day watching a rainbow of 150 floats and bands go by.

The parade, which went from 2 to 6 p.m., was the culmination of a week honouring diverse sexual and gender identities, histories and cultures.

The celebration draws approximately one million people, and generates almost $100 million for the region. said...

What a nice & informative blog. Love it.

Avenue Road said...


AnelliDiFumo said...

Wow, so this has been the first year in which the Rome Parade has had more participants than the Toronto one, I can't believe it!

700,000 in Rome!!
1,000,000 according to the organizers, 350,000 according to the police.

The best approximation is usually the doubling of the Police esteem.