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The Difference Between Women In Montreal And Toronto EXPLAINED

'The city is basically one giant orgy.'
The Difference Between Women In Montreal And Toronto EXPLAINED

Canada is a vast country, and when you cover such a massive territory, you get a huge variety of people.

And it's the little differences that make this country truly amazing, and one of those difference was discussed over the weekend on Rebel Media.

Gavin McInnes and Alex Pavone were talking about the difference between women in Montreal vs women in Toronto.

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Right off the bat, they claim that Toronto girls are "square" sexually. According to them, Toronto women are more difficult to approach as opposed to Montreal where it's "one big orgy" and the women are prettier.

Their explanation as to why this is makes no sense, and for the record, I do not agree with their opinions.

Check out interview below.

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