- Magic Oven (upstairs) at Keele and Dundas.
- Sirens at Celts pub/Orb venue (downstairs)
- Sportsers 1430 Danforth Ave (near Coxwell station)
So it may or may not seem that I am obsessed with Wu Tang based on the last entry and this one... but oh man, did I just find a gem. Apparently, there's an episode of Divorce Court where a boyfriend accuses his girlfriend with sleeping with the ENTIRE Wu-Tang Clan. (OMG THIS IS HILARIOUS)
I'm confused as to why a non-married couple is on Divorce Court, but whatever.
BUT HERE'S THE THING WITH WU-TANG. I totally believe this chick when she says that the Wu are straight up "gentlemen". A few years ago, Raekwon had a show where my sis, my boyfriend, and I, were invited to hang before and after the show (and totally drank on a fancy limo-bus), and it wasn't about screwing. They seem like awesome dudes.
When I was a kid, I was obsessed with the game Guess Who?. Yeah, sure, the ads always had that fast disclaimer at the ends stating "Game cards cannot actually talk", but in my heart of hearts, I knew that some rich kid out there probably owned the talking version of Guess Who?.
I mean, rich kids always got the best games, right (and access to schools and food and clothes and whatnot)? As a kid growing up on incredibly meagre means (welfare, and social housing and whatnot) it seemed like rich kids would have the coolest things (above-ground pools?). And understand more trivia (dude, these guys have Top Gun on VHS!). They just generally had access to more things that we didn't (p.s., my idea of rich was lowest-middle class, but I digress).
The poor child that I once was is now rejoicing at the new Guess Wu? game created by Noisey (Music By Vice).
The concept is simple; it’s Guess Who?, only with Wu-Tang Clan members and affiliated artists, instead of some randoms called “Maria” and “Alfred" (who, lets face it, look like all of the parents of those rich kids I was jealous of).
Maybe Noisey will eventually be selling this board game, but my suggestion (if you're just as broke as I used to be/currently am), is print the picture below, cut out the cards, take a standard version of Guess Who? and glue on these bad-boys and get the ball rolling.
Okay, maybe when they start selling this game, you should buy a legit version.
Toronto-Based. Carbon-Based. Derp.