View Full Version : New in the Toronto area
06-16-2006, 12:17 PM
So yes...i am new in Toronto...and Canada.I am also new to this site.But i decided to give it a try.I dont know anyone in the area so i thought maybe this way i can meet some new people.Looking forward to all replies !! K:kiss2:
06-16-2006, 04:02 PM
Also meant to say that i am originally from Europe.Id like to find people here to meet and go out...maybe more...and see what happens in the area.I come from a country where being overweight is like...well the worst thing possible.I never even dated in my country.But i did live in the US for 5 years ...and i found some men there who liked bigger women.Well anyway after being back home in Europe for 3 years ..i am once again back to North America and ...looking to see what is out there ! :)
06-16-2006, 08:46 PM
Welcome to Canada!
Summer is the best time to be in Ontario, in my opinion, and Ontario is the best place to be for summer.
I hope you enjoy yourself, both here in Canada, and here on the Dimensions boards.
06-18-2006, 07:44 AM
Welcome to the group.
06-22-2006, 12:35 PM
Welcome to the Group!
T.O. is a fun place to start in the summer (I always just loved walking around the city when I lived there).
12-28-2006, 07:04 PM
cool, im from the greater toronto area. always looking for new friends:)
12-30-2006, 05:37 PM
hey welcome hun! im not far from toronto myself. try to make the most of it, thats all i can say. the cn tower is cool. if you wanna meet up sometime let me know. if you want we chat on im:)
all the best, megs
I’m not in the Toronto area, but I think Plus sized planet still runs BBW/FA dances fairly regularly there? There is a thread on them around here somewhere if you look. It could be one place to go and meet other big and/or fat friendly people.
Also, welcome to Canada—the winter really isn’t all that bad! The problem with winter in Toronto is that it is mostly slush, not snow, from what I’ve seen. So get a good pair of boots and make sure the leather is well protected, and you’ll get by OK. There are certainly a lot of things going on in Toronto, but the short while I was there I found it a bit of a hard place to get to know people. One thought is that you mentioned you are from Europe, well there are large numbers of immigrants from almost every European country in Toronto. If you look there should be one or more bars and/or social clubs or something for people from where you are from—if you want to hang around with them, that is.
Best of luck adapting, and I’m sure that any questions you have the Dimensions community has a pretty good chance of being able to answer!
PS. When in doubt about how to start a conversation in Toronto, try one of “How about this weather?” or “How about the Leafs?” either one is apt to draw a long and detailed response (well, the latter more often with guys than gals). The weather one works anywhere in Canada I think, the other one you have to change to the nearest NHL hockey team.
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