Cue Adam Giambrone.
The baby-faced city councillor (and my former imaginary boyfriend) landed in hot water this week after a series of “threatening” emails he wrote to another councillor were leaked to the public. Here’s an example of said threats:
“Stop messing in my ward or there will be problems. I generally ignore your actions, but I am going to start looking for ways to cause trouble for you and when I start you're not going to appreciate it."
First, let’s thank Mr. Giambrone for giving Torontonians a hilarious catchphrase to use. Please, try and use STOP MESSING IN MY WARD in a sentence today. Imagine the hilarity and timelieness of a well placed STOP MESSING IN MY WARD. You’ll be the most popular kid in Toronto.Okay, next. He actually said, “when I start you’re not going to appreciate it.” Real tough Giamweenie. I can’t believe I googled you on six separate occasions.
Allow me to whine a little about Giambrone’s fall from
So the next step for me? Find a new political figure to admire. I've got athletes, actors and musicians covered. That's easy. It's a lot harder to fall in love with politicians. Am I right, ladies?
Okay my hunt is on to replace Giambrone. Here's hoping I don't settle for Mayor Miller or something. Fuck.