Mr. Mayor, tear off that constricting, chest-obscuring shirt…

Rigorous google search fails to turn up any shirtless pics of patio proponent Gregor Robertson

Kudos and Kvetches

Today the City of Vancouver issued a press release declaring patio season is in full swing.

“Summer is in full swing and now is the time to get outside and discover a new patio or to visit an old favourite,” commanded Mayor Gregor Robertson in the hot and bothered release.

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So the mayor is a patio guy.  

The thing is, as hard as we tried, we couldn’t find a single photo on the internet of Robertson sans shirt, soaking up the rays in all his patio-loving glory.

After typing “Gregor Robertson” and “shirtless” into Google Images, the closest we came to a pic of Gregor’s chiselled dad abs was a CBC story from 2016 featuring Robertson in a purple sleeveless tank top at the Pride Parade. And as our dad told us many times during our childhood, “A sleeveless purple tank top is not the same as shirtlessness.”

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You can also find a few pics of Gregor's tank top on Instagram.

 

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However, when we searched “Gregor Robertson” and “chest,” we discovered a Photoshopped pic on the satirical website syruptrap.ca depicting the mayor naked in front of a podium with the headline “Nude Gregor Robertson ruins Gregor Robertson press conference.” It’s a good facsimile, but we are pretty sure the mayor does not wax. At least we hope he doesn’t.

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We couldn’t even find a photo of Robertson in a pair of gaunch, shorts or lederhosen.

What’s he trying to hide?

So we’re appealing to the internet. Anyone out there with a picture of Robertson without a shirt, tweet it our way with the hashtag #shirtlessgregor. We’ll repost what we find, provided it’s family friendly and not illegal.

Think of it as an exercise in democracy and a celebration of patio season, which is apparently in full swing. Namaste.

@KudosKvetches 

 

 

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