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Top places to kiss at the University of Toronto

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Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

Where: St. George Street and Harbord Street

Why: It reminds me of Beauty and the Beast. It’s also quiet and you’re surrounded by rare books.

The Plan: Find a cozy place, you’re among rare and classic books.

(Photo of Hart House courtesy of Annex Chess Club)

Hart House/ University College

Where: Hart House Circle and Kings College Circle

Why: They are both outstanding pieces of architecture with plenty of hidden and beautiful spots.

The Plan: Do a little exploring. They both have quads, main halls and private stairwells. Once you find a spot that suits the situation, it’s up to your lips.

(Photo courtesy of Life @ U of T)

Knox College

Where: King College Circle or George Street

Why: Knox College is like a castle. The quad has a beautiful walk way with flower baskets and arches so grand it would make anyone feel like a King or Queen. Also all the interiors of U of T’s heritage buildings are beautiful make out spots. I just thought I’d be diverse and mention the outdoor portion of Knox College. 

The Plan: Hold hands and walk through the quad. When it feels right, you’ll know.

There are so many make out spots at U of T. These are the four on my make out list.