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Toronto 'Crack Mayor' Ford: Women Want Cash for Christmas

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Friday, 20 Dec 2013 10:08 AM

By Courtney Coren

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford offers shopping advice to men who are still be trying to figure out what to get for their wives for Christmas — just give them money.

"Women love money," said Ford on his weekly appearance on the Washington, D.C. sports radio show, The Sports Junkie.  "Give 'em a couple thousand bucks and they are happy."

He said that when he asks his wife what she wants for Christmas she says, "'I want cash, honey. I want cash."

"I get a basket and flowers and, you know, a little bit of this and that, but at the end of the day, she wants her cash, so I give her a nice check and we're all happy," Ford said.

The infamous mayor admitted to smoking crack cocaine in November after denying the allegations since May, when Gawker reported it had video of the mayor smoking crack.

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