An enterprising Prince Edward Island man has decided to make some lemonade out of Mike Duffy's lemons.
Put more clearly, Llloyd Kerry has designed a new T-shirt — with the slogan 'Stuff the Duff' — inspired by fellow Islander Mike Duffy's recent troubles with regard to improperly-claimed living expenses and a $90,000 cash gift from the prime minister's chief of staff.
"I look at it as a funny way to protest," Kerry, a lab technician, told Yahoo! Canada News.
"People aren't going to march in Ottawa with picket signs saying dump Duffy. But this way they can voice their displeasure in a humourous way but still get the point across."
The T-shirts are $20 plus a couple of bucks postage depending on where you live. Shirts can be purchased via Kerry's Facebook page.
This is Kerry's second venture in the apparel business.
Earlier this year, he designed shirts inspired by a This Hour has 22 minutes sketch about employmentRead More »from Stuff the Duff: PEI man looks to profit from Mike Duffy’s troubles