What do Bob Marley and Justin Trudeau have in common?
Well, as of last week, they both have rolling papers named after them.
For just $3.95, you too can own 100 slow-burning papers which come in a package donning an image of the Liberal leader smoking a cigarette.
In an interview with Yahoo Canada News, on Tuesday, Goodwin says sales have been "amazing."
"The first day we put them on our shelves...over $500 came in," he said.
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The idea for the new 'product' came from a February 10th Toronto Star report, which suggested that the Tories were musing about handing out rolling papers "screened with Trudeau’s face" at the national Liberal convention — later this week in Montreal — as a means to poke fun at Trudeau's policy to legalize marijuana.
To date, Goodwin hasn't heard from the Conservatives or the Liberals about his new venture.
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If you're not in to smoking any substances you can also buy a T-shirt for $24.95.
According to Goodwin, any profits he makes will go to the Liberal Party in the form of a campaign donation.
"I'm not partial to the Liberals necessarily," he said. "I just like their pot policy."
(Photo courtesy of the Vapor Central Facebook page)
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