A thrilling saga continues. One of the latest face masks in Canada is one that plays on the Prime Minister's "speaking moistly" comment. Justin Trudeau just can't escape his choice of words and we're here for it.\nOn April 7, Trudeau was asked about whether or not Canadians should be wearing masks when they leave their homes.\nIt was on that day that a trend was born and Canada was never the same.\n"It protects others more than it protects you because it prevents you from breathing or speaking moistly on them," the PM said then.\nNow, one Canadian is actually selling face masks with the word "moistly" on them, complete with a maple leaf.\nThe non-medical covering is for sale on Redbubble and the person behind it said it's to help people express themselves even when they can't show their face.\nOne mask costs $17.38 and its made with two layers of soft polyester with over the ear elastic straps so it fits snuggly over the mouth.\nNow you can let everybody know that you won't be speaking moistly on them.\nEven if you won't be wearing this particular mask, it's still hilarious to look at and imagine coming across someone wearing one in public.\nrukhimonster | Redbubble\nYou can even get the "moistly" design complete with the maple leaf made by this Canadian creator on a t-shirt, a mug, a pin and iPhone case and even a throw pillow.\nThe person behind this mask also has more products like masks, phone cases and pillows that are white with black text and others that say "my phone prevents me from speaking moistly."\nLet's hope this trend never dies because it's hilarious.\nView this post on Instagram Hey y’all, how’s it going? 💚 #PhysicalDistancing and #SocialDistancing has been hard on many of us. I’m so fortunate and grateful to be able to use my gadgets to FaceTime, Zoom, Houseparty, Snap, Hangouts, etc., with my loved ones. But many people don’t have the ability to do this, whether it’s lack of a device or lack of knowledge. 😔 If you have an old phone, an extra tablet, or a laptop you could do without for a bit, I highly encourage you to reach out to people who might not, especially the elderly. Or if you know someone who might have the gadget but doesn’t know how to use it to connect with people, give them a call and walk them through it. The elderly in the community are extremely isolated right now and this is detrimental to their mental health. 📱 I was fortunate enough to set my grandparents up with an iPad and you should see the look on their faces and hear the sunshine in their voices when they’re talking to the family. 🌞 Share your devices, share your knowledge, call your elderly family, friends, and neighbours. 🤗 Good luck y’all and let me know if you need anything or know someone who could use some help. 💚 #WeAreInThisTogether #COVIDdiaries #stayhome #stayhomesavelives #stayhomestayhealthy #facetime #moistly #speakingmoistly #trudeau #justgotmyzennis #myRBthing A post shared by rukhimonster 🍪 (@rukhimonster) on Apr 26, 2020 at 2:28pm PDT\nThis isn't even the first time that Trudeau's words have been used on products.\nOne company has created "speaking moistly" lip balm as an homage to Canada and the Prime Minister.\nAnother business made a shirt that says "do not speak moistly on me."\nSomeone even made a song out of Trudeau's comment and it went viral.