"I'm here to beat him with my mind, my heart and a lot of length."
That’s what Justin said, referring to his reach advantage over Patrick Brazeau before a charity boxing match for cancer. Not to be outdone, the Conservative Senator pulled out the waist band of his shorts, looked down and replied, "I've got a lot of length over here."
Take that, Harper!
In 2015, Justin’s outrage made us beam with pride when he told Harper: "You have a lot of nerve to come here talking about Quebec values and defending women — you have more men in your caucus who are anti-abortion than there are women wearing the niqab in Quebec."
Justin Honey Trudeau
While appearing on the French talk show, “Tout le monde en parle”, Justin amused us when he told his adversaries that they had better watch out if they thought he wasn’t his father’s son, but it was his wife, Sophie Grégoire, who stole the show when she cheered in French: “You tell them, Pussycat! You tell them!”
“I had a puff”
We could only chuckle when Justin freely admitted to smoking marijuana while serving as an MP. “We had a few good friends over for a dinner party, our kids were at their grandmother's for the night, and one of our friends lit a joint and passed it around. I had a puff.”
Justin put his foot in his mouth without ever saying a word when he sent out this furry family Christmas card in 2010. Let’s just say the animal rights activists were not amused.
Falling for laughs
In an interview with Quebec journalist Patrick Lagacé, Justin showed us how to tumble down a set of stairs like a bone fide stuntman. Not something you see every day from a politician!
In 2010, Justin figured looking like D’Artagnan or Don Juan would be cool. Not really...
In 2011, we had a good laugh when our future Prime Minister split his pants while attempting to move a “scrum machine” to raise awareness for prostate cancer. He raised awareness alright!
“I love you, Gilles”
During a debate with Bloc Québécois leader, Gilles Duceppe, a comedic slip of the tongue had Justin calling Duceppe “my love” instead of “my friend”. Priceless!