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Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau addresses the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters, in New York City, Sept. 20, 2016. Getty Images/Drew Angerer

One of the recent bizarre hash tags to trend on Twitter as of Tuesday 4 p.m. EDT reads “Make Canada Sexier.” While it is not clear as to who started this hash tag, it has attracted a lot of people from all over the world to ponder on ways to make Canada sexier.

#MakeCanadaSexier sounds a bit like President Donald Trump’s campaigning promise, “Make America Great Again.” Hence it could very well be intended as a parody of the same, given the fact that a number of Americans claimed before the 2016 elections that they would move to Canada if Trump becomes the president.

Nonetheless, the recent Twitter trend does not seem to have anything to do with Trump but everything to do with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

People have been quick to point out the fact that Canada has given birth to enough attractive men on their soil and does not need anyone’s help to make it more sexy. On top of the list that people mention, is Trudeau, followed by names of actors like Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds.

A number of Twitter users also made references to the lip-smacking delicacies that Canada has to offer, which, according to them, also makes the nation sexy. Among the choice of tastiest Canadian foods were included, poutine (consisting of French fries, cheese curds and doused in brown gravy), pancakes with maple syrup and flapjacks.

The references to maple syrup did not end there as one Twitter user had the innovative idea of introducing the sticky substance to the sport of wrestling to make Canada sexier.

Some twitter users also pulled out every possible pun on the word “beaver,” a species of animal that is native to Canada. However, none of the referrers of the word actually had the furry animal in mind.

Then there were the narcissists and the pessimists. While the former believed that their existence in Canada alone makes it sexy enough; however, the latter said that Canada could not be made sexy in any way possible.

Trump, being one of the global hot topics, was bound to be referred at some point. While the president was not referred directly by name, some of his policies were mocked by the Twitter users.

A proud Canadian boasted that free healthcare was the sexiest thing that Canada has to offer, an obvious dig at GOP’s proposed healthcare plan that could end up making 24 million Americans lose their medical benefits.

Another Twitter user suggested that just like the United States, Canada should also try its hand at putting up a wall, just like Trump wants to build between the U.S. and Mexico.

Some Trump references did not beat around the bush.

There were also a few odd or creepy suggestions from some Twitter users about ways in which Canada can be made sexier. While a few of them, for some strange reason seem to involve a moose, which is also an animal frequently found in Canadian forests.