Don Cherry Says Suit is Inspired By Mennonite Floor Patterns


CBC broadcasting legend Don Cherry is known for his loud clothing, but throughout the playoffs he has been sporting “suits inspired by Mennonite floor patterns.”

“I’ve been to Neubergthal and the museum there in Steinbach,” said Cherry. “And as soon as I saw those colourful floor patterns, I knew I had to get a new suit or two!”

Mennonites are known for their dour clothing, but when it comes to wooden floors, as seen above, Mennonites are all about a little pizazz!

“I know some of you out there are wondering why I wear such high collars. Well, the mystery is solved,” said Cherry. “It all started after a particularly fiery sermon on modesty from Reverend Friesen!”

Cherry’s brash demeanor has been attributed to the excessive consumption of Welch’s communion juice before games.

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