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Trailer Park Boys Are The Toronto Sun's New SUNshine Boys (TWEETS)

Of all the people to feature as the first SUNshine Boys in 10 years, The Toronto Sun chose the Trailer Park Boys.

With their new movie "Swearnet" coming out Aug. 29, Ricky (Robb Wells), Julian (J.P. Tremblay), Bubbles (Mike Smith) and Randy (Patrick Roach) will appear in the section of the newspaper that's normally occupied by scantily clad women.

For the feature, the boys looked uncharacteristically dapper in suits. No longer playing the parts of the Trailer Park Boys (they play themselves in "Swearnet"), Julian was without his rum and coke, while Bubbles ditched his trademark glasses.

Randy, meanwhile, appeared as "Swearman," a mascot in a cape, mask and red speedo.

Of course, the Trailer Park Boys are hardly the first males to appear as SUNshine Boys.

Back in 1997, future WWE champion Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson posed for the newspaper wearing a turtleneck, chain and fanny pack.

He tweeted a picture of his appearance back in July.

We're going out on a limb here, but we have to hand this one to the foul-mouthed boys from Sunnyvale Trailer Park.

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