Mississauga Man Now Using TFC Merchandise To Appear Local

TORONTO - After last night's conference final win by Toronto Football Club (TFC), Mississauga transplant Paul McKenzie admitted he is now using random TFC merchandise in an attempt to appear local to Toronto as he walked the streets this morning in a TFC scarf and hat.

"Started from the bottom with a really expensive house and a credit card and now we here"  . . EDITORS NOTE: -10 points for the Drake reference. Poor form.

"Started from the bottom with a really expensive house and a credit card and now we here" 

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EDITORS NOTE: -10 points for the Drake reference. Poor form.

"Yes, I'm from Toronto. I LOVE riding the TTC and UP THE REDS," shouted McKenzie to random people avoiding eye contact on the street.

Reportedly, McKenzie seized the opportunity to jump onto the TFC bandwagon with both feet after spending last night half watching the enthralling French language coverage of the Toronto/Montreal conference final game.

"Yes, go Toronto! Go Reds! Go TFC!" shouted McKenzie into the mirror at a local Tim Hortons as he prepared himself for the full attempt at blending into the local sports scene. 

"I hope this goes better than when I bought the Jose Bautista Blue Jays jersey and tried to grow out that beard," stated McKenzie to our reporter. "Anyway, I'm from Toronto, dontcha know!"

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as McKenzie is forced to admit that he is from Mississauga and is shamed at his work related holiday party after asking which team Beckham is on.