This Canadian company lets you anonymously send masks to ‘Maskholes’ who need them

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There’s nothing more frustrating than walking through busy areas or inside a public building only to find yourself face-to-face with a maskhole. What’s a maskhole? We’re glad you asked. A maskhole (mahsk-hohl; noun) is someone who refuses to wear a face mask in places where they should be. Or who has a mask, but doesn’t seem willing to wear it properly.

Thankfully, a brand new company has figured out a pretty hilarious way to help solve this issue. We’ve gotta say, we’re living for the pettiness. is a brand new service that’ll let you send a mask to your local maskhole completely anonymously. For only $10 per mask, you can have your passive-aggressive common sense delivered right to their door!

Obviously, it’s not going to win you many friends, but it is a pretty funny (and on-the-nose) way of telling someone you know to wear a mask. After all, sometimes a little humour is all that’s needed to break down someone’s walls.

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Your mask delivery also comes with a comprehensive guide on wearing a mask properly. You know, in case basic reading comprehension is your local maskhole’s problem. The guide clearly outlines (with pictures!) the importance of wearing a mask fully covering your mouth, nose, and chin.


Time and time again, health experts have stressed the importance of wearing a mask to slow the spread of COVID-19. As Ontario (and a lot of the rest of Canada) heads into what looks like a second-wave, it’s more important than ever to be following these recommendations.

So get online and send a mask to your local maskhole today. It may be petty and passive-aggressive, but wearing a mask is literally the easiest thing an individual can do to help limit the spread of the pandemic.

Stay healthy, everyone!


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