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But normally, it's the fisherman who gets to tell the story.
Newfoundlanders are such amazing storytellers, I'm not surprised this story took on such a life of its own.
Every family has its stories; folkloric tales that are passed down from generation to generation.
These stories remind us who we are, and where we come from, but rarely do these fables make it to ears outside of the family.
My dad was embarrassed, confused, and most likely a little flattered. Naturally, we started fact-checking some of these family stories, and I sat down with the third hottest man in Canada for some due diligence.
I recently called my dad up on the phone and recorded our conversation.
She asked me where I got my great suits, I said my wife buys them for me, and I wear some of my father-in-law's old hand-me-down suits.
This is how my father became known as "the third hottest man in Canada."My dad, Gerard "Stan" Martin, is one of those characters; a teller of colourful, grandiose tales, whose small town adventures are often larger than life.I was getting calls from my friends on the mainland and up-along, and my winning title changed with almost every person who called.From the "sexiest man in Newfoundland," to "the most eligible bachelor in Canada," and then somehow "the third hottest man in the country." Somehow I fell back two steps in my own lore!To this day, people swear they saw me in Chatelaine magazine in the '80s, so the title will probably be sticking around.
Had I known this story would be popping back up again, I would have kept the original article. Within the stories of a country carving out its name are millions of stories of heartbreak, triumph, disaster and miraculous encounters.In the mid 1980s, Stan was living in Corner Brook with his wife, daughter, and two sons.