Friday, 23 March 2007

What's a father to do?

A popular Swedish ad here on YouTube: everything you wouldn't want your son to do in a supermarket, wrapped up with a punchline the Pope wouldn't like.

RELATED: Smacking, Humour

5 comments:

  1. That is a very funny ad. Thanks a lot, Peter, I loved a lot.

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  2. Ops, I meant laughed a lot, sorry.

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  3. Swedish ads are, on the whole, super funny. What was kind of bizarre was watching a 'Funniest Ads' type programme over there, and seeing that a disproportionate swag of the ads featured were Kiwi ads.

    Ahhh, national pride.

    DenMT

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  4. (Blows the smoke from the trusted packet of protection and gives a self satisfied grin)

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  5. MARCH ON PARLIAMENT

    Against Anti Smacking Bill

    DO YOU VALUE THE RIGHT TO RAISE YOUR CHILDREN THE WAY YOU CHOOSE, NOW OR IN THE FUTURE?

    Then do something about it BEFORE it's too late!

    Join us in a PEACEFUL protest

    Wednesday 28th March 2007

    Beginning at Civic Square at 12pm then advancing to Parliament

    http://www.FamilyIntegrity.org.nz/page/844292 has all the information.

    This is quite likely the most significant protest march you will ever attend - do not miss it. We must show the Government - who have been ignoring the public - exactly what Kiwis do think on this crucial issue.

    Good parents will be criminalised if Bradford's bill becomes Law.

    Make sure that it doesn't by supporting the march!

    There will be marches also in Christchurch, Nelson and Fielding. http://www.FamilyIntegrity.org.nz/page/844292 has all the information on these marches, plus news updates, petition forms and info on how to email the MPs.

    *This march will be peaceful, and children will be present. If anyone turns violent, we will be helping the police cart you off to jail.

    For more information, see

    http://smackingback.blogspot.com/
    or e-mail
    antiantismacking@gmail.com

    Pass the word around about this please

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