. . . promoting capitalist acts between consenting adults.
That is a very funny ad. Thanks a lot, Peter, I loved a lot.
Ops, I meant laughed a lot, sorry.
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
(Blows the smoke from the trusted packet of protection and gives a self satisfied grin)
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