Danish Travel Agency Would Like Those In Denmark To 'Do It For Mom'
Photo via YouTube
Sex sells, even sex in honor of your mother who is exhausted at waiting for grandchildren.
Not to worry, because the rather ridiculous sentiment will be explained in time, and with a video that we warn is NSFW if only for some rather suggestive images.
Digg spotted the following advertisement from travel agency Spies Rejser. The company seems rather concerned about the low birth rate in Denmark, so they are firing up another round of vacations aimed at procreation.
To that end, they offer up this video that explains the plight of the Danish mother who really wants just one thing: the pitter-patter of grandchildren running around the house.
Now the video doesn’t feature any nudity, but there are some rather suggestive images, so you have been warned:
The YouTube channel states: “Last year we at Spies Travels launched the ‘Do it for Denmark’-campaign in order to address the historical low birth rates in Denmark. It turned out quite successful, we made the Danes travel more, have more sex and reproduce for their country. Vitus, the baby conceived by the competition-winners was born in January this year. However the Danish welfare system is still under pressure. The birth rate is still too low despite a little progress after last year’s effort. And this affects us all, but those who suffer the most are perhaps those mothers that will never experience having grandchildren. That’s why we are joining forces with elderly women of Denmark who have become grandma-broody. We have a common goal: More babies.”
As mentioned, the same company released a similar campaign last year, which was covered by TravelPulse's Ryan Rudnansky at the time.
So if you haven't yet had your fill of creepy videos, here's one more from last year:
Now if you want more in formation on, gulp, doing it for mom, visit the travel agency’s website page that is rather cleverly entitled ‘Do It For Mom.’
Now get on out there and enjoy your time off on holiday. And, if you have the time, perhaps consider adding to Denmark’s population.
For those of you who are American, carry on as you were.
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