UFO with udder delivers milk to children — only in Japan

Umm...what?

It can sometimes be difficult to figure out the meaning of a commercial. But not this Japanese milk commercial that was showcased on The Ellen Show.

In North America, we’ve had milk moustaches, blue cows and spilled milk — our own approaches to and views on marketing milk — but you have to watch this Japanese commercial to believe it.

To sum it up, a group of thirsty kids look up at the sky craving that next glass of milk to quench their thirst. To the children’s relief, a Holstein UFO floats overtop and drops from its belly a giant nipple. The spaceship releases milk into the children’s empty glasses and all of the Japanese earthlings are relieved.

Like I said, you have to watch it to believe it.

It would be very interesting to get the subtitles translated to find out the significance behind the milk delivering spaceship. Although far-fetched it is a good sign that even aliens understand the importance of the nutrients in a glass of milk.

This isn’t the first strange milk commercial this company has made. This one might explain where the UFO milk came from…

 

Shaun Haney

Shaun Haney is the founder of RealAgriculture.com. He creates content regularly and hosts RealAg Radio on Rural Radio 147 every weekday at 4PM est. @shaunhaney

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