You may want to rub your eyes both before AND after you watch this new ad from a Japanese milk company. It shows a UFO with an oddly familiar black-on-white paint job hovering over a field filled with children holding glasses. As they raise them skyward, the UFO’s bottom opens to reveal a giant cow’s nipple that squirts what is allegedly milk into the glasses to the delight of the kids. What bizarre future might this ad be preparing the Japanese — and possibly the world — for?
I knew you’d have to see it to believe it. Do you believe it?
According to Sora News 24, the company behind the ad is Rakunoh Mother’s, a Japanese milk producer, which in itself is an anomaly since Asians are more lactose intolerant than most other ethnic groups. Can an Uddered Flying Object convince them to ignore the revulsion and gulp gallons of milk like their American counterparts? Rakunoh Mother’s seems to think so, but comments on Japanese social media sites may indicate otherwise.
“This is madness!”
“Shouldn’t that be pixelated when it appears onscreen?”
“That’s one long nipple right there.”
“I never knew this sort of thing happened in Kumamoto.”
“My heart is pure so all I see is the fact that the milk is freshly squeezed.”
My heart is pure? What does that have to do with drinking alien milk? Or is it? Apparently the response to the first commercial was so confusing that Rakunoh Mother’s felt the need to make a second one showing how the ship acquired the milk.
Well, that was less creepy … not! Just when we’re starting to get used to the ideas of alien abductions, cattle mutilations and flying saucers stealing our water, fuel, precious metals and volcanic power, now we have to consider they’re absconding with our milk too? Can’t beings from the Taurus constellation find their own cows?
Is there a sinister motive behind these commercials or is this just the work of a really clever ad company? Perhaps an earlier commercial about how milk can build strong bones for even non-humans can answer this question.
That one isn’t as creepy but is it convincing? Is Japan covertly preparing its citizens for an announcement about alien contact? Or are ETs capitalists too and these commercials are their way to prepare us to buy back what they’re taking from us? Perhaps they’re more human than we think.