Santa has boyfriend in heartbreaking Norwegian Christmas commercial – .

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Santa has boyfriend in heartbreaking Norwegian Christmas commercial – .


A Christmas ad released by the Norwegian National Postal Service sparked an emotional reaction online, with many declaring it the best festive ad this year.
Posten’s ad revisits the popular romantic comedy, When Harry meets Sally, with the alternate title “When Harry Met Santa”.

It tells the story of a man named Harry who waits all year round just to spend a night with the one he loves: Santa Claus.

The story begins with Harry’s first encounter with Santa, who is caught off guard as he delivers presents to Harry’s house late at night.

Each year after that, the couple exchange small gifts and interactions that grow with affection, and ultimately, love. But the wait is not easy for Harry, who is seen crying several times.

One year, he writes to Santa Claus to say: “Dear Santa Claus, all I want for Christmas is you.

When Christmas arrives, Harry is getting dressed for his meeting with Santa Claus and is waiting for him to arrive in his fireplace when the doorbell rings.

Confused, he answers it and is greeted by a postman, who hands him a pile of presents. Harry returns to the living room looking dejected, only to see Santa Claus standing in his living room to surprise him.

“Well, I have organized some help this year so that I can be with you,” said Santa.

The two get closer and share their first kiss. At the end of the scene, the ad concludes: “In 2022, Norway marks 50 years of being able to love whoever we want. “

Norway decriminalized homosexuality in 1972, making it one of the first countries in the world to pass anti-discrimination law that explicitly includes sexual orientation.

The announcement sparked a positive response among social media users, many of whom praised the Postal Service for celebrating queer love.

“Beautiful queer Christmas cheer from Norway,” one person tweeted.

Another wrote: “Of all the things that happened today, I didn’t expect to be in pieces about the Norwegian Postal Service’s Christmas announcement. “

“I can’t believe the Norwegian Postal Service came for me and single-handedly saved Christmas with gay Santa Claus,” added a third.



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