Santa Claus himself moves to his friend in a tearful Norwegian Postal Service Christmas ad

Norwegian tends to tears Christmas An ad won widespread acclaim after it showed Santa carrying a friend.

The commercial for postal services in Norway, Posten, depicts Father Christmas meeting and visiting the character “Harry” each year on Christmas Eve.

But their time together is always short and soon Harry sends Santa a letter confessing everything he wants for Christmas is him.

Harry receives gifts from Posten next Christmas Eve, and returns to his living room to discover that his crush is waiting for him while he explains the postal service which means he can finally take a break – and the two share a sweet kiss to celebrate.

Titled “When Harry Met Santa,” a reference to the 1989 rom-com When Harry Met Sally, the ad was produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Norway’s decriminalization of homosexuality—and left fans around the world in tears.

A tearful Norwegian Christmas ad won widespread acclaim after it showed Santa (pictured) packing himself up with a friend

The postal service commercial in Norway, Posten, captures Father Christmas as he meets a character

The postal service commercial in Norway, Posten, captures Father Christmas meeting and visiting the character “Harry” (pictured kissing) each year on Christmas Eve.

But their time together is always short and soon Harry sends Santa a letter confessing everything he wants for Christmas is him (pictured)

But their time together is always short and soon Harry sends Santa a letter confessing everything he wants for Christmas is him (pictured)

One person wrote: “Of all the things that are going to happen today, I didn’t expect to be nervous during the Christmas announcement from the postal service in Norway.”

Another fan said on Twitter: “There must be something in my eyes – it’s too early to cry in the morning.”

A third added: “It’s my favorite, well, my eyes have leaked since I watched it. I love you Norway.

A fourth model wrote: “Posten has always had the best ads. Love it. So proud of my little land.”

The ad charts Santa and Harry’s relationship over a number of years – showing how the two don’t have time for each other, and instead only get short visits every Christmas Eve.

Harry Sr. discovers Christmas for the first time when he delivers gifts to his house, and the two men stare at each other before Santa Claus disappears from the chimney.

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Reaction: Titled “When Harry Met Santa,” a reference to the 1989 rom-com When Harry Met Sally, the ad was produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Norway’s decriminalization of homosexuality—and left fans around the world in tears

The ad captures annual meetings between the duo, who are increasingly converging.

One day, Harry is shown having a blast after Father Christmas leaves, after he confesses to him: “I’m going to miss you.”

He is soon caught writing a letter to Santa confessing: “All I want for Christmas is you.”

This encourages Santa Claus to apparently help the Norwegian Postal Service to deliver people’s gifts, leaving Father Christmas more free time.

He stunned Harry in his living room, explaining to him, “Well, I’ve arranged some help this year…so I can be with you.”

Harry Sr. discovers Christmas for the first time when he delivers gifts to his house, and the two men stare at each other before Santa Claus disappears from the chimney

Harry Sr. discovers Christmas for the first time when he delivers gifts to his house, and the two men stare at each other before Santa Claus disappears from the chimney

The ad captures annual meetings between the duo, who are increasingly converging

The ad captures annual meetings between the duo, who are increasingly converging

Harry receives a delivery of gifts from Posten, and returns to his living room the following Christmas Eve to discover Father Christmas is waiting for him while he explains the postal service which means he can finally take a break - and the two share a sweet kiss to celebrate

Harry receives a delivery of gifts from Posten, and returns to his living room the following Christmas Eve to discover Father Christmas is waiting for him while he explains the postal service which means he can finally take a break – and the two share a sweet kiss to celebrate

The clip ends with a kiss between the two men before a text appears on the screen, which reads: “In 2022, Norway celebrates 50 years of being able to love whoever we want.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. of all of us. for all of us.’

“Posten is an inclusive workplace with great diversity, and we’d like to celebrate our 50th anniversary with this wonderful love story,’ Monica Solberg, Posten’s director of marketing, told LGBTQ Nation.

In last year’s campaign, Santa was angry with the Norwegian Post, which robbed him of his “work” – this year, Santa is glad that Norway Post can relax him a little, so that he is with the one he loves.

There will certainly be some negative feedback from some environments, but we are prepared to deal with that. The right to love whoever you want is a basic human right, and is not considered a political issue in free democratic societies in 2021.

“Norway Post has connected people for 375 years, and will continue to do so regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.”

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