While the latest shuddersome condom ad campaign from abroad has fake unborn children friending men on Facebook, it's hardly the first bizarre way rubbers have been peddled overseas. Today's find by Jezebel may take the cake though. Here's how Olla Condom in Brazil is trying to sell condoms: You're an unsuspecting Brazilian male by the name of, say, Dino Grandoni. You get a friend request on Facebook. Congrats! But the name is "Dino Grandoni Jr." Puzzled, you add him as a friend, and bam, on little junior's Wall is a link to Olla Condom's website. The point is of course that the only way to avoid a real junior is to use an Olla every time. The ad's summarized in the video below.
So the creepy factor for this Brazilian foray into social-media advertising is off the charts. But there are many, many other nearly as eye-popping (or just plain perplexing) condom ads from around the world. We figure that U.S. ads of condoms aren't as raunchy or explicit as some foreigners' because of America's relatively more prudish TV stations. (For example, Fox and CBS banned this Trojan ad, which is terribly mild compared to the ones below.) Though this is hardly an exhaustive list, these are some of our favorite shocking condom spots.