BUNDESZENTRALE FÜR GESUNDHEITLICHE AUFKLÄRUNG Radio FRICTIONAL FORCES by Studio Green Point

FRICTIONAL FORCES

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Industry Public Safety, Health & Hygiene, HIV/AIDS
Media Radio
Market Germany
Agency Studio Green Point
Director Thorsten Dewald, Heike Grammbitter
Released December 2004

Credits & Description

Advertising Agency: STUDIO GREEN POINT, GERMANY
Creative Director: Heike Grammbitter
Scriptwriter: Vince Ebert
Agency Producer: Thorsten Dewald
Account Supervisor: Heike Grammbitter
Advertiser's Supervisor: Heike Grammbitter/Thorsten Dewald
Director: Thorsten Dewald/Heike Grammbitter
Sound Engineer: Thorsten Dewald


Script in English

Vince: Hello, my name’s Vince Ebert and, being a comedian and having a degree in physics, young people often come up to me and say, "Hey Vince, you know sexuality? How does it actually work?"

Well, of course, physically speaking, it’s actually very, very simple. When two bodies are on the same wavelength, then they transfer – activated by the means of frictional forces – into a state of stimulation. But be careful, before spontaneous discharge occurs, remember to pop a little rubber thing onto the end of the plumbing tool.

Off: Join in - Don’t give AIDS a chance. Federal Centre for Health Education.
Information at the World Wide Web bzga.de.
Script in Orginal Language

Vince: Hallo mein Name ist Vince Ebert und ich werde ja als Komiker und gelernter Diplom Physiker sehr, sehr oft von jungen Menschen gefragt: „Mensch Vince, wie funktioniert das eigentlich mit der Sexualität? Physikalisch gesehen natürlich sehr, sehr einfach. Wenn zwei Körper die gleiche Wellenlänge haben, dann versetzen sie sich durch Reibungskräfte in einen angeregten Zustand, aber Vorsicht, bevor es zu spontanen Entladungen kommt, muss der Gummi über die Meßlatte!

Off: Mach´s mit – Gib AIDS keine Chance. Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung. Informationen unter www.bzga.de.
Brief Explanation

The whole radio campaign to prevent AIDS has been performed by well known German comedians. These comedians created the messages and the gags themselves. More than 68 German radio stations have played these spots on a non-profit basis (36,222 spots broadcasted in 2004). More than 65 comedians have supported this campaign from 1999 to 2004.