3 Ridiculous Australian PSAs That Made An Impact On The World

You probably have seen these somewhere on the internet.

1. Set Yourself Free

YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron
YouTube / henryandaaron

This particular PSA was absolutely unexpected. Our very own Jessica Blankenship was taken aback (read about it here). Was it grotesque? Yes. Disturbing? Absolutely. But did it get the message across? Eh, it was a bit (a lot) over-the-top, but I think it got its message across.

2. Dumb Ways To Die

YouTube / Metro Trains Melbourne, Dumb Ways to Die™
YouTube / Metro Trains Melbourne, Dumb Ways to Die™
YouTube / Metro Trains Melbourne, Dumb Ways to Die™
YouTube / Metro Trains Melbourne, Dumb Ways to Die™

A light-hearted approach to warning passengers, this extremely catchy tune has grabbed the internet by the hair and has amassed over 70 million views on YouTube (and millions more on other channels and video players).

3. Sexting PSA

Vimeo / Elmo Keep
Vimeo / Elmo Keep
Vimeo / Elmo Keep
Vimeo / Elmo Keep

The Babble wrote up a nice piece about it here.

Fear is a wonderful, wonderful tool. TC mark

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