No. No, it would not be.
I'm sorry, but I find this premise very hard to swallow. How could a race of chocolate-people evolve into such highly developed, socially and technologically advanced beings, when they're so delectable, and yet clearly possess no good defensive mechanism against predators? Even their basic survival instinct seems to be non-existent, if the behavior of both the surfer and the lifeguard are at all representative of the species. Such a creature would have been hunted to extinction eons ago!
The only way a humanoid race like this could exist, would be if they were domesticated herd animals. Like, maybe in this world, sharks are people, and all the civilized "human" things you see (buildings, surfboards, binoculars) were actually created by sharks for the benefit of their industrial human land-farms.
Either that, or these choco-sapiens are the result of some kind of selective de-volution; a slave race of genetically modified human beings, kept in ranches resembling twentieth century Earth, and presumably bred to serve as a source of food and sexual diversion by some future Master Race of cannibalistic, techno-oligarchical trans-humans.
Whichever scenario is true, this commercial is absolutely terrifying.
Damnit, that's the 22nd pair of binoculars you've eaten, Marie!
If you don't stop, I'm gonna have to start docking your flimsy lifeguard paycheque!
I believe this commercial is from Australia originally but it also aired in at least Canada in the mid-2000s and I wouldn't be surprised if it also aired in at least Britain if not also the United States and wherever else in the world that Cadbury is sold.
I always found the way the surfer wiggles his butt and the shark's appreciative wink to be homoerotic. Assuming the shark is a male, of course.
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