If you've ever wondered what a Swedish Marine does during their downtime, the answer lies within this Greased Lightning revamp.
With nothing to do and far from home, bored Swedish Marines decided to reenact one of the most iconic musical scenes of all time. 'Greased Lightning' is a song performed by a very young and attractive John Travolta in the notorious 70s musical 'Grease'. This scene features high school boys in their school garage thrusting their prepubescent pelvises at the camera and singing in style. These Swedish Marines were far from an American high school, but that didn't stop them from completing the entire dance number with in sync moves almost as flawless and swift as the original.
I hope with enough views these men are persuaded to reenact the entire musical.
These Bored Swedish Marines Comically Reenact Grease Lightening
1. Virtual Military Musicals - Opportunities for virtual and augmented reality technology to create new military musical experiences.
2. Military Social Media Virality - The potential for military content to go viral on social media platforms, providing a new avenue for recruitment and outreach for the armed forces.
3. Comedic Military Reenactments - Opportunities for military personnel to use comedic reenactments as a way to boost morale and create a positive perception of their work.
1. Entertainment - The entertainment industry could explore partnerships with the military to create new forms of military-inspired content, such as movies or television shows.
2. Military - The military could incorporate more creative and entertaining activities, such as choreographed dances or musical performances, into their training and downtime to boost morale and camaraderie among personnel.
3. Technology - Technology companies could develop new platforms or apps that enable military personnel to easily create and share comedic content with each other and with the broader public online.