Anti-Marijuana Campaign Backfires As Everyone On The Internet Wants To Be This Adorable 'Stoner Sloth'

"Could you pass the salt, please, darling."

The New South Wales government's anti-marijuana campaign has quickly gone viral, but not for the right reasons.

The series of videos intend to warn viewers of the dangers of smoking marijuana, and feature a "Stoner Sloth," drawing parallels between youngsters under the influence and the Central and South American mammal, known for being extremely slow.

Take a look below.

While Australia's National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC) criticized the "Stoner Sloth" campaign and stated that it "doesn't reflect NCPIC views on how cannabis harms campaigns should be approached," the most brilliant response came from yours truly — the Internet.