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DoingSomething takes speed dating to new heights in London.

A great stunt took place tonight (Thursday 28th Feb) at the London Eye, whereby 250 single men, and 250 single women were randomly shoved into a themed capsules for a speed dating experience like no other. The themes ranged from ping pong and silent disco to karaoke and cabaret. Women’s tickets sold out early, with mens available until today still – priced at £29. After, you got to know your new...

Coca-Cola ATM gives away free money, asks people to use it to help others.

This stunt by Coca-Cola happened a while back in Spain, December 2012. The ATM—placed in different cities—had a simple message on its screen: Get 100 euros (£66). Without card. When people stopped and tapped Yes, the ATM took you through a few steps: “But only if you agree to share it.” Of course, everyone tapped yes. After that, the ATM asked if they needed any suggestions to share it. Many people...

Foul Fashion poke fun at photoshopped hunks with Diet Coke parody

Garish partywear clothing brand Foul Fashion is taking a swipe at photoshopped hunks used in advertising. In a video created by Manifest London, Foul Fashion poke fun at the latest Diet Coke ad “The Gardener” but instead of flashing toned abs (who HAS those anyway?), the Foul Fashion hunk leaves the ladies lost for words when they catch a glimpse of his Foul Fashion shirt. Foul Fashion gets tons of...

Bookmakers leave Chelsea FC in a Paddy

It’s another ‘classic’ from the Irish bookmakers Paddy Power as their cheeky dig at Fernando Torres winds up CFC! The playful billboard, placed just outside Stamford Bridge, is another shining example of PP’s brilliant and shameless approach to publicity, which could result in long finasteride term coverage as reports come through that Chelsea are seeking legal action. The ad brazenly pokes...

At long last! A genuinely clever QR code!

Tattoo parlour Bergge Tattoo has come up with a genuinely clever QR code. Instead of hiring through traditional channels they’ve put out an ad with a QR code. Would be applicants need to prove their precision and art skills by filling in the QR code, unlocking the application. Makes bog standard emails to the HR team look very behind the...

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