Have you ever realized , being home, that you need something , but you don’t have time to go out or you can’t just reach the nearest supermarket? With Milk, please!  now you can be delivered at home exactly what you need and earn from it.

Milk, please! it’s a service accessible from the web, smartphone and special in store corner. You can send a request to other users in the same area and they can accept and deliver the items .

While purchasing, someone views your request, if he finds it right, he can purchase for you.

Your grocery shopping will come home, while the system handles the online payment and compensates  those who deliver your items.




April April!

“A sense of humor is the only divine quality of man.” said Arthur Schopenhauer. Here some April fools’ stories from around the web.









Not enough? Other examples here and here for a complete database.

IKEA BERÖRA: The iPad Glove Kit

To launch the iPad version of the IKEA-catalogue in Norway, they created a brand new IKEA product called “BERÖRA”. It´s a sewing kit with a special conductive thread to sew into say the index finger of your favourite gloves. This little operation will make your gloves, mittens or whatever work on a touch-screen. Thousand kits were made for the promotion—they sold out in two weeks.



MAGNIFICENT MONDAY: how to declare the monday after Superbowl

On the day after Super Bowl Sunday, 7 million Americans don’t show up to work, according to the hard-working folks at Coca-Cola. Another 4.4 million arrived at their places of business late this morning, according to Coke estimates.

So the brand’s marketing team (and agency team at CP+B) figured that if 11.4 million people are already not showing up or not really serving their businesses at full throttle on the Monday after Super Bowl, why not call it a day (off) and let the entire American workforce stay home for the day?

Coke Zero would like to name the Monday after Super Bowl Sunday Magnificent Monday, according to a company release. “Coke Zero believes that people can more thoroughly enjoy the big game knowing they have Magnificent Monday off,” a press release notes. “This holiday is essentially already happening, but Coke Zero is leading the charge to make it official.” And what could be more important to our national wellbeing than making sure that people are thoroughly enjoying the big game?

In keeping with the social underpinning to the modern Super Bowl, the ever-so-slightly tongue-in-cheek digital campaign is inviting citizens to tweet ideas on how to make Magnificent Monday a reality with the Twitter hashtag #magmonday.



Heineken® is helping ignite romance this Valentine’s Day with the launch of a fun new Facebook application called ‘The Serenade’.

Based on the brand’s second global film ‘The Date,’ the new app enables Heineken consumers to send humorous personalized songs to potential partners, inviting them on a date. Available in twenty languages, ‘The Serenade’ is designed to put love in the air and smiles on faces around the world. Millions of adult consumers across the globe will be able to participate and create their own Serenade songs via Heineken®’s Facebook page.

On Thursday 9 February, HEINEKEN will host “Serenade Live”, an 8-hour YouTube event, during which individuals around the world will get the chance to serenade the object of their heart’s desire live online, which will hopefully lead to a host of many successful dates.


2012 – It’s time to tell the truth (maybe)

via  ThePoke

TODO LO DEMÁS ES PRESTADO (emotional gift shop)

TODO LO DEMÁS ES PRESTADO is both a spanish gift shop and a charity project made by  your feelings, because love can’t be seen or sold. Love is a gift



Thanks @belentorregrosa