The Instant Date Prank Springs Dates onto Unsuspecting People

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 12, 2014
References: youtube & creativeguerrillamarketing
The Instant Date Prank by Stuart Edge involved setting up a mysterious red button on a beach boardwalk, which would instantly set people up on a date. The allure of the button proved too much for most people, as they were temped to press it, which caused assistants to spring into action, quickly bringing chairs, tables and plates of food for an impromptu mini-date. Some of the transformations even included clothing changes, which took the pranksters from looking casual to ready for fine dining.

Considering that the pranks have to be set up immediately, the pranksters are able to roll with the punches pretty well, including scenarios where people walk away after pressing the button, or when the quickly-assembled table falls apart, one actress mumbles in embarrassment that she should have picked a better restaurant for their date.