The ultimate present for a colleague .. a secret lucky day.
Imagine the scene -- you've got a bit of money to spend .. so you pay for a company to give your best friend the ultimate secret 'lucky day'. He thinks tomorrow is going to be another normal boring Tuesday. It's not his birthday or
Christmas -- just an average boring day.
He gets up in the morning and it starts off slow. The guy finds the central heating has made the whole house particularly cosy. The washing and ironing has been done .. in fact the whole house is looking like its been spring-cleaned (must have been the flat mates). The birds are singing, and the radio-alarm clock is playing his favourite hits.
As he starts nosing through his paper, his favourite breakfast has been cooked by someone (again - must have been the flat-mates?). His shares are up 3 points. There is no bad news in the paper, just some juicy gossip about his favourite celeb. He flicks on the TV and (through a hidden VCR) his favourite episode of Miami Vice is on. He stands on the weighing machine in the bathromm and .. whoa .. he's lost 15 pounds. (The scales were secretely altered in the night).
The phone rings .. its the boss. 'Computers are down, not worth you coming into work until 11:30 today. Sorry for the inconvenience .. we'll put you on to double-pay for the morning because I'm afraid you're gonna have to chill out at home'.
Thanking his lucky stars he goes back to bed for a lie-in. Gets a phone call from 'Susie and Michelle' the absolutely gorgoues secretaries. 'Hi, we've been kicked out of our flat .. can we come over and stay at yours this morning?'. They come over -- 1 thing leads to another .. you know what I'm saying. Afterwards Michelle wants to show off her mastery in the kitchen by cooking a full Brunch for the guy .. and insists a job isn't done right until she's finished off the washing up.
Finally at 11:20 he leaves the house to go to work. This is turning out to be his best day ever. Just about to step into his rusty old Ford, and a marketing guy stops him. 'Here at Ferrari we're running a campaign to prove our cars are fine for the average Joe. 'Would you mind taking this F360 and driving it from now onwards, for the publicity of it. Naturally we'll pay you and cover the insurance etc.'
He reaches work. After being promoted to the board, he gets shown his brand new office complete with digital satallite tv & radio (on which he hears his winning lottery numbers come up). His new role involves him checking out holiday resorts for the companys clients. And for that, naturally, he needs a company jet. Such promotion naturally comes with a huge bonus 'paid in advance'.
And the day goes on like this -- the ultimate 24 hours. The day afterwards he realises it was all a set-up organised in minute detail by 'Company X' but he's had the best day of his life .. completely unexpected. The ultimate present for all time, and memories to last a lifetime. A great deal better then buying the guy a cheesy wristwatch!