A spoof website aims to bring smiles (and maybe some z's) to Google fans.

Sure, Google Maps may be useful, but what about those times when you really just need to know the best location to take a nap nearest you? Enter Google Naps, a spoof website created by Dutch creative agencies Kakhiel and Venour.

The tool features an intuitive interface, allowing users to share their favorite nap spot simply by clicking on the location. A prompt then asks users to share their name, reason for choosing that spot, and type of nap situation (field, bench, bed or bridge); the thinking behind including ‘bridge' as an option leaves much to the imagination.

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