I like the _idea_ of being able to order food for delivery, but the problem is that you need to know what you're going to want at least 90 minutes before you want it.

'cause it's going to take you at least 10 minutes, probably 15, to find where to order it from, work out exactly what you're ordering, compose the directions so they can actually find you, and place the order. Then another hour for delivery.

And then, when it arrives, seven times out of ten, the fries will be soggy and the milkshake will just be milk.

... Even if you _do_ know what you want 90 minutes before you want it, you need to not be stuck in meetings, so you can muck about on your phone ordering food.

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