"We know that this is a weird time... [but] death threats over Chinese takeout are definitely not the way anyone should be handling any situation, ever."
Local restaurant groups and a styrofoam cup maker claim that the city did 'zero environmental analysis.'
Yeah, like, the things you put stuff on.
The Wheatfield staff has taken a number of steps to prevent Kung Pao chicken (and cocaine or whatever) from being dropped into the rec yard.
This perfectly formed nugget of slacker rock is taken from the Philadelphia band's second album, out on (you guessed it) 4/20.
There are house calls, and then there are bed calls.
"I was 17, scared, and totally unsure what to do with that situation. But at the end of the day they were just a bunch of intoxicated, naked adults that just wanted some pizza."
In Queens, thieves have been stealing Chinese food delivery drivers’ cars while they make the short jaunt from their cars to front doors to drop off the goods. They must be stopped!
It seems as though the owner of a small kebab shop in New Zealand has found a pretty ingenious method of stopping would-be thieves in their tracks—and you best believe it involves acting blasé as fuck.
We aren’t looking to technology just to figure out what to eat; we are also using it to decide where to eat and who to eat with, even if that means just staying in for some pho and chill.
Deliveroo cyclists are at the bottom of the road’s food chain—we piss everyone off. We take risks other takeout food couriers don’t because we have to meet the half hour deadline to deliver orders.