Choice distress: You can’t even decide which app to use, let alone which restaurant you want to order from.
There’s some really nice things to hear in NYC.
I’ve never been a fan of seamless. It’s an undeniably convenient service, but the comfort factor takes away from many of the “experience” factors that come with ordering takeout.
I wonder what I’ll get next?
If I had my way, I would NEVER call my gynecologist back.
3. Instead of monopolizing your time, Seamless actually frees it up — Now you can focus on more important things, like Instagram and your Netflix queue.
7. Issuing a moratorium on the word “abuzz.”
You just don’t really like anyone. At least not more than your Tempur-Pedic pillow.
13. SEAMLESS it up. Tweet about how much you like seamless. Pat yourself on the back for being so groundbreakingly original.
Know what won’t help when you’re elbowing your way through a crowd like a hungry Roseanne Barr? A judgmental friend.