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I Just Discovered You Can Pre-Order Seamless To Be Delivered For Your Morning Hangover

The room service of the future.

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If you're like me (and nearly every other human in New York City) you probably use Seamless for approximately 76% of your meals.

And while it's actually life changing, you still have to wait 40 minutes to an hour for your meal to be delivered. So when you're on a serious time crunch, or just hangry as hell, you're sometimes forced to just eat the stale cereal in your pantry.

But while I was sitting on my couch at 1:47 a.m. Saturday morning thinking to myself, damn, a bagel with scallion cream cheese would be really good when I wake up, I wondered if there was a way to pre-order my delivery so I could magically awaken to delicious hangover breakfast goods?

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And guess what, THERE IS.

I opened up the app, clicked to change the delivery time, and noticed you can actually schedule food to be delivered up to four days in advance.

Am I the last person to notice this?

But would my 1:47 a.m. delivery order actually work so last minute and show up on my doorstep at 9 a.m.??? Yes, and in fact, it actually showed up like room service straight to my door at 8:44 a.m.

I know you might be like, wow, couldn't you just walk six blocks to the grocery store to pick up a bagel? But no, judgey reader, I could not. I was leaving for a trip bright and early with zero time to stop anywhere!!
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I know you might be like, wow, couldn't you just walk six blocks to the grocery store to pick up a bagel? But no, judgey reader, I could not. I was leaving for a trip bright and early with zero time to stop anywhere!!

And now you know (or maybe you already knew and I'm the last person to figure this out): you, too, can preorder a bagel, egg, and cheese to your doorstep the night before.

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What a time to be alive.

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