Yesterday, BetaBeat, The New York Observer‘s tech blog, published what could be one of our favorite stories of the week. If you’ve ever used Seamless, your lazy ass is probably familiar with the “Special Instructions” box at the end of the order form. What kind of special requirements might a person have, you ask? Welp, using specific keywords (“Naked,” “High,” “Weed,” and “Pants,” to name a few), Seamless compiled a “best of” list.
Here are some highlights:
“apartment is in the rear building, if you hurry up a naked chick will 100% answer the door for you.”
“I want a high five when you hand me my food”
“I smoked mad weed and I got a new video game so don’t break your balls getting here.”
“Extra sides of Kung fu ketchup and drugs”
“please draw a large octopus on the bag”