There's nothing redeeming about trips to the grocery -- even if there happen to be a few attractive women there, they tend to run in terror from any single man carrying a family pack of Quilted Northern 2-Ply. Make that sweet tower of TP come to you, with AtlGroceryDelivery
The first such service to cover four metro-ATL counties (Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett, and DeKalb), AGD maintains a stable of drivers all over the city in order to quickly and cheaply route goods from Publix, Kroger, and Whole Foods right to your condiment-bedecked fridge. Sign up free online, stuff your cart, and schedule a drop-off; the goods can be there within four hours, three if you pay a bit more and order before 2pm, or you can drastically reduce delivery fees via next-day service (a few hours planning ahead can enable a lifetime of unrepentant sloth). Anything can be had save for alcoholic beverages (thanks, legislature), and there's no minimum purchase -- so if you're an invalid in desperate need of a single Mountain Blast POWERade, you're good to go.
AGD's simultaneously launched a nationwide service, patriotically dubbed HomelandDelivery.com, allowing you to restock the TP supplies of friends whose bathrooms you've graced all across this great land.