Everyone eventually craves the fatty comfort provided by fast food, but what's the point of going to get that Whopper if you're going to burn off like 15 calories just rolling off your beanbag? Keeping you super-sized and stationary, The Fast Food Dude.
Launching this Saturday, Dude's a web-based fast food delivery service whisking grub from franchises and local faves right to the doors of anyone from midtown to downtown, run by a Clark Atlanta grad inspired to start the business after he and a friend craved burgers and agreed that they'd pay someone to not have to go out in the cold -- so exactly like you've said a million times, except he rolled off his beanbag. Click any of the 13 restaurants (or shoot Dude an email to request one that's not included) to peruse menus, then fill your cart with stuffings from beloved ATL spots, like gyros from Marco's Pita, and build-your-own pasta plates from Eats, plus national guys like Waffle House, McDonald's (including b'fast), Wendy's, T Bell, Popeye's, and even Krispy Kreme, a franchise which Dude says is "sooooo old! Probably why its sooooo good!", logic that explains why Dude is dating Dame Judy Dench. You can also make special requests for anything you want added/left out of your order, and you can cancel an order via phone or email within 10 minutes, but not after, so they say "make sure you are satisfied with your requests" -- which won't be an issue, once BK puts "Bust a Move" on the menu.
Naturally, you'll receive a free two-week Netflix trial with your first order, and while you wait on deliverance, you can play one of the online video games on their "arcade" page, filled with ever-popular titles like Highway Madness, Fratboy Unicycle Relay, and Kingball -- also the nickname you famously earned after rolling all the way to BK to avoid unwanted weight loss.