Call me old-fashioned, but I like to buy the things I put into my body in person (I'm talking about food you perverts).
I go to the supermarket. I pick out my bananas by hand. I say hello to the cashiers and tell them to say hi to their moms for me and comment on the weather and all that bullshit. It's nice.
That is, till I found out about Jet -- the online mega-store (akin to Amazon) that allows me to buy fresh produce, meat, seafood, and essentially everything else I'd ever want in a supermarket, all from the comfort of my neighbor's Wi-Fi that I steal. Now, I could care less about my human cashier, or his mom.
I may never set foot in another grocery store again. And maybe you shouldn't, either. Here's a breakdown of Jet's grocery game, and how it compares to that of its river-named competitor.