Delivery's a convenience made onerous by the ineptitude of others, from the phone guy who makes you repeat your address thrice, to the delivery guy who doesn't realize penny rolls are money. Automate your stay-at-home supping with GoMobo.com.
GoMobo's a free, NY-based service that uses text messaging to remove human error/annoyingness from the ordering process -- like a SkyNet for your stomach, but decades away from self-aware falafel. Just pick your favorite spot and input your go-to meal (e.g., Atomic Wings burger, medium rare, American cheese, bacon, onions, ketchup, mustard, no mayo, side salad, side o' ranch, fruit cup) and Mobo will assign it a code (e.g., "1"). Whenever you desire said feast, simply text the code to Mobo, which'll notify the restaurant, charge your card on file, factor in tip, etc, and make note of any special instructions -- like "Don't pack cold Coke with hot pizza", or "If mugged, protect Lo Mein with life".
To spread the word, Mobo's offering a $5 credit for friend referrals, and $15 for each restaurant you help sign up -- an optimistic expectation for a user base whose laziness is already a matter of record.