With only 30 min for lunch, there's no time to waste debating with your grub-buddies about where/what to eat -- otherwise, how will you fit in your under-desk siesta? Maximize your midday meal with Crazy Menu. Still in beta, SF-based Crazy aims to make lunching streamlined and democratic, just like Congress, except streamlined, and democratic. For going out, "Pick-a-Place" lets you nominate suggestions for your fellow diners to vote on after they've checked out the menus, ratings, and prices (and in the process realized what a miserable tightass you are). For ordering in, "Group Order" allows one tyrant to set the restaurant and max price/number of items per person, after which fellow eaters can pick off the e-menu -- sparing you the hassle of passing menus, hovering over desks, and explaining that if they don't hold the L on that BLT, Diane from Biz-Dev's face will get redder than a T. You can also write reviews, upload photos, and create and browse profiles of other lunchers -- useless, Facebook-y options that'd take so much time, your lunch initiative might as well be mired in a multi-departmental best-burrito filibuster.