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Domino’s has released the ultimate hungover pizza app

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Think about the worst hangover you've ever had.

Head like a washing machine filled with hammers? Eyes redder than a baboon's backside? A stomach more volatile than a rattlesnake with a stinkin' attitude?

Eurgh, it makes us feel sick even thinking about it. It suuuuucked.

The worst thing? That forty-minute internal battle, arguing for and against the idea of crawling to the fridge for some sustenance, or just staying there, still, on the sofa, and watching another episode of Storage Wars. Who needs food, anyway? It takes ages to die from hunger, right?

Well, imagine a world where that inner monologue never has to happen again. Stuff of sci-fi fiction, surely?

NOT ANY MORE.

Day-after-the-night-before saviours, Domino's, have just released an app that could save you from hangover hunger hell. 

The Zero Click app syncs to your well-worn Domino's account and locates your last order, or tucks into your favourites, and then wings an order out right away. That's pizza, to your door, after one single finger movement. One.

Unfortunately, you'll have to endure zombie-like Saturday mornings for a little longer, as the service is only available in the US for now. But with our proud British reputation for boozin', it surely can't be long before it opens up here, too.

Thank you for being you, pizza. 

 

Pic: Rex

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