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The Pizza-Ordering Fridge Magnet

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In case you've been avoiding the news, the world is a terrible place full of death, depression and Adam Sandler movies.

But every now and then, something inspirational and heart-warming happens and life seems worth living all over again. Welcome to the VIP Fridge Magnet.

Over in Dubai, pizza company Red Tomato have created a gadget that's left us feeling sick with excitement. When hunger strikes but you're too lazy and socially inept to do anything about it, the VIP Fridge Magnet allows you to press a button and, before you know it, enjoy a freshly delivered pizza within minutes.

The game-changer is for priority customers only and has a preset order built-in which is based on your previous pizza-buying habits.

The only downside is that life might not be able to offer up anything remotely better ever again. Consider this the greatest moment of your life. Enjoy.

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