It's true. You don't need him. You need fries and a Dairy Queen Blizzard. Lose the salad.
it turns out those special instructions fields on online delivery screens are good for more than just making kitchen help draw pictures of dragons fighinig unicorns on pizza boxes. Samantha La Rocco was feeling rejected after a breakup, so she ordered a salad online from a vegan restaurant in Los Angeles (a sure sign of someone thinking they don't deserve happiness). In the special instructions she wrote, "I've just been dumped. Please draw something inspiring on the container."
Samantha was taking a big risk in opening her heart to that online text field. A less scrupulous counterperson might have seized the opportunity of a girl on the rebound by drawing a lifesize rendering of his penis accompanied by his phone number. Luckily, her vegan restaurant came through with the above message of hope.
La Rocca told GoodMorningAmerica.com, "It was the happiest salad I've ever had in my life. I kept the container. It's still in the refrigerator."
Fuck my therapist. From now on I'm just going to spend twelve bucks on a hamburger via Seamless and tell them in the special instructions, "Draw something that will help me manage my anger with something other than alcohol and drugs." A dragon fighiting a unicorn should do the trick.
(By Bob Powers)