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You Can Now Have Chipotle Delivered To Your Front Door And Everything Is Right In The World

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Chipotle is an absolute godsend. Their burritos are like a warm diaper of orgasmic fun and their guac makes me want to rub it all over myself and live the rest of my days as a disobedient avocado. The only downside to the deal is waiting in line among hungover degenerates and some infuriatingly indecisive assholes to get your fix.

But what if you didn’t have to wait in line? What if you could not only skip the line, but the entire establishment itself, all while still indulging in your favorite, shameful burrito bowl?

Chipotle is now delivering in select cities, utilizing an app called Postmates that will also deliver other necessities such as Starbucks and Jon Hamm (I lied about that last part, but I’m starting a petition to add him to the menu). The delivery service will be available in 67 cities, and you’d better pray yours made the cut.

The catch? The service can get pretty pricey. Some report that it can cost upwards of $20 to have a burrito delivered, which really puts a damper on our Chipotle high. Can’t say this will stop me when that particularly bad Sunday hangover hits, as I firmly believe it’s okay to splurge once in awhile. For those who are skeptical about the cost, I have two words for you: Treat yo’self.

[via Cosmopolitan]

Image via Chipotle

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Lucky Jo

Lucky Jo is a former and current TSM writer who likes her men how she likes her coffee: way too hot and unforgivably bitter. She graduated from the University of Missouri in 2016, proving that C's do in fact get degrees. She now spends her days working for a social media marketing agency, hiking with her dachshund, and trying to bring back the scrunchie. Hate mail and goat memes can be sent to lucyjmulvihill@gmail.com.

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