So, if you're like me-- and I mean more than just in the sense of a living, mostly-bipedal, carbon-based mammal-- then you probably sit at a desk in an office. This is all well and good because at a desk in an office, a lot of your choices are made for you. You know when to show up, you know what to wear, you know what to do, and if you're really good, you know what to do so you don't have to do what you are supposed to do. Get it? Well, with all these decisions made for you, you may have, like me, gotten rusty at making decisions. Take lunch for example. You know when you are supposed to go. But where to go? My friends and I can waste many cellular air-time minutes trying to figure out where to go for lunch. A common conversation goes like this:
ME: So you wanna get lunch?
Friend: Yeah, I'm starved!
ME: So where ya wanna go?
Friend: Uhhh, I dunno. Where do you wanna go?
ME: Uhhh, I was kinda hoping you had a good idea.
And then you probably progress into the stage where you start going through all the types of food. Eventually you might decide on a place, or, worst case scenario here, you might actually miss your lunch break trying to figure out where to eat lunch. If you are one of those people, I recommend you move back into your parents' house and have your mother pack you a lunch with special little messages written on the napkins. Or better yet, just don't call me to go to lunch.
But your troubles are over. I have employed a team of forensic experts and internet search engine gurus to find a solution to this lunch problem. Actually, no. I just found a cool link and thought I'd build it up a little before posting it this time. So, without further ado, here are the results of my astonishingly expensive and time consuming search through all the knowledge of mankind:
OK. It's the Magic Lunch 8-Ball. Man, I wish I'd thought of this years ago. Click here to visit it. Simply click the 8-Ball to find a lunch spot for the day. It's foolproof. Even you can probably do it without too much trouble. Really. That's it. You are going to save SOOOO much time. And with the holidays approaching, remember who to thank here.
Actually, I didn't really even have to search for this, I was getting caught up on my Odd Todd comics (available here) and stumbled across the link on his pages.