"Facebook wants to feed your face hole"
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Facebook wants to feed your face hole
Facebook now wants to feed your facehole.
The social network is serving up its own form of seamless by letting users in the US order food for pickup or delivery.
Facebook partnered with existing food ordering services like ChowNow, EatStreet, DoorDash, And a few others with similar sounding and forgettable names.
In some cases Facebook even partnered directly with big chain restaurants like Five Guys, Papa Johns, and Panera.
You can browse for food by going to the menu and scrolling down to the order food section.
Here is where you may find a disappointing list of restaurants that are no where near where you live.
As I personally discovered, you may be better off just going to the main Facebook page of the restaurant you like, then clicking Start Order and choosing if you want to receive your sustenance now or later.
Facebook is always on a mission to keep you using Facebook longer.
The next natural step is to keep you nourished so you don't have to stop Facebooking when hunger strikes.
I'm Bridget Carey.
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