This Is Why We're Fat: You Can Now Order Domino's By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

May 14, 2015

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Starting May 20th, you'll be able to order your 'Easy Order' (a custom order you've pre-saved on the Domino's website, along with your address and billing info) simply by tweeting the pizza emoji to @dominos. After tweeting, you'll receive a verification text, and your pizza will be on its way. I will only do it once, for the novelty, then go back to ordering Papa John's because Papa John's is the tits. Complimentary pepperoncini and garlic sauce for the win heartburn and diarrhea.

Once a customer has registered their Twitter handle on their Domino's Pizza Profile, they will then be able to simply tweet #EasyOrder or just the pizza emoji to the Domino's Twitter handle. Domino's will then send the customer a direct message to confirm the order and the Easy Order saved in a customer's profile will be automatically sent to their home.

I mean, it's cool it's so simple, but I rarely want to order the same thing every time. I like to SPICE IT UP. Sometimes I want ham and pineapple, and other times I want sausage and mushrooms. Just kidding, I never want ham and pineapple. You know what happened the last time I had a slice of ham and pineapple pizza? I got OUT OF CONTROL. "Yeah, that was probably the twelve cocktails you had before." IT WAS THE PIZZA. I know my body.

  • iofo61

    Taco Bell offers the same service if you text the poop emoji.

  • Idiocracy.

  • Carter Adams

    Don't order Papa John's; he's an awful conservative who cut his employees' hours so that they wouldn't be provided health care by the company under the Affordable Care Act.

    Also: nothing beats the Pizza Hut stuffed crust.

  • WronglyRabbit

    No he didn't. Without reading anything I know he didn't. Because Papa John's restaurants are franchises. He may have made comments regarding his opinion on the Affordable Care Act might affect his franchises. In fact now that I had read something on this topic, which I suggest you do next time, he neither threatened to nor did he actually attempt to cut any hours.

  • Carter Adams

    http://www.naplesnews.com/b... Start at paragraph seven there, Sparky. What were you trying to cover up?

  • WronglyRabbit

    Darn you found out I'm part of the Conspiracy. But seriously: "Schnatter said it was likely that some franchise owners would reduce employees' hours in order to avoid having to cover them" That says what I said, not what you said. Do you understand what a franchise is?

  • Carter Adams

    You know what's a great way to avoid that happening, as the CEO? Advise the franchise owners to explicitly NOT do it. At least that way, he's got plausible deniability.

  • WronglyRabbit

    Not to beat you over the head here, but your original claim was that we should deprive ourselves of John's better ingredients and better pizza, hand-crafted hot-to-order with premium cheeses and olives imported from Spain, because in an act of Dickensian villainy Schnatter reduced workers hours in an attempt to evade offering them at-cost health insurance. You now seem to be conceding that Schnatter reduced no ones hours, nor was he in a position to do so directly. So why should I boycott the small businesses that might be in the financial situation Schnatter described, again?

  • Pinguinus Scipio Africanus

    They all suck. If you want good pizza, go to the North East.

  • Jon B

    Nah, Chicago has the best. That flat pizza in the North East tastes like cardboard.

  • Dani

    Pizza Hut did the same, they cut employees' hours so that they wouldn't be provided health care by the company under the Affordable Care Act.

  • Carter Adams

    Got a source on that? The only pizza chain I can find that did that was Papa John's, and the only other food company that did it across the board has long since abandoned the idea thanks to appropriate backlash.

  • Xockszky

    Soon we won't even be able to use our voice. Just send some iPhone emoticon to the pizza place and a pizza automatically arrives. Want a haircut? Just show them your phone with a hair emoticon on it. Soon enough, human languages will revert back to a series of guttural noises.

  • Ollie Williams

    Grrruugggghhhhll...

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