It's been said that there's "no such thing as a stupid question."
Unless, of course, you're attempting to ask a woman what she wants for dinner.
Yep, asking a girl what she wants to eat is probably the most useless question that ever came into existence.
In addition to being notoriously picky eaters, most of us ladies tend to be indecisive AF.
Therefore, I'm pretty sure finding a cure for cancer or building a functional rocket ship out of toothpicks is probably a lot easier and less frustrating than getting us to give you an answer other than the classic, "I don't know. What do you want?" response.
No, really, I'm almost certain that more relationships have ended over trying to choose a damn restaurant for date night than anything else.
If the process of choosing a meal is more painful and dramatic than watching an entire season of "The Bachelorette," you might want to pay attention.
Your food commitment issues are about to become a thing of the past because someone just came up with a genius invention that will finally help you decide what the fuck you want to eat for once in your life.
Allow me to introduce you to the almighty Entrée app:
This clever application is basically like Tinder, but for food.
Instead of hopelessly swiping through an endless array of douchey date prospects, you simply browse through the profiles of available delicious meals in your area.
The app lets you swipe left or right on the entrées that catch your eye from restaurants in the vicinity, and then it gives you all the deets necessary to make a decision like ratings, distance and delivery options.
Entrée has powerful filters to help you find the food that best suits your mood at that moment.
Plus, you can even order an Uber right from the app that will bring you straight to the man meal of your dreams.
But that's not all. Entrée also learns your food preferences over time, so it can suggest similar types of dishes to you in the future to help you save time.
If you're looking to solve your dinner dilemmas with this glorious app, Entrée is currently available in New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC.