Lazy people of the Internet, your time has come.
A new service called Magic promises to deliver any legal item regardless of location (inside the US), price or buyer. It even accepts the digital currency bitcoin, if you're so inclined.
Users begin by texting the company's main number, sending the word "Magic." An operator responds, asking what you need.
Name any product or service, and the Magic employee will seek it out from a third party and have it delivered to your door.
Although Magic announces the price up front, it's not clear what portion of the total is a fee or tip.
In sample orders shown on Magic's website, the price seems a bit hefty for what's being delivered: $95.12 for a dozen roses and delivery from a local shop, for example.
But, if you're hungry or lazy enough, Magic is just a text message away. After a one-time entry of your address and credit card information, its delivery service is hassle-free.
Drunk on a Friday night? Magic is your new best friend.