Foodler lets lazy people (like me) order food online from area restaurants and have it delivered.
When browsing menus, the site highlights certain food terms and offers definitions. For example, if you don’t know what “chipotle” is, just click it to see the definition:
A brownish-red hot spice consisting of ground, ripe, and dried jalapenos that has a distinctive hot, smoky, biting, sweet, and meaty flavor.
When planning an order from Moogy’s recently, I noticed the word “broccoli” highlighted, and couldn’t resist clicking. Broccoli is:
Tiny bunches of tightly closed green buds growing from a thick edible stalk.
Let’s pause for a moment to consider our achievements as a society. As an average Foodler user, I’m already expected to lounge on my couch as I order food and have it delievered, without exerting more effort than I would in writing this sentence. Now, in addition, I’m expected to be unfamiliar with what broccoli is.
And if you turn your attention to the left, you’ll see the Morlock race evolving beneath our feet.