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Chunky Monkey Attack? Don't Get Up; Postmates On Demand Delivery Has Got You

Don't get up. Get other people to do stuff for you, with Postmates.

Don't get up. Get other people to do stuff for you, with Postmates.

Channel your inner Axl Rose. Demand only the green M&Ms, chug the whiskey straight from the handle (don't, really), and trash the hotel room (don't really do that either). Instead, dream up a few things you simply cannot do without, right here, right now. A portobello mushroom eggs benedict, a Nacho Bellgrande, six USB flash drives, 14 bottles of Johnsons & Johnsons baby oil, a bag of Swedish Fish (cherry only, please), a package of disposable shot glasses, and some oysters on the half shell.

Postmates will bring it all, no questions asked (you weirdo), in under an hour.

See also: Taco Cat Adds Bike-Delivered Sunday Brunch Service with Breakfast Burritos

The app and web platform launch in Minneapolis on May 14, allowing you to order from any store or restaurant for delivery in under an hour. While it looks like the local website is still under construction, they promise delivery from any merchant as long as they can prepare a to-go order. Barbecue, groceries, prescriptions, whatevs.

They say their fleet of 10,000 Postmates riders and drivers have completed more than two million deliveries in 24 cities.

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Don't get up. Get other people to do stuff for you, with Postmates.

Don't get up. Get other people to do stuff for you, with Postmates.

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