Corvallis is a college town with a growing population, but it lacks the amenities of most “modern” cities. We don’t have Uber support, we lack any Internet options outside of Comcast, and, until this year, we lacked a proper fast food delivery service.
What kind of hell are we living in?
Munchys Delivery, an on-demand delivery service started by Lebanon natives, is here to solve all of our first world problems by delivering foods to the masses. The poor, the meek, the cold, the hungry, and especially, the drunk and high.
Munchys Delivery provides service from 11 restaurants, including the likes of Taco Bell, Subway, KFC, Carl’s Jr, Applebee’s, and Chipotle. They also provide a variety of items from what they call the “Munchys Convenient Store,” where one can get anything from a 20 ounce Coke to a pack of toilet paper delivered to their door with a quick phone call.
Deliveries require a minimum $10 order and start with a $2.99 delivery fee. Munchys operates from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and stays open until midnight on Friday and Saturday for those students stuck inside studying or boozing over the weekend.
No matter what this means for the state of our society, Munchys Delivery is providing a solid service that could lead to less DUIs and to keeping those under the influence indoors, and for that we should thank them.
By Nathan Hermanson