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7-Eleven Now Delivers Date Night and Hangover Kits Complete with Condoms and Red Bull

7-Eleven Now Delivers Date Night and Hangover Kits Complete with Condoms and Red Bull

7-Eleven: Helping you to add a little romance to your lives.

Oh, thank heaven? 7-Eleven’s recently launched delivery service in partnership with DoorDash, in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, isn’t for door-to-door Slurpees (sadly). However, the mini-mart chain just announced new “convenience packs” for hangovers and date nights available for delivery only, including snacks and condoms.

The date night pack only costs $20 (plus a $2 delivery fee) and includes Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, Hershey’s chocolate, Red Bull, Trident gum, and a three-pack of Trojan condoms. Talk about romantic! The hangover pack includes Gatorade and Advil, in case your “date night” the night before was a little rougher than expected.

But does this new cheeky delivery pack go too far? We all remember Budweiser’s hiccup earlier this year with their dubious “Up for Whatever” campaign and “Removing no from your vocabulary for the night” slogan. So far, the packages have actually been pretty popular, according to USA Today. The main complaint has been a distinct lack of beer and Slurpee delivery options.

Now that we know that 7-Eleven wants to be your wingman, what can we expect next? According Prahar Shah, director of business development at DoorDash, alcohol delivery may actually be in 7-Eleven’s future. Look for a Game Day pack sometime soon with a six-pack of beer and popular tailgating snacks.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


Dum Vivimus, Vivamus

BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom County medical examiner says a toddler drowned in a bathtub at a Deming home because of inadequate adult supervision.
Medical Examiner Gary Goldfogel says 2-year-old Garret A. Charlie drowned accidentally Friday while bathing with cousins — ages 3 and 5.
The sheriff’s office is investigating whether negligence or abuse charges should be brought against the boy’s aunt and uncle.
The Bellingham Herald reports state child welfare workers placed the boy in the home in August because his mother was in rehab for drug abuse.
A prayer service for Garret was scheduled at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Nooksack Tribe Community Building.

Just a quick sad story. but what hit me was the 'duh' factor. I mean, who else are you going to hold responsible if a 2-year old dies in the tub than the adults that are supposed to be caring for him?

The Sheriff's Department shouldn't be investigating 'whether' negligence or abuse charges should be fired. they should be trying to find out who to hang a murder charge on.

Thumbs up for Peoples Bank!

A feel good story. this place is actually starting to feel all warm and fuzzy!

Well now. that's nice. People acting like people, and treating other people like human beings, instead of account numbers.

The only negative part from this story is that the weren't able to somehow catch the sorry bastard that tried rooking these folks out of their $2,000. Would love to see him strung up by his thumbs(or his winkie) in the town square. Instead, he could be calling your parents/grand parents right now, trying again.


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