Shape-Shifting Noodles, Coupons, & A Request
Do you like surprises? What about food surprises? You know, when you think you ordered garlic noodles but then the food shows up and PLOT TWIST: the noodles were actually soup the whole time. WTF? You just got M. Night Shymalan’d by a menu.
It’s tragic and there is a solution, but we need your help. All you have to do is take pictures of the food you order this weekend (you were going to anyway, right?) and upload them to EAT24 (using the Add Note button on the EAT24 App) to help other people make good future food (life) choices. Problem solved. No more surprises. No more stupid salads* tricking you into thinking they’re burritos.
Oh, and make sure to use this coupon** as a token of our appreciation.
Need another coupon? Our pleasure! Just tweet this and we’ll hook you up with a bonus code: “If I don’t take a picture of my @EAT24 order, did it really happen?”
You’re the actual noodles to our noodles.
* No offense to salad #SorrySalad
**Did you ask us for a super cool shout-out on Twitter and now you’re Wondering where it is? Don’t worry, we’d never break a promise. Check out our official shout-out blog to see your very special, totally personalized, made-to-order shout-out. Three people sent us three very nice emails asking for a shout-out, and they shall receive the highest honor: a Fine Print shout-out. So here’s to Ijeoma Osakwe, who knows that guacamole is better than most people. And to Andrea Perez, who asked very nicely (with a cherry even) for us to make her a special sundae shout-out. And finally, to Beyoncé. We’re so excited that you even talked to us, we don’t know what to say. To everyone else, we don’t tell you enough, but we love you more than carne asada. Now on to the Fine Print. This coupon is good for $2 off your order of $10 or more when paying with Credit Card, PayPal, or Google Wallet. You must have an EAT24 account to use this coupon (no biggie though, it’s easy to sign up), and the coupon expires Sunday March 1st (Shout-out to March!) 2015 at 11:59 PST. Before we go, one last shout-out. To Rick Ross and pears.