Taco Duty Summons + A Coupon
You are hereby summoned for a weekend term of Taco Duty beginning on and lasting through:
Friday, July 31st 2015 at 12:01AM to Sunday, August 2nd 2015 at 11:59PM.
You must order via Exhibit A, the Eat24 app, no less than 3 tacos of any filling between the dates stated above. If your favorite restaurant does not carry said tacos, french fries, egg rolls, or cheesy bread may be substituted.
Please have this code handy to save a few George Washingtons when placing your mandatory* order this weekend.
If you have a valid excuse for not attending Taco Duty, please tweet your excuse to @eat24, email firstname.lastname@example.org or just see our fine print.
You’re the Witness to our Subpoena.
*Just kidding. Ordering is not mandatory. And also there are no valid excuses to avoid Taco Duty. Tacos are amazing and it’s your civic responsibility to let your stomach pursue life, liberty, and beef-y cheese-y deliciousness. However, if you need to get out of real jury duty, we can totally help you out. First, make sure to mention your pants-free lifestyle. The easiest way to do this is to show up wearing your bathrobe, eating a slice of cold pizza. Also, make sure everyone knows you are the only person who can properly care for your couch. Not just anyone can fill your specific butt-groove and your couch is likely to get cranky if they try. If all that fails, simply bore everyone to sleep by reading them the Fine Print, then escape through the judge’s chambers: This $2 coupon expires on Sunday, August 2nd at 11:59PM PDT. You must be an Eat24 member to use our code, which can only be used once on orders of $10 or more when paying with Credit Card, Google Wallet or PayPal. Also, this might seem obvious, but the code only works on Eat24.com or the Eat24 app. Best of luck with jury duty and happy taco-ing!