It's taken them quite a long time to catch on, as it usually does with the Mail, but they've just discovered Deliveroo and are not happy.
Deliveroo ticks the boxes when it comes to the Mail deciding it's a Very Bad Thing. It's (relatively) new and it's popular. That's basically it.
Like many of the topics covered in this thread, it's not really about whether you personally like or dislike something. It's this fucking weird attitude the Mail have that if they don't personally like something then it's a bad thing, no matter how many people personally find it convenient or useful, and it must be stopped right now.
Plus, the Mail and Mailites suddenly pretend to care about the environment when it suits their inane bugbears.
How lazy must you be to have toast, fish fingers and even a cup of tea delivered to your door: Amazingly some people do, using apps like Deliveroo – and as our writer found, it’s not just the absurd cost that leaves a nasty taste
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food ... -door.html
Bunny Gurl, Brummy Land, 3 hours ago
I thought ready meals were bad enough, due to all the additives and plastic packaging, but the toll on the environment of this delivery culture is devastating. The utter laziness and culinary cluelessness of the takeaway generation will take another generation to reverse, if it even can be.
verydowntoearth, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 3 hours ago
Words fail me
Popeyed, Edinburgh, 3 hours ago
I have never ordered in food from these delivery companies, I make my own from scratch. In the distant past (when we had kids) we used to order in an Indian curry but I prefer to eat in the restaurant and leave them with the dishes. This trend of getting someone else to do the cooking is just lazy.
Tors, Glasgow, 4 hours ago
Our neighbours have these types of deliveries 5 or 6 times a week. There is a steady stream of delivery drivers day after day. Also in the afternoon. I can't say I have seen them in the morning though. I don't know how people afford it. It can't be healthy at all... mind you our neighbours aren't exactly slim.
Sylviane47, Stevenage, 4 hours ago
Feel really for these poor people who are soooo busy they do not have time to do anything. But they do have time to be on their phone and ipad. We need to teach the new generation how to do things properly and quickly and help them save a lot of money.