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You Can Have Underwear Models Deliver Alcohol & Undies To Your House

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As technology advances, we find ourselves in a brave new world. We put a man on the moon, we have a video-sharing platform where we can upload ourselves saying that putting a man on the moon was actually a giant conspiracy, and we no longer have to leave the house for food, booze or weed. You can even GPS track a pizza's trajectory from the oven to your front door using your phone. And starting on Friday, for one blessed week only, you have the chance to get alcohol and underwear delivered to you by a real, live skivvies model wearing only their underwear. This could be awkward for your neighbors, but hopefully they'll understand.

MeUndies bills themselves as having the "world's most comfortable underwear." Saucey delivers alcohol via their app, matching a delivery driver to a store near you who brings your boozy selections straight to your door.

This upcoming week's partnership allows customers to order a 'Sleepover Pack' via the Saucy app, L.A. Times reports. Ranging from $40 to $100 depending on the number of people involved, you'll get a handy overnight kit delivered within 20 minutes or so. It will contain a pair of MeUndies underwear, socks, a T-shirt, sunglasses, alcohol, mixers and a vitamin pack from Drinkwel that supposedly fights off a hangover.

Perusing the Saucey catalogue reveals a fair amount of options. Beer (domestics, imports and some craft), mid- to top-shelf liquors, cordials, sodas, ice, cups and wines. You can also order cigarettes and, if you're feeling celebratory, a cigar.

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Delivery service with models runs from 4 to 9 p.m., but the standard alcohol delivery goes until last call—1:45 a.m.

Related: Alcohol-Delivery Apps For Safe And Saucy Summer Entertaining

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