Forget hoverboards, this is the future I've been waiting for.
You can now have pizza delivered to your face using nothing but voice activation. All you need to do is open an app (using Siri or Google Now if you don't even want to touch your screen) which automatically counts down from 10 (a small window to allow for your indecision to subside) before placing your order for you.
Domino's is the genius behind the free Zero Click app, launching today in Australia on iOS and Adroid.
You'll need to log into your Domino's account to make your first order, but after that you're set. When you want pizza delivered you can click on the app like a pleb, or use your voice like the beautiful future-dwelling superior being you are, uttering those five magic words: "Hey Siri, open Zero Click".
If waiting 10 whole seconds for your order to place is a drag, you can speed it up (but you'll have to use your fingers). You can use TouchID to make the order secure, too.
Domino's Group CEO and Managing Director Don Meij said Zero Click is for "engaging with the Millennials" with their "busy and active lifestyles" but we all know it's just so we can butt-dial pizza. As if that's a problem.
I, for one, am perfectly happy with the idea of surprise pizza.
This story originally appeared on Gizmodo