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Love the convenience of online shopping but hate the spendy shipping fees, weird delivery times, and centuries-long wait (okay, one week) for your stuff to finally get there—only to find out, woof, it doesn't fit and now you've got to deal with the hassle of sending it all back and waiting again for the right size?
Well, Selfridges—the ever-innovative UK department store behind silent shopping areas and beauty vending machines—might have an answer to all your online shopping sorrows. According to a report in the London Evening Standard, the swishy retailer is launching a (wait for it...) fashion drive thru.
How it works? You go about buying stuff on the Interwebs as you do, and once your order is placed on the Selfridges' website, you pop in your car, drive up to a window on the side of the store (which will be fully installed by January 2014), employees will find your haul, then pass it to you by way of window, all so you never have to leave the comfort of your driver's seat.
We have one really important question, though: Can we get fries with that?