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Talk about convenience. Especially in the land of legal weed.

Domino’s announced that it will let customers order pizzas just by tweeting an emoji to @Dominos, as USA Today reports. The new service starts May 20.

“It’s the epitome of convenience,” Domino’s CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. “We’ve got this down to a five-second exchange.”

Apparently, you create a pizza profile that has your “easy order” on it. Once you fire off that emoji to Domino’s it’s game on.

USA Today also reports that Domino’s says it already has more than half its pizza sales coming from digital sources. It’s part of its efforts to attract “busy, younger consumers who are ultra tech-savvy but also ultra-pressed for time.”

If you look at Domino’s press releases, it already announced earlier this year ordering systems through Samsung Smart TVs and Android smartwatches: “Ordering on Samsung Smart TV joins Domino’s list of AnyWare ordering options: Pebble and Android Wear smartwatch apps, Ford SYNC® AppLink system, and voice ordering with Dom. To learn more about Domino’s AnyWare technology, visit”

I’ll just leave you with this:

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