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Loving Wife Sends Husband Popeyes Through Capsule Pipeline For Lunch

In a lifetime, you find that timeless love. You know, the one that syncs up perfectly with your quirks to form this Megazord adults like to call a healthy relationship.

Such a love was revealed by Popeyes to warm the chilly hearts of Facebook in an awesome video from a woman named Colleen Loria, who posted footage of her sending her husband some lunch.

First of all, anyone who gets their significant other fried chicken for lunch should be commended in our book, but this lady got creative.

In Loria’s post, she mentions that her husband works at a bank. Being in New Orleans, she states it’s too cold to get out of the car and walk up to his office. What’s she to do faced with such a dilemna? She sends his lunch through a capsule pipeline or pneumatic tube, of course.

Pneumatic tubes were designed for the transportation of small, urgent, items such as paperwork or money through the assistance of compressed air at places like banks or other businesses that require a high volume of paperwork. Tubes, like the one shown, were likely placed outside so couriers wouldn’t have to go through an entire campus as long as they knew where the tubes needed to be sent. Those tubes also work for sending Popeyes, it seems.

As someone who is recently engaged, this is goals.


Belgian Town is Creating Beer Pipeline to Cut Back on Traffic


Belgium Venice is taking measures towards being one of the most beer delivery efficient places on Earth. The city has approved the construction of a three-kilometer polyethylene pipeline that connects the famous Brouwerij De Halve Maan brewery to its bottling plant located in the outskirts of the town.

The point of the pipeline, according to the brewery’s CEO, is to keep as few delivery trucks on the streets of the 500-year-old town as possible. GrubStreet reports that the beer delivery vehicles account for 85 percent of Bruge’s truck traffic. From the brewery the beer is said to take about 10-15 minutes to travel to the bottling plant.

Though residents of the town shouldn’t make plans to tap directly into the line for free beer. Sources say, the Brewery will find out.

They’ll find out.

H/T GrubStreet


We’ve Found the 8th Wonder of the World: Germany Has A Beer Pipeline


Apparently, Germany knows what’s up.

While most of us associate pipelines with oil and gas, Germany is doing it right and turning them into beer pipelines. In Gelsenkirchen, Germany, bars in the Veltines-Arena are interconnected by a 5 kilometer beer pipeline. Underneath the enormous stadium are four cooling centers that store 52,000 liters while the pipeline transports up to 14 liters of beer per minute to thirsty patrons.

The pipeline connects to over one hundred bars and restaurants located inside the stadium, with fluctuations in the flow of booze determined by how well their team, FC Shalke 04, is performing.

Apparently, there also used to be one in Randers, Denmark called the Thor Pipeline. The copper pipes originally ran through the Thor Brewery when it was still located downtown and was able to supply beer to the local breweries. However, sometime in the 90s, the brewery relocated out of the city. While the pipeline still exits, whether it’s still in use is questionable, with some claiming it’s kaput and others claiming it still supplies booze to happy drunks. Hopefully it’s the latter, as one would like to think that they wouldn’t let such a wonder go to waste.

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