Everyone has probably played with dominoes. At some point in your childhood, chances are that you tried this game: Line up a bunch of dominoes in a row and then knock one over. Soon the rest of the dominoes topple in a chain reaction. I'm not sure why this is fun, but it is. What if you have a small domino knocking over a bigger domino?
Domino's is continuing its quest to let you order pizza through every device imaginable. It's partnering with Xevo on an app that can order pies through your car's infotainment system, no tethered smartphone required. You can avoid distractions by placing an Easy Order or repeating your last order, and track your food's progress. There's also an option to make an order by phone in case you have a complex request or just prefer human contact. The technology is expected to come pre-loaded on "millions" of cars sometime later in 2019, although Domino's and Xevo didn't name specific brands or models.
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Penn Badgley, seen in 2016, before he cut his hair, is now a married man. Penn Badgley, seen in 2016, before he cut his hair, is now a married man. Penn Badgley and Domino Kirke, sister of "Girls" actress Jemima Kirke, are married. The two said "I do" in a courthouse ceremony in Brooklyn on Monday afternoon, according to E! News, which first reported the nuptials. Friends and family posted pictures from the wedding on social media, showing Domino Kirke in white lace and Badgley in a dark blue suit.
If you're a newly engaged human, we bet you don't want a lot of the gifts on the average wedding registry. Also, what even is a ramekin? Well, Domino's is here to save you from wedding gift ennui. Using its new Domino's Wedding Registry, you can now ask your guests for what you really want -- a shit ton of pizza. Stop everything--@dominos now has a pizza wedding registry!