There's a question that has plagued couples probably since the dawn of time. "What should we eat?" is basically like Michael Buffer stepping into ring. Except instead of cheering crowds in Las Vegas it's two mildly distressed cats. And instead of punching each other it's vaguely cutting suggestions about whose turn it is to order or clean up. Still.
So we love this genius couple's solution. They took all their go-to restaurants and stuck them on a kids' toy. No more fighting. Other Redditors suggested websites like as Wheel Decide and Wheel of Lunch, but we like this thing's analogue quality. Frankly, the Wheel is useful even if neither of you like the place. Then you're united against a common enemy: The Wheel. We'll conclude, as we sometimes do, with an adaptation of a quotation from Boethius about history. You'll find it fitting. "It's my belief that dinner is a wheel. 'Inconstancy is my very essence,' says the wheel. Rise up on my spokes if you like but don't complain when you're cast back down into the depths. Good time pass away, but then so do the bad. Mutability is our tragedy, but it's also our hope. The worst of time, like the best, are always passing away." Amen, brother. Now what should we watch on Netflix?