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You can ‘Ice’ your friends via delivery, thanks to this Chicago pizza spot

Take a knee, Chicago.
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Morgan Olsen

A lot of things have changed over the last couple of weeks. Mercilessly icing your friends doesn't have to be one of them.

With locations in Old Town and Wrigleyville, pizza joint Happy Camper lets you keep up with important traditions by delivering a bottle of Smirnoff Ice directly to your friend's doorstep. Priced at $10, the Ice Ice Baby package includes a bottle of flavored malt beverage wrapped in a colorful koozie with a note that reads, "I miss you, looking forward to seeing you soon. In the meantime, yo a$$ got iced!" If you happen to be on the receiving end of the boozy delivery, you know the drill: Take a knee and chug, chug, chug.

If you'd rather make your of-age friend down a White Claw ($8) or a Miller High Life ($5), there are menu items for that, too. And hey, if you're going to savagely Ice your friends while they're in isolation, you might as well toss in a pizza or a tub of cookie dough for them to enjoy after the fact. Happy Camper is also one of several Chicago restaurants that allows you to feed frontline workers by donating a meal to a healthcare worker or volunteer for just $11. You could feasibly Ice a friend, send them a small pizza chaser and feed an ass-kicking healthcare worker for under $40. That's what we call heroic.

Find Happy Camper's Ice Ice Baby package on Grubhub, Postmates and DoorDash, and plan your icing accordingly.

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