Nighttime Nosh a Partygoer's Convenience Store on Wheels: One Frozen Pizza, a Condom, and a Beer Pong Set, Please.

We've all been there: partying hard at a bud's house only to find the pizza is cashed, a dog chewed up your last penis hat for the hottie you were trying to tap, and the beer pong ball's deep under the couch thanks to you trying to write, "Bite Me!" on it with a Sharpie.

What's a, "Whooooo, PARTY!" dude to do?

Thankfully, there's Gerson Cedillos and Maddie Garney. They're the owners of Nighttime Nosh, a late-night convenience store on wheels that delivers pizza, cheeseburgers, snacks, cigarettes, and even condoms to college students, partygoers, and night owls in Tempe, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Chandler, and Mesa.

Did we mention toilet paper. Yeah, they deliver toilet paper, too. Here's how it works.

From an online menu, customers can choose from prepackaged food and drink items like Red Baron frozen pizza, White Castle microwavable hamburgers, Nacho Cheese Doritos, Pop Tarts, Twizzlers, Ben & Jerry's ice cream, and Red Bull. There's also delivery for cigarettes, condoms, tampons, Advil, and a five-dollar "Beer Pong Set" listed under "Party Supplies."

Depending on where the order is being called in from, minimum orders and delivery prices vary and can range anywhere from twelve to forty-three bucks. Those living within six miles of ASU get the best deal, natch.

Nighttime Nosh opened on August 29 and delivers until 3 a.m. Wednesday and Thursday and until 4 a.m. Friday through Sunday. For more information, visit their website or Facebook page.

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