You've likely never, then, thought about how Amazon now delivers rich people's plastic bags, Pelotons and philosophy books by Meghan and Harry.
I'm here to help you with that. It seems, you see, that when rich people in Hollywood buy a new house, they have a new demand: an Amazon room.
No, this isn't a place where you can hold a private party every time Amazon releases a new movie. It's much more poignant than that.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, you're nobody in Hollywood unless you have a separate room "to store the many packages that arrive, and also a spot for them to decontaminate before opening."
It's not enough, you see, to have packages on your doorstep, even in a house enveloped by gates and security systems. You now have to have a place where your boxes can commune while they're being de-bugged.
I wonder how such a room will itself be cleaned. Will there be specialist, Hazmat-suited Amazon boys, upgraded from cleaning mere pools to keeping the Hollywood royal family safe from packaged COVID-19 particles?
And how on earth will an Amazon Prime Air drone be able to drop packages into the Amazon room? Will the Amazon room have to be on the top floor, with a catflap-like hatch that opens remotely when the drone hovers above?