The only way they could've possibly had more fun is if they invited Anna Kendrick along - she's hilarious. They should all be friends. We're not even being sarcastic - this needs to happen, and they need to make a TV show about it, in the vein of Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled only funnier.
This morning, the internet is swooning at the sight of Stone, Lawrence and Adele hanging out in NYC, just causally enjoying some Mexican delicacies, and having a laugh. The general consensus is that they should be seen together more often, because it excites the internet and gets hashtags like #SquadGoals trending.
— InStyle (@InStyle) November 25, 2015
— ELLE Magazine (US) (@ELLEmagazine) November 25, 2015
Adele was with Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone in NYC last night! pic.twitter.com/QIjfFnsn74
— PopCulture News (@PopCultureShady) November 25, 2015
— E! Online (@eonline) November 25, 2015
JENNIFER LAWRENCE, ADELE AND EMMA STONE. HOW DO I GET IN ON THIS FRIENDSHIP pic.twitter.com/pnOvCZNkkb
— Common White Girl (@girlposts) November 25, 2015
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This isn't the first time Adele and Lawrence have enjoyed dinner together; they reportedly stepped out last week for a bit to eat in New York's Waverly Inn. They also had that raucous time with Harry Styles, which left a number of diners unnerved.
In case you happen to be in New York and fancy sampling the delights consumed by the threesome, here's some info via Vanity Fair: "The trio dined at Cosme, a joint which serves 'contemporary Mexican-inspired cuisine.' Their 'beverage program' (definitely the least weird way to refer to a drinks menu) 'focuses on artisanal spirits.' Persimmon-infused margaritas all around! (You just know the meal started with the waiter asking, 'Would you guys like guac?,' followed by J.Law shouting, 'Um, more like, ‘Would you guys like all the guac?’ The answer is yes.')"
Given the rest of the article, that last part may not be true, but that won't stop us willing it to be otherwise.