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Drive Thru McDonald's Rap

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If you've been scoring at home, LAist has given up fast food and drive-thrus for Lent. Now, we're not Catholic or anything, we just think Lent is a convenient excuse to do something good for ourselves.

It hasn't been that painful to toss some tuna into a bowl and mix a tad of mayo in there and serve it on toast. It hasn't been that horrible to use the George Foreman to bust with the chicken breasts.

But we do miss the ease and speed of most drive thrus, especially those open late at night (if not 24-hours).

Which is probably why this video gave us a smile tonight -- so enjoy your Midnight Movie.