The Killers have made an hilarious request to Chinese restaurant chain Panda Express in America after they found some of their lyrics in a fortune cookie.
No, it's not money the want -- it's Orange Chicken. For life.
Upon opening the cookie, they found the line, "Smile like you mean it" printed inside. It, of course, references the mega-hit that featured on the band's 2004 album Hot Fuss. We bet you're singing it in your head already.
The band posted the note on Twitter with a caption saying they'd let Panda Express off the hook for some delicious Orange Chicken. A lifetime's worth, to be precise.
"I'm thinkin' orange chicken for life and we'll let you off the hook for using our stuff," the band wrote. Obviously a joke but a pretty damn funny one.
I'm thinkin' orange chicken for life and we'll let you off the hook for using our stuff. pic.twitter.com/3gJ9FebZVD— The Killers (@thekillers) January 8, 2017
Of course this is the internet, so naturally other people have decided to get involved by posting some weird and wonderful responses to the funny tweet.
@thekillers will a lifetime of orange chicken turn someone looking like orangy goodness? Great fortune cookie catch! What are the chances?!— JF Garrard (@JFGarrard) January 9, 2017
@thekillers Confucius say: When your songs are based on cliches, it's bound to happen some time....😜— R (@T_h_e_D_u_d_e_) January 9, 2017
@thekillers YAAASSS ORANGE CHICKEN FOR LIFE— Ryan Thomas Woods🌈 (@RyanThomasWoods) January 9, 2017
@thekillers Leave it with me, I used to know the manager, Jenny Was a Friend of Mine. 😉— David Francis (@daviddjfrancis) January 9, 2017
@thekillers just orange chicken? Gotta go with honey walnut shrimp. Shoot for the stars.— Ricardo Navarrete (@RealRicardoN) January 9, 2017
@thekillers and someone i calling my name from the back of panda express— t (@msbrighhtside) January 8, 2017
With some users not quite getting the funny side, pointing out that it wasn't The Killers that coined the phrase in the first place. Spoil sports.
@thekillers I'm thinking you owe that line to Smile by Was (Not Was) which came out 20 years before Hot Fuss.— Michael Turk (@MichaelTurk) January 9, 2017
@thekillers yeah, because you copyrighted 'smile like you mean it'. I'm just going to go copyright 'hello' & 'candle in the wind'. Idiots— James W (@james_warwick) January 9, 2017
@thekillers never heard of you... I've used "smile like you mean it" since before you all were born. Get over yourselves!— JoJo (@jstrz81) January 9, 2017
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