San Francisco actor Adrian Anchondo has taken Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" and reconfigured it to be about an object of real devotion: Dunkin' Donuts.
"The best I remember about the East Coast was pulling up to that curb," Anchondo's fellow comedian Reggie White sings, lamenting the lack of Dunkin' Donuts out West.
And the rap verse's popular "surfboard" line now describes hitting the drive-through in an "Accord." It's clever, though "Cruller on that tongue / cruller cruller on that tongue" might be better.
"Never tired, always wired / I been sipping this coffee, the only thing that keeps me alive, alive," White croons later. He does a pretty good Beyoncé, we have to admit, though he doesn't dance quite as well.
We can't wait for the inevitable "Haunted" parody: "Hardee's."
Note: As with the original, "Dunkin' Love" contains a couple explicit, not-safe-for-work lyrics.