Ladies and gentlemen, we have reached peak laziness: KFC now delivers.

If you’re in the market for on-demand fried chicken and biscuits rather than the oh-so-common delivery pizza, you’re in luck. Starting today, November 12th, those living in Los Angeles and San Francisco will get a first-hand look into what the future of fried chicken delivery is going to look like. 


ABC News reports the fast-food chain is working in collaboration with DoorDash—the company that has collaborated with other popular chains including Taco Bell, Chipotle, and Starbucks—to bring fried chicken to your home. With delivery fees ranging from $4.99 to $6.99, you can order chicken, coleslaw, or biscuits on demand.


Those living in cities outside of San Francisco and Los Angeles may get to experience the delivery service soon; KFC already has plans to expand delivery to Houston, TX by the end of 2015. And if you’re living abroad—let’s say in China, Egypt, or Malaysia—you already know that KFC delivers in your country and are probably judging America for being slow on the KFC delivery uptake.

[via ABC News]