With Americans eating 554 million Jack in the Box tacos every year, as a nation we should probably be finding ways to slow down our fast food habits.

But instead the chain known for its tacos, suped-up burgers and ping pong-headed mascot has partnered with a mobile food delivery app to make it even easier to chow down.

Starting Thursday, DoorDash is delivering the oddly craveable but often stomach ache-inducing bites to 200 cities nationwide, including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston, Seattle and Denver. 

Back in October, San Francisco was the testing ground for the delivery partnership and a pilot program rolled out in other select cities shortly after. All those trials must have done well enough to expand to so many places now. 

Ordering fast-food from your phone sounds too easy.

The inexplicable madness that is a “sriracha curly fry burger” can now be ordered via the DoorDash app and delivered right to hungry customers’ doors — up until 1 a.m. and even 3 a.m. in some locations. 

Those late-night deliveries sound admittedly helpful for a post-night out junk food session. You can never have enough of those tacos. Right?

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