'Off the Record' is a video series where we ask artists questions about anything with one exception: No questions about music. This is your chance to peer behind the music and into the daily lives these artists lead outside of their profession. Topics range from good eats (last meals, ice cream) to mischief (dumbest thing done in the name of fun, getting sent to the principal's office) to getting real (biggest fear, worst injury). Watch the full episode above.

Memphis May Fire singer Matty Mullins is a cheery guy. His energy is contagious and his quick-witted humor makes this Off the Record episode one of the most entertaining ones yet.

We start things off with a "last" question, asking him what his last meal would be. Mullins wants any combination of Mexican food piled onto one plate and he doesn't care if it's just all Taco Bell. "Since you don't really know when you're gonna die, I just eat Taco Bell three times a day in preparation," he confessed. This dude has a plan!

He needed a little help reminding him if there was a Sesame Street character that was red, as the redhead would naturally want to make a smooth transition to becoming a character on the popular show. How could you forget Elmo!?

On the darker side of becoming someone else, when asked which villain he'd be, he gave a shocking answer that at first confused us, but his clarification made all the sense in the world — he picked McDonald's mascot Ronald McDonald. "He's killed way more people than anybody else, he's the ultimate villain." Can't argue that.

As for the dumbest thing Mullins has done for fun, that'd be a street prank game dubbed "There he is!" It's best we leave that explanation to him.

Watch the full Off the Record episode at the top of the page.

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