Two Austin women have taken their love for Texas -- and their love for Halloween -- to the next level.
Nicole Jensen and her fiance, Cheri Horner, love Halloween (and they especially love Halloween in Texas -- last year they dressed as a Topo Chico bottle and a Torchy's Taco), but this year, they celebrated "Whataween."
Jensen said they wanted to incorporate their entire house into their costume, and while she was willing to paint the house, Horner wasn't, so they compromised: Jensen went to Hobby Lobby to get supplies to cut and paint the classic Whataburger A-frame, and they reached out to their local Whataburger to help get signs, trays and banners to use. They also pre-ordered $500 worth of food for their Whataween party guests, delivered via Favor, and they hand-made their vintage Whataburger costumes.
Texans, take notes.
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