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A midwest retailer is selling extremely cursed 'Whataburger Chicago' t-shirts

Johanna Gretschel
jgretschel@statesman.com

Earlier this month, Texans were devastated to learn that homegrown fast food chain Whataburger was sold to a Chicago investment firm after existing as a family-owned business since 1950.

A midwest retailer is now making a mockery of Longhorn nation's grief by selling a t-shirt that calls Whataburger 'Chicago's Most Famous Texas Hamburger Chain! (As of June 2019)'. 

now that Whataburger belongs to Chicago, we celebrate with a shirt (online now, in Chicago tomorrow:https://t.co/5wnVZGEqx4)#raygun

and on our blog envision some menu updates:https://t.co/SA5Q6IGgTcpic.twitter.com/Tkl0Zvv2dy

— RAYGUN (@RAYGUNshirts)June 21, 2019

The white screen-printed t-shirt retails for $23. Related products on the site include a koozie that reads 'Sex, Drugs, & Deep Dish,' a sticker that says 'Friends Don't Let Friends Put Ketchup On Hotdogs!,' a t-shirt with the words 'Some People Make Good Decisions, Other People Put Ketchup On Hot Dogs,' as well as a pair of socks that say 'Smile, You're In Chicago.'

Sorry, we are too busy crying!