‘In case you hurt her I am going to homicide you,’ Austin restaurant comments on recent Whataburger sale – Austin American-Statesman
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‘In case you hurt her I am going to homicide you,’ Austin restaurant comments on recent Whataburger sale – Austin American-Statesman

The renowned restaurant signal identified for its witty remarks in Downtown Austin is standing up for one thing larger than themselves this time around. 

The signal outside of the El Arroyo taco shop has gained fame for the funny remarks its made within the past, and is now poking fun at the original sale of Whataburger. 

After the Texas chain turned into once equipped to BDT Capital Partners, LLC, a Chicago basically based completely firm, the signal made it internal most by discovering out “DEAR CHICAGO IF YOU HURT HER I’LL KILL YOU,” which turned into once posted to El Arroyo’s Instagram. 

The restaurant’s put up got over 15,000 likes on Instagram. 

Whataburger, a iconic Texas burger chain, taken aback many Texans when the company announced their sale. 

Houston Texans Defensive Cease J.J. Watt tweeted that Texans can salvage to all chip in together to raise Whataburger serve, then invent honey butter rooster biscuits available all day and add kolaches to the menu. 

Governor Greg Abott tweeted a George W. Bush meme with a image of the outmoded president in a vehicle, with words discovering out “Secure in J.J. we’re saving Whataburger.” 

Whataburger issued a statement alongside with their sale, which accepted that the industry resolution might maybe maybe maybe help the burger chain grow across the U.S. 

The corporate tweeted “Texas, we don’t desire you to be upset. We are able to continually be Texas and symbolize you in a implies that makes you proud. #believethat.”

Mediate about this put up on Instagram

Whataburger is about to show the Midwest what an right burger style adore #ElArroyoATX #ElArroyoSign #whataburger

A put up shared by El Arroyo (@elarroyo_atx) onJun 15, 2019 at 2:10pm PDT

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— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX)June 15, 2019

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— Whataburger® (@Whataburger)June 14, 2019

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