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Whataburger Issues Sick Twitter Burn To Cowboys Haters After Win Over Pittsburgh

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Texas’ favorite fast food chain is known for its tongue-in-cheek Twitter presence, but this weekend Whataburger may have outdone itself with a Tweet aimed at Dallas Cowboys — and its own — haters.

After the Cowboys decisive win last night over the Pittsburgh Steelers, bringing the team to its best record since the 1970s, Whataburger put skeptics of the team and its own deliciousness on notice.

Scope out this sick burn below:

This isn’t the first time Whataburger has given the Cowboys digital props. Last week, they shouted out mustachioed tight-end Jason Witten:

On October 16, when the Cowboys bested the Packers, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers was not exempt from Whataburger’s A+ shade:

Thanks to the Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit and those transcendent patty melts, you don’t really need any more reasons to love Whataburger, but their endlessly snarky Twitter feed is truly the spicy ketchup to our French fries.

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