Whataburger

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by ncm_pkt, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. ncm_pkt

    ncm_pkt Registered User

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    This questions is waaay out there...haha...but...was the founder of Whataburger a Mason???? I was eating with a friend there and he saw my ring, and compared it to the architecture of a whataburger in a picture behind where i was sitting. It looked like a compass...haha sooo yeah that's my stupid question of the day.
     
  2. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    Nope, but the founder of Wendys was! lol
     
  3. scottmh59

    scottmh59 Registered User

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    What-A-burger....just like you like it..
     
  4. TCShelton

    TCShelton Founding Member Premium Member

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    Best fast food burgers known to man.
     
  5. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    ncm_pkt Registered User

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    haha poop!!! if you notice, brothers....Wendy's meat is SQUARE and the buns are CIRCLES..."the Square and the Circle are equal because they are both 360*" haha i thought that to be an interesting observation
     
  7. owls84

    owls84 Moderator Premium Member

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    What if we took the conspiracy further and said that the Meat is square for the..duh..square and the bun round for the compasses???

    I think I shall spread this rumor. :27:
     
  8. owls84

    owls84 Moderator Premium Member

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    This must be from a man that has never tasted the burger made from God's hands. It is called a "Double Double" and can be found at In-N-Out Burger.

    :drool:
     
  9. HKTidwell

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    If you are ever in Austin Check out "Top Notch". Great little burger joint.
     
  10. rhitland

    rhitland Founding Member Premium Member

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    Harry Dobson founder of Whataburger sketched that on a napkin. He being a carpenter new that was the cheapest way to pop a structure up. This is on Whataburgers website.:001_huh:
    As far as Wendy's being square maybe Brother Dave had that as a motive in the back of his mind but Wendy's is known as the square burger which was and is a pretty good marketing scheme. I always tell people though it was because he was a mason and it is all part of the plan to take over the world, starting with square burgers. :40:
     
  11. ljlinson1206

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    I HATE WHATABURGER!!!!!!!

    Best fast food (chain) burger that I know of is Texas Burger. Man, now that's a good burger. Sometimes I make an excuse just to drive to Buffalo or Madisonville to hve one. And the fries can't be beat. even a die hard whataburger fan will have to admit that thier fries are a bit lacking.
     
  12. RedTemplar

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    The pickle on the burger is symbolic of the Past Master.
     
  13. Bill Lins

    Bill Lins Moderating Staff Staff Member

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    I used to stop at the one in Madisonville on my way to/from Dallas. The last time I was in there (last January) the place was filthy- looked like it needed a good steam-cleaning.
     
  14. ljlinson1206

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    I was just in there about two weeks ago and it looks like they have remodeled and was very clean. Man I love thier burgers. Makes me wanna take the patrol car to Madisonville right now!!!!!
     
  15. Bill Lins

    Bill Lins Moderating Staff Staff Member

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    Glad to hear it- I always LOVED their patty melts!
     
  16. C. Banks Barbee

    C. Banks Barbee Registered User

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    The trick to the best Whataburger ever-- tell them to toast the buns. The girl behind the counter will stare at you rather incredulously as if to say "Who told you our secret?" The answer is you must never. never. say it was me. They'll know.

    On another Whataburger note-- the commercial that tells you there are thousands of ways to fix your Whataburger is a lie. On a simple evening after bowling and drinking, my friends and I went to the El Campo Whataburger and made a simple request; scrambled eggs on the burger. Apparently, even though it was after 11pm and they did have eggs on the menu, eggs on a burger was too much of a mindwarp for them to get.

    Peace
     
  17. ljlinson1206

    ljlinson1206 Premium Member Premium Member

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    Try going to a resturant and ordering a bacon sandwich. They have no idea what your talking about. And then to simplify it and tell them you want a BLT cut the lettuce and tomatoes, they tell you they can't do that.

    And my family wonders why I say there is no hope for humanity.
     
  18. C. Banks Barbee

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    What's so confusing about a bacon sandwich? You take a half dozen or so or more pieces of bacon, criss-cross them in a crosshatch pattern, and put them on ciabatta bread with a little creamy dijon-aise?

    What is this world coming to?
     
  19. luftx

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    Here in Lufkin, there is a two store chain, called Ray's Drive-in, and they make the most AWESOME burger ever! I fact, on the first day after I came home from Korea on leave, my parents asked me where I wanted to go eat, and I said Ray's! I still hold the award for the most distance traveled to eat one of their burgers!

    Robert
     
  20. Nate C.

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    I'm a big fan of Whataburger, but I have to agree that In & Out is every bit as good and maybe some better.
     

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