Whataburger Menu Items As Taylor Swift Eras

By Dani Medina

April 25, 2023

Photo: Getty Images, Whataburger

You can apply Taylor Swift eras to just about everything. But when the "Anti-Hero" singer took over Houston's NRG Stadium this weekend, Whataburger couldn't help but join in on the fun.

In a tweet on Friday (April 21), the Texas-based burger chain made a list of different menu items and Whataburger-only vibes for each one of T-Swift's eras. Here's what they came up with:

Debut: #13 meal
Fearless: Triple Whataburger
Speak Now: Breakfast at 10:59 am
Red: Fancy Ketchup
1989: Vanilla shake (it off)
Reputation: Spicy Ketchup (duh)
Lover: HBCB
Folklore: the (#)1
Evermore: No BOB no crime
Midnights: is when WB hits different

This isn't the first time Whataburger weighs in on pop culture moments! A couple of months ago, they shared their opinion on the whole Hailey Bieber and Selena Gomez drama.

Taylor's weekend in Houston made quite a few headlines! For starters, the city welcomed her with open arms. NRG Stadium temporarily changed its name to NRG Stadium (Taylor's Version) and celebrated it with new signage around the venue. Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo also declared the weekend "Taylor Swift The Eras Tour Weekend" in the area in honor of the first performer in the county's history to sell out NRG Stadium for three consecutive nights on a single tour. The City of Houston also lit up City Hall in a "Lavender Haze" all weekend.

In addition to this elaborate tribute, the "Shake It Off" singer sustained a hand injury halfway through Night 2 in Houston and even finished the show with a pretty gnarly wound on her left palm. She revealed on social media that she "tripped on my dress hem and fell in the dark backstage while running to a quick change," adding that it was "my fault completely." For fans concerned about her wellbeing, Taylor said she was "totally fine" after the "very Mercury in retrograded coded" incident.

Furthermore, a fan was killed by an alleged drunk driver in a hit-and-run crash leaving the concert on Saturday. Swifties around the world have banded together to support Jacob Lewis with thousands of $13 donations in his honor.

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