Valentine’s Day is approaching, and some of us are stuck in some borderline unhealthy relationships. Well, with our Honey Butter Chicken Biscuits, that is.
It’s okay, no one is judging. Everyone falls for a HBCB’s buttery goodness every once in a while, but it’s ultimately up to you to notice the signs of obsession. To help you figure out if you’re in said unhealthy relationship, here are some signs you should look out for next time you hit up the drive-thru:
You find yourself driving to Whataburger rather than your initial destination.
This happens to the best of us. You need to go pick up your friend for that party, but wait, it’s 11 p.m and Whataburger is finally selling breakfast. Sorry girl, Whata comes first and HBCBs aren’t for sharing.
You know the exact price of your beloved HBCB (and you were hella upset about the price increase a few months ago).
You have your $2.80 in hand, but the cashier says, “Okay, that’ll be $2.86 at the second window!” No, you didn’t hear wrong. Your precious HBCB is so sought after that they increased the price on your baby without personally warning you. Not cool.
Your internal clock is actually set to Whataburger’s breakfast hours.
You get home after a long day in class and work and are about to go to bed when suddenly, without looking at the time, your stomach calls out for a HBCB. Not only does your heart crave this culinary masterpiece, but your stomach also knows when it’s time to feast on the brilliance that is a HBCB.
The drive-thru lady knows your order.
If you pull up to the speaker and the lady taking your order says “Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit, right?” you have a problem (if you really consider this a problem). That woman literally saw your car and knew it was you before you even opened your mouth. At least this saves you time though, right? She definitely feels the same way about them as you do.
One HBCB just doesn’t satisfy you anymore.
You and your HBCB have been through a lot together, but ordering just one doesn’t satisfy you anymore. You find yourself ordering two HBCBs rather than just one. This isn’t a problem until you realize that you have to reconfigure your total. The drive-thru worker may ask if the second one is for a friend, but you reassure them that the second HBCB is your friend.
Yes, it may be an addiction, but the love is mutual. Your HBCB feels the same way. This Valentine’s Day, treat yourself and your HBCB to a special night out on the square and enjoy each other’s company. All those couples on dates don’t understand true love like you do.
Photo by: Will Baldwin
*This post was not sponsored by Whataburger, but we wouldn’t mind if it was. Like, at all. Whataburger, feel free to hit up ya faves please and thanks.