There is a lot to talk about in regards to the big orange W in Texas. Obviously we all know and love the Texas eatery, and heck, everyone certainly has a favorite menu item from there. Some disappear, and leave some wanting them to be brought back.

But as it turns out on this day, we won't be talking about the food itself. Instead we'll be talking more about Whataburger itself. Specifically, the name of the establishment.

It may shock some, but certain people just don't know how to say the name of the Texas restaurant. Everyone around the state is sure to have heard or seen a different way of saying it. But what is the true pronunciation, you ask? It's finally been revealed, but some may be unnerved.

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The True Way To Say Whataburger Is...!

Let's cut right to the chase, the official Whataburger Twitter said the way to pronounce the name:

Well it looks like we're about to find out who will be ticked off by this revelation. Seems like the official sounder for the eatery is "Waterburger." So it sounds like some of us in the Lone Star State having been saying it wrong for most of our lives.

I've heard people who don't like the restaurant called it "water burger" as a joke, but it looks like they were right!

To be a bit skeptical here, it this a joke that is flying over our heads? I mean, you shouldn't believe everything you read on the internet, right? Let us know your opinion by sending us a message using the chat feature on our FREE station app!

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