North Texas pastor soulfully serenades a Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit from Whataburger

You really love Whataburger, but do you love Whataburger as much as this guy?

Fred Thomas, a self-described pastor and comedian in North Texas, posted a video last week of him sitting in his car, belting an ode to the crown jewel of Whataburger breakfast: the Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit.

If you don’t know (and why don’t you?), the HBCB is a Whataburger delicacy. It’s the perfect combination of sweet and savory — flaky buttermilk biscuits, a chicken tender and the sweet golden nectar that is honey butter. It’s perfect in all ways, as Pastor Fred can attest.

Screengrab via Fred Thomas / Facebook
Screengrab via Fred Thomas / Facebook

The video, which he titled “Something About This Biscuit” features Pastor Fred dedicating a soulful three-minute love song to his breakfast.

“You know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but for me, there’s one particular breakfast that just takes me away,” he sings.

OK, I know the Grammys already happened, but Pastor Fred’s got my vote for best new artist and best gospel performance, because he took us to the Church of Whataburger in this video. Since last week, the video has been shared more than 129,000 times on Facebook and has received nearly 4.5 million views.

He’s also got great advice for ordering an HBCB: “”Every time I get this biscuit, I get a little extra honey butter so it won’t be dry.”

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Whataburger should hire Pastor Fred as a marketing consultant — he’s got some great ideas, like, “I’m just waiting on Whataburger to have buy one, get one free” and “Whataburger, I don’t care if you raise the price, I’ll pay. I don’t think the honey butter biscuit should just be breakfast, you should sell them all day.”

The Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit. Image courtesy Whataburger
The Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit. Image courtesy Whataburger

It’s like Pastor Fred is singing the song every Whataburger lover has had inside of them for many lifetimes, but he finally found the words.

“Every time I pass Whataburger, I hear it call my name.”

Same, Pastor Fred. Same.

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