Think this ketchup tub doesn't look a day over 15? It turns 30 on Feb. 13.

Think this ketchup tub doesn't look a day over 15? It turns 30 on Feb. 13.

Courtesy of Whataburger

Thirty years ago, The Breakfast Club and Back to the Future were new movies. Thirty years ago, the Nintendo Entertainment System became available in the U.S. Thirty years ago, Whataburger started selling its oh-so Fancy Ketchup in one-ounce cups.

Whataburger painted my Twitter photo with ketchup. I look better in ketchup than in real life.

Whataburger painted my Twitter photo with ketchup. I look better in ketchup than in real life.

What a year 1985 was.

To celebrate, the burger brand is doing the only thing that seems right: offering portraits of Whata-fans painted with Fancy Ketchup. Yes: You might be able to convince the artist to make your likeness as a #FancySKETCHUP.

(They did mine, on right, and it's fantastic.)

How to get your ketchup portrait made?

1. Tweet @Whataburger using hashtag #FancySKETCHUP on Feb. 13. Asking nicely can't hurt.

2. Say a prayer. (This is where Whataburger picks worthy fans, and they can't do 'em all.)

3. Follow @whataburger to see if your profile pic will get the tomato treatment.

Now tell me: Who would you like to see painted in ketchup? I'd like to see these famous Texans: George W. Bush, Sean Lowe from The Bachelor and Chuck Norris.

What's Happening on GuideLive