Hilarious Tweets About IHOP Changing Their Name to IHOB

IHOP changed its name to IHOb on Monday

IHOP changed its name to IHOb on Monday

"I'd love to welcome all of America to the world's first "IHOb" restaurant, which stands for the 'International House of Burgers, '" Darren Rebelez said.

"Dear Internet, we abbreciate your batience". Now let's see who guessed right. On its website, the company featured a countdown clock for when the "b" would be revealed.

Twitter users also didn't think IHOP's switch to burgers cut the mustard either.

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Mega Monster burger with steak burger patties and two slices of cheese. The name change, though, is meant to help the franchise connect with more people. And, it's very likely the name change is a temporary publicity stunt to drum up business. It then made a seriously introspective observation: "what is a burger if not a meat pancake between two other pancakes".

"B-hold!" the company announced in a tweet on Monday, June 11, sharing a video to make the big reveal. While many fans were totally on board with new burgers being added to the menu, a few others weren't so sure. The change is not permanent, a company spokeswoman said, but rather is a move to promote its new burger line. Wendy's dropped this burn: "Not really afraid of the burgers from a place that decided pancakes were too hard".

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