Published: Sun, June 10, 2018
Economy | By Shawn Conner

The International House of Pancakes is (allegedly) changing its name

The International House of Pancakes is (allegedly) changing its name

Earlier this week pancake lovers got served a piping hot pile of confusion when iconic breakfast chain IHOP announced it would be changing its name after 60 years of being known as the acronym for International House of Pancakes. The Twitterati has gone berserk as they can not help but wonder what would "b" stand for? Is it breakfast, brunch or biscuits? But for the Arab's on Twitter it made ideal sense, hysterically.

And now 45 years later, IHOP appears to be heading for another tweak. Now, we're flippin' our name to IHOb.

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IHOP even shared a poll about what the new name could be.

"Someone Arab has bought significant share of IHOP and now they're the International House of Bancakes", said another.

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So for many Arabs, IHOP has always been known as IHOB.

Not all were thrilled with the name change announcement as many took to Twitter to post their confusion or attempt to decipher the mystery for themselves. Nobody knows. This week, they have been going back and forth with Twitter users about the possibilities, never fully releasing its meaning.

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"Right now, we're keeping mum on the extent of the name change, but I can tell you that it's tied to news we'll be making on Monday and reflects how serious we are about a new launch for the brand", Peterson said. And yes, this entire thing could very well just be a publicity/bublicity stunt by the breakfast chain, which has 1,671 locations in the U.S.

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