IHOb admits it ‘faked’ name change, flips back to IHOP


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The International House of Pancakes (IHOP) admitted today that it had ‘faked’ its name change to IHOb to promote its new burger menu.

The International House of Burgers (IHOb) is no longer according to a tweet from the company where it says “we’d never turn our back on pancakes (except for that time we faked it to promote our new burgers).”

IHOP took the opportunity to show its dedication to pancakes by announcing that it would offer 60 cent short stack pancakes on July 17 to celebrate its 60th birthday.

Some people clearly felt betrayed.

Others knew the truth all along.

IHOP was founded in 1958 in California but has 10 locations in the Lower Mainland including one in Vancouver, Richmond, New Westminster, Langley, Surrey, Port Coquitlam White Rock, Abbotsford and two locations in Burnaby.

The restaurant chain offers breakfast options such as waffles, french toast, crepes and traditional diner fare such as burgers, sandwiches and salads.