Hilarious Tweets About IHOP Changing Their Name to IHOB

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IHOP revealed the name could be changed to IHOb, but did not share what the b stands for.

The P will flip to a lowercase b: IHOb. It is only a marketing campaign and IHOP isn't officially changing its name.

In truth, IHOP isn't actually changing its name to IHOB; it's simply adding burgers to its menu, and is using the name-change gimmick to advertise the addition.

When it comes to those places that already sell burgers, the "B" stand more for "baffling".

An IHOP in Hollywood is getting new IHOb signs, and some others might get the treatment.

"We're always going to have pancakes on the menu".

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Steak-umm, a maker of frozen sandwich meat, made a decision to give the whole name change thing a go by renaming itself Cake-umm and altering its Twitter header image to match.

Twitter users also didn't think IHOP's switch to burgers cut the mustard either. Among the burgers now available are Big Brunch, Cowboy BBQ, Mushroom Swiss, Jalapeno Kick and Mega Monster.

Reaction to the name change on social media ranges from excitement and anticipation to confused and baffled. But, Rebelez assured, the vast majority of the almost 1,800 other locations will still go by IHOP.

"Why couldn't you be worldwide house of brunch and start serving mimosas and bellinis?" one user asked, garnering hundreds of "likes".

The chain has been known as IHOP since 1958, when the first restaurant opened in Toluca Lake, California.

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