After days of speculation, the restaurant formerly known as IHOP has revealed all the secrets behind its mysterious name change.
Burger King got into the act as QSRs joined the social media frenzy over ‘IHOb
Breakfast lovers across the United States reacted in outrage, even prompting IHOb's newest rivals, including Burger King and Wendy's, to taunt the American breakfast chain.More news: Valve releases a new and very improved chat client for Steam
Customers were quick to celebrate the rise of Pancake King.
The chain is no longer the International House of Pancakes, but rather the International House of Burgers as they launch their new line of steakburgers.More news: French farmers block refineries, fuel depots over palm oil imports
"Not really afraid of the burgers from a place that decided pancakes were too hard", Wendy's replied. BK appropriated the tag line from a recent Taylor Swift hit: "Sorry, old Burger King can't come to the phone now".
It also added in a separate tweet: "Remember when you were like 7 and thought changing your name to Thunder BearSword would be super cool?" "Like that, but our cheeseburgers are still better". "If we have other people in the world of burgers commenting on our burgers, it can only help".More news: Dukes Of Hazzard star begins jail sentence
One person responded with their own name change suggestion for the streaming platform, offering a tribute to actress Bette Midler with the name "Betteflix", to which Netflix responded with a Hocus Pocus GIF.
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