It gave a nod to the sometimes contentious (but mostly amusing) name change furor in a tweet reading, "We'd never turn our back on pancakes (except for that time we faked it to promote our new burgers)".More news: McConnell calls Kavanaugh a ‘superb’ court pick
The change drew massive backlash on social media with some calling the move an "epic failure".
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They said it was a way to turn their focus away from breakfast and to its enhanced burger menu.
The American chain announced this betrayal via Twitter, and while most people were extremely relieved to learn it was a temporary switch, many were still angry. At the time, a branding expert told FOX Business that the name change was the "dumbest decision ever made in the world of branding". While pancakes are once again at the forefront, the new line of burgers will remain on the menu.More news: Chris Froome barged off road during Stage 1 - Tour de
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