The International House of Pancakes is no more.
Sure enough, IHOP - we mean IHOB - just announced its new name, the International House of Burgers.
The "P" will now flip to a lowercase 'b.' Last week, the well-known restaurant chain suggested it would change is name.
Burgers was a popular one.
FBN's Jeff Flock on IHOP's decision to change its name to IHOb.
Some people are not excited about this reveal and are bashing IHOp, or IHOb on social media.
It's worth noting that the company's website still lives at IHOP.com.
At one point, IHOP responded to a fan on Twitter who lamented the news, only to be told to "shut the buck up" by yet another outraged user.
It's hard to imagine the new name could be permanent, as the almost 60-year-old restaurant chain is best known for its pancakes and breakfast menu items.
The temporary change celebrates the debut of the brand's new 'Ultimate Steakburgers, ' a line-up of seven new burgers.
Pancake patrons need not worry, however. So now there are a million and 1 restaurants which serve burgers near you.
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