Burger King Whoops IHOP With ‘Pancake King’ Logo And A Thick Chunk Of Beef Petty
By Izza Sofia, 12 Jun 2018
IHOP's reveal of the true meaning behind its IHOb rebrand is turning the fast food world into a saucy mess of beef and petties.
First, Wendy’s tweeted out a passive aggressive post.
Then, A&W trolled IHOb by flipping its logo upside down, along with a note, “Inspired by the International House of Burgers announcement, we are also changing our name (Please do not ask what it means—we don’t know either.)”
Burger King served up the most royal grill by completely changing its profile name to @Pancake King, accompanied with an image of flapjacks on its profile.
Other chains such as Hot Pockets could not pass up the opportunity to tease IHOB with an edited logo to show Hot Bockets with an accompanying caption, “bocket like it’s hot.”
Netflix, though not a fast food chain, has joined in the fun too, with a tweet that said, “brb, changing my name to Netflib.”
Take a look at some of the responses below.
brb changing my name to Netflib— Netflix US (@netflix) June 11, 2018
bocket like it's hot pic.twitter.com/lwroiI3iVB— Hot Pockets (@hotpockets) June 11, 2018
Inspired by the International House of Burgers announcement, we are also changing our name (Please do not ask what it means — we don’t know either.) pic.twitter.com/0HPQtQirHn— A&W Restaurants (@awrestaurants) June 11, 2018
We've worked really hard for like 100 years to get people to remember our brand name so if it's cool with everyone we're just going to stick with MoonPie thank you— MoonPie (@MoonPie) June 11, 2018
Eat a Butterfinger with your burger.— Butterfinger (@Butterfinger) June 11, 2018
[via Mashable, opening image via Burger King]
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