IHOP admits the whole "IHOB" thing was all just a marketing ploy
Remember when IHOP became IHOb? The Twitterverse freaked – they got totally trolled online – and in all, we all figured it was a marketing stunt. Apparently, it was. All they really wanted to do was have a flashy announcement of the addition of burgers to their menu.
So it’s over – they’re back to sticking with pancakes. IHOP made the announcement on Twitter, calling out the change for what it was. “We’d never turn our back on pancakes,” they wrote. “(except for that time we faked it to promote our new burgers).”
The @IHOB Twitter account also offered, “We really abbreciate the burgerin’ loyalty, but we’re back @IHOP again.”
Instagram is filled with people on their toes like Barbie
The latest Instagram trend....go figure
Remember when everyone on Instagram was posting pictures with duck lips? While that may not have actually gone away, a new trend is taking over the social media site, and it’s centered on the feet.
It seems these days more and more celebs and social media influencers are posting pictures with what is being called “Barbie Feet.” It has folks standing on their tip toes or pointing their feet, in order to make their legs appear longer.
And while it may seem easy, Yahoo Style warns that not everyone can master the “Barbie Feet.” “Though some experienced “Barbie Feet’ posers are able to master the trick with both feet in imaginary heels, beginners wanting to try out the position should probably start with having just one foot in the pointed heel position," the site claims, suggesting beginners could actually injure themselves. Check out examples of “Barbie Feet” here and here.
Source: Fox News