International House of...burgers?

IHOP hosted a Twitter poll, taking guesses for what the B could stand for.

Of course, IHOP said the name change will happen for "the time being", according to Fox News.

The name change accompanies a line of new burgers at the Glendale-based chain, which is known for breakfast dishes like rainbow sprinkle-filled "cupcake pancakes" and classic buttermilk pancakes.

Last week, we speculated that maybe the b was breakfast, or brunch - or beets.

"The change in fact celebrates the debut of the brand's new Ultimate Steakburgers, a line-up of seven mouth-watering, all-natural burgers", the statement said, with Chef Nevielle Panthaky, Head of Culinary at IHOb, chiming in.

"We're flippin' from pancakes, pancakes, pancakes to burgers, burgers, burgers", read the Instagram caption posted on the morning of June 11.

Others called the name change "bizarre" and "a nightmare". The iconic brand went all in too, changing its Twitter name and even many restaurant signs.

Rebelez said that the restaurant chain is "growing like crazy" and that it soon will be worldwide. Along with the now offered Bacon Cheeseburger, Denver Omelet Burger, Cheeseburger, Cheeseburger Sliders, Mega Monster Cheeseburger, and Patty Melt, it seems that a handful of new burgers will be added, including the Big Brunch and the Cowboy BBQ, all of which will be made with 100% USDA Choice beef.

"We're always going to have pancakes on the menu".

In an effort to put the spotlight on its lunch and dinner offerings, the chain announced on Monday that the "b" stands for "burgers".

As if the United States needed more fastfood burger restaurants. But, Rebelez assured, the vast majority of the almost 1,800 other locations will still go by IHOP.