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OkcChow | Mar 9, 200909:06 AM     26

I know this is a little late from Ihop's free pancake day, but who else here only goes there on free pancake day because otherwise you can get anything else on their menu, at a place the specializes in the item.
I mean why would you go to ihop and get a burger, or a steak, or a sandwich, why would you not go to a steak house, or a hamburger place, or a sandwich shop. Ihop makes way to much, and makes it all crappy.
So other than free pancake day, or going their to just get breakfast food, why else would you ever go their. I was their on free pancake day and saw people eating lunch and dinner items, and im thinking: do they not realize that all those entree's had to be frozen because their menu is so vast.
I dont hold this just to Ihop, its to any restaurant that has a menu with way to many cuisines and dishes for them not all to be prepared fresh.

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