As a confession, B&T was unaware of the US all-you-can-eat pancake chain IHOP. However, we have to congratulate it on such a glorious, albeit fattening, marketing strategy.
And now the fast-food outlet – which apparently stands for International House Of Pancakes – has released a witty new ad from creative agency Droga5.
The ad features a character that looks very similar to Lord Of The Rings’ Aragorn.
The bearded chap finds a fork on the road which soon turns into a metaphor for IHOP’s new pancake and omelette breakfast range.
Anyways, we won’t spoil the ending and we’ll let you guffaw to the amusing spot below:
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