We knew the pancakes had won, andat what cost
We knew the pancakes had won, and at what cost?
.98, before tax and tip.
This price tag illuminates perhaps the biggest problem with IHOP's All You Can Eat pancakes: you could get as many pancakes as you could possibly want to eat for less money off the regular menu. For under , you can get a stack of five pancakes and an egg. No human needs to eat, or would enjoy eating, more than five pancakes.
IHOP has created a fairly enjoyable breakfast experience for patrons any time of the day or night. Their All You Can Eat promotion subverts this experience, taking the relaxed sense of joy and placing it in a pancake purgatory.
Everyone at IHOP was kind and supportive to us — we have only ourselves to blame. We flew too close to the hot griddle, as Icarus once did, and our fall was spectacular. We beg of you: learn from our mistakes, and enjoy your pancakes in a relaxed and non-competitive environment.
Such is the arrogance of man.
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