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Japan never ceases to amaze when it comes to where and how you can take a bath. Mere months after the announcement of the Spamusement Park, the amusement park/sauna/peetry dish, comes an intense one up. 

The infamous Hakone Kowakien Yunessun, Japan's hot-spring theme park (not to be confused with Beppu City, the spamusment park) is opening a maple-syrup bath in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Japanese food company Morinaga's pancake mix. I feel like a card would've done the trick. Of course, this is already competing with some of the park's other attractions, which according to Grubstreet includes tubs of green tea, red wine, sake, and ramen. Who wouldn't want to swim in these things? 

The response, as you can imagine, ranges from the confused to the enthusiastic. 

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When you whip up a batch of some piping hot pancakes, before you eat, you must share. Why shouldn't everyone on the Internet be allowed to share in on the fun?

That's what former First Daughter Chelsea thought when she made a batch of spinach pancakes, which definitely don't look like fake vomit you get from a magic and/or joke shop. This has a green tinge all it's own. 

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My thoughts exactly, and I like pineapple on pizza! 

But I'm not the only one who thought this was weird and sick. It's been a while since I've been served up roasted pancakes, but I definitely won't say know. 


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Matt Stonie ate 113 silver-dollar pancakes in 8 minutes! If you think you could better than that, it's time to heat up an pan and give it a try.

I-HOP Customers Are Outraged at What Their Server Called Them and Thus Another Viral Receipt Is Born
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Arainia Brown and her boyfriend Rolman Sparkman just wanted to get take-out from the delicious breakfast (and sometimes other meals) food chains I-HOP. They ended up coming away with a tasty dinner and an offensive receipt. The server apparently typed in "BLACK PPL" to describe them and both Brown and Sparkman feel like he could have used a better term to identify the patrons. Rather than cause a stir and bring up the issue to a manager, Brown posted the receipt online which caused it to go viral. The couple have even done an interview explaining why they felt so upset:



Responses on the internet have ranged from calling their outrage justified to ridiculous. The general consensus is that it was rude at best. I-HOP has apologized and according to the video, so has the server. 

Bad Joke of The Day: IHOP Tweets Horrible Joke, Immediately Regrets It
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Let's stick to making mediocre breakfast, IHOP. Social media isn't for you.

The pancake house is in deep syrup after making a joke on Twitter Sunday that fell...flat.

The reaction to the joke was swift, which likened a stack of pancakes to a women with a flat chest.

But this isn't the first time IHOP has tried variations of misogyny. It looks like the company tweeted about a "butter face" back in March.

It didn't take long for IHOP to tweet out an apology. It almost seems like they knew the backlash was coming.

Hmmm...weird.

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