Free pancakes at IHOP to help Children's Miracle Network

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You know you live in the computer age when....I had to re-type the title of this post four times because I couldn't stop myself from writing "iHOP". However, I digress...

The International House of Pancakes is hosting their yearly Shrove Tuesday celebration tomorrow, which means that all guests at their restaurant may order a short-stack of pancakes between 7am and 10pm - for free. They do ask that you consider making a donation to the Children's Miracle Network though, which is a great trade-off in my opinion. According to their website, last year alone they raised over $340,000 for charity, and hope to increase that to more than $500,000 this year.

So, round up the kids and go get your Mardi Gras on tomorrow at IHOP, and if you don't live anywhere near one (like me, sadly) you can still make a donation directly to the charity if you like. I'm sure they won't mind.
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