Ever since IHOP revealed last week that it was officially changing its name to IHOb, many people haven't been able to shake the feeling that the universe is out of balance. The chain restaurant has been going by its breakfast-implied moniker for decades now, and to suddenly call it by a new name just doesn't feel right.

But even amidst all the controversy, it isn't the first chain to experience a name makeover. Here's a short list of some other popular chain restaurants that have changed their names over the years.

1. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

You may know it more colloquially as Popeyes, but it turns out this chain changed its name from Popeyes Chicken and Biscuits to Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen in February 2017. The reason? The chain wanted to shed more light on its quality and Louisiana roots. (Not to mention that Louisiana food is more than just chicken and biscuits.)

2. Qdoba Mexican Eats

Qdoba knows it was meant to stand out. The Mexican-style eatery rebranded itself from Qdoba Mexican Grill to Qdoba Mexican Eats in October 2015, wanting to differentiate itself more from Chipotle, aka Chipotle Mexican Grill

3. KFC

This chain's name change actually dates all the way back to the early 90s. Before it was KFC, the restaurant was known as Kentucky Fried Chicken. But after 39 years, it was time to down-play the "fried;" and for what's it worth, the acronym was already being used.

4. Boston Market

Fast-food joints may love their chicken, but it's not the only meat they serve. Similarly to Popeyes, Boston Market changed its name from Boston Chicken in 1995 to show it sold other meats, namely turkey and ham. Seriously, can you imagine Boston Market without all its Thanksgiving fare on its menu?

5. Uno Pizzeria & Grill

This pizza chain restaurant actually has a history of name changes. Originally Pizzeria Uno, the chain later became known as Uno Chicago Grill to show it was more than just a pizza restaurant. But after realizing it was becoming too similar to other casual dining chains, the name was changed again to Uno Pizzeria & Grill. (Deep-dish pride, FTW.)

While none of these chain restaurant name changes are as significant as IHOP's, they all went through a name change one way or another. Most likely, the IHOb controversy will blow over by the end of the summer. However, no matter what the last letter in the restaurant's name stands for, its pancakes will always reign supreme.