Last September, the IHOP in Victoria went viral for a fight.  TikTok's started to circulate and that's when the memes started to flood in. The next morning IHOP Victoria was being mentioned on news stations around the country. Cops were called however no arrests were made at the time.  I have since been to IHOP in Victoria and had a pleasant restaurant experience. Just in case you need a refresher you can see the video below and you can also see the video that a Victoria Couple did for Halloween spoofing the entire thing



The very next month, Victoria residents Oliver and Vanessa Cantu put their comedic spin on the viral IHOP incident. They might have just won Halloween with the video. Vanessa dressed as the IHOP employee while Oliver...

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ANYTIME ANYWHERE:

It wasn't long before the rest of the IHOP crew ( Ramiro) showed up and things got a little out of control. Apparently, they ain't scared of you and will take on you anytime, anywhere including Skillets...

We love Oliver and Vanessa and we appreciate them showing us how you can make a marriage fun. We can't wait to see what they do next.

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OLIVER LOST A BET:

Last year, Oliver lost a bet, and his wife, Vanessa, got to pick out the outfit that he would wear holding a sign proclaiming that his wife was the best.

Vanessa went with the classic dad look with an outfit that was put together at Goodwill just hours before he paid his bet. I mean it doesn't get more 'dad look' than a T-shirt tucked into jorts with high socks. The only thing that was missing was the white New Balance shoes LOL.

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