I remember the first time someone pointed out the white arrow in the FedEx logo to me…
Do you know what I’m talking about?
My mind was BLOWN. I was completely flabbergasted.
And that’s why I enjoy these kinds of posts so much!
Let’s see what people had to say about what’s hidden (or not hidden) in famous logos.
1. You were way off!
Sounds like you were a little bit behind the times…
😂 I couldn’t understand why people were wearing black and yellow cartoon teeth t shirts. Then I finally found out it was the new Batman logo (in my defence the yellow “teeth” stand out)😂 pic.twitter.com/rs34YpWkks
— 🙏🏾 (@nadiabirm) December 16, 2020
2. Are those antlers?
What am I looking at here?
In a similar vein, until just recently I 100% believed that the Hawaiian Punch mascot had antlers for some reason instead of a straw hat. pic.twitter.com/7L6v0OXvib
— I Was Specifically Told There Would Be No Math. (@thesporq) December 16, 2020
3. That’s kind of amazing.
Okay, we’ll give you a pass on this one.
When I was a kid I thought this was a Chinese word for New York as their logo. pic.twitter.com/KS72zc5lbO
— Robert Willington 🇺🇸🇨🇦🇬🇧 (@willington) December 17, 2020
4. I’m gonna freak out!
Yeah, that’s a little bit weird.
Just wait until you realize that Cap’t Crunch’s eyebrows are on his hat. pic.twitter.com/t8sadBPVW9
— Jon (@HomerpaloozaJon) December 16, 2020
5. Really? Until your mid-30s?
If you say so…
Until about my mid 30’s I thought the front feet were his jaws and he had a little white eye. pic.twitter.com/wj0MbVgliA
— Tracie Gloudemans (@racieta2) December 16, 2020
6. I see what you did there.
It was an honest mistake.
And Jack in the B-fish. pic.twitter.com/j1aURrXWtR
— Doug Wicks (@magictwicks) December 16, 2020
7. Isney, right?
That’s what the company is called?
I was like 25 when I realized this was D. When I was a kid, I thought it was a weird treble clef cause all the movies were musical 😅😂 pic.twitter.com/aQjqeiLwY4
— Torin 🏳️🌈✊ (@toho1988) December 16, 2020
8. I could see that.
You were just a kid!
When I was a kid I thought the Montreal Expos logo was the letters “ELB” instead of a script letter M. I also thought “ELB” was was a word in French pic.twitter.com/HonzSTY5pl
— Mike B (@CBJ4Ever) December 16, 2020
9. I never saw that either…
Until just now…
My friend never saw the 1 in the old F1 logo and just thought the streaks were supposed to be the one pic.twitter.com/1dFLCAAAZ2
— Justin Gillies (@JAG30997) December 18, 2020
10. Pretty cool, right?
I like this one.
I lived in DC a long time before I realized the Capital Dome is at the bottom of the eagle. pic.twitter.com/1wWIItM7WS
— Chris Mullett (@Cmullett69) December 16, 2020
11. This is hilarious.
MOTHER OF SATAN?!?!
I thought the Browning logo (seen on stickers without the name) must have been the symbol for a heavy metal band. I thought it was a pregnant devil woman. Mother of Satan? Hell Child? 🤔 I finally took a picture and asked what it meant. Didn’t see the deer until someone told me. pic.twitter.com/lrQvBjPRDc
— Indivisible (@AmerIndivis) December 16, 2020
12. Look very closely…
It makes perfect sense!
My 9 year old daughter recently asked, “I have been wondering…how does that guy drink a soda without any arms?” (A local shop in Helena, MT) 😂🤣 omigosh, we laugh every time we pass it. #FinAndClara pic.twitter.com/GTWvqNetn7
— Kisses 😘 for #Resisters 💙 (@_Incognito_XoXo) December 16, 2020
Have you ever had any experiences like this with famous logos?
If so, tell us your stories in the comments.
We’d love to hear from you!