Do You Know The Hidden Meanings in These Company Logos?

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We see advertisements every day, and usually, we don't think much about them. However, if you take the time to look a little closer, you might find that some of these brand logos have a hidden message. These famous designs have been right under your nose the whole time and you never even notice the real meaning behind them...

Baskin Robbins

In 2005, the famous ice cream company introduced this new logo with a clever nod to its 31 original flavors. The number 31 can be seen written in pink on the design. The company was founded in 1945 by Irv Robbins and Burt Baskin. The idea was that with 31 flavors, a customer could have a different taste every day of the month. Sounds delicious! 

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LSO

The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) logo might look a little confusing, but once you see the hidden message, it makes more sense. Sure, you can make out LSO in this curly writing, but can you also see an abstract conductor? The L and O act as arms while the S is a person's body. This makes orchestra music so much better...

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The More You Know

  • When the Super Bowl champion Giants visited the White House in 1987, they dumped popcorn on President Reagan.
  • T-shirts were originally made for unmarried men who didn't know how to sew buttons on collared shirts.
  • The woolly mammoth survived until Egyptian times.
  • Baby elephants suck their trunks for comfort.
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