A brand’s logo is solely responsible for helping people identify it with the trust and reliability associated with it. For years, we have seen the face of Colonel Harland David Sanders as the representation of the fast-food brand KFC. Besides the classic 11 herbs and spices, KFC is famous for its easily identifiable logo which features Colonel Sanders wearing a bow tie. 

This woman’s incredible eye for detail noticed something about the KFC logo which has completely changed the perception of it. The woman revealed that since her childhood, she never saw Colonel Sanders wearing a bowtie. Instead, she was under the impression that the bowtie was Colonel Sanders’s stick-figure body. 

The woman’s husband, Freddie Campion, on Twitter, disclosed the conversation he had with his wife.

“My wife just confessed that for her entire childhood she thought Colonel Sanders’ bow tie was his whole body and now I can’t stop seeing a tiny stick body every time I look at him.”

Reactions have been pouring in from all around the world with most people agreeing that they will never be able to look at the KFC logo in the same way again. Many netizens are also coming up with their own out of the box observations about brand logos. Toblerone, FedEx, Starbucks and Disney are few such brands.