A now-viral tweet will make you look at KFC’s logo differently.
According to Today, Freddie Campion, a content director at Headspace, brought back an old meme about KFC’s Colonel Sanders.
In a tweet, Campion wrote that his wife was convinced that his bow tie was a stick figure underneath his large head.
“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,” he tweeted with several images of the famous KFC frontman.
This isn't the first time that the bow tie concept of being a stick figure has appeared on the internet, but this particular instance has gotten the attention of thousands.
The tweet has already garnered over 400,000 likes and has led people to share some hidden meanings they have seen in several other fast food logos.
"Well I thought the Arbys logo was a fish jumping out of water until I was like 17," someone tweeted alongside a GIF of the fast-food chain.
Another user explained how the “o” and the “x” look like a fish in the logo.
"She’s a genius. Can you ask her to interpret the Starbucks lady. Does she have legs with little crab feet that she’s trying to lift above her head? I don’t get what’s going on here," another user said as she analyzed the Starbucks’ logo.
The list kept going as many users on Twitter gave their comments about several fast-food logos.