Once you've seen it, it is difficult to understand, that so many years should pass, before you saw it.
that was How it was in each fell for a mother, who on Twitter calls himself Stephanie. She has used social media to share an experience she recently had with her son and a plate of the familiar, triangular Toblerone chocolates.
'What does the bear?' the boy asked, as he, according to Stephanie recently for the very first time made the acquaintance of the swiss nougat-treat.
My son hate his first Toblerone today. “What's the bear for?”— Stephanie (@upstephanie) December 27, 2018
Me: “what bear?”
I was today years old when I found out there's a bear in the Toblerone logo. pic.twitter.com/CmwRO2BFww
'What bear?' she replied, but then it went to her big surprise up for her, that his son was right. Inside the Toblerones mountain logo 'save' is actually a picture of a bear. In fact, it's quite hard not to see it, when you first discovered it.
you Can see the bear in the logo? Photo: PR-Photo
Stephanie explained afterwards, after having searched a bit around on the net, that there is actually a quite simple and plausible reason for the sharp eye can spot a hidden bear in the chocolate mountain. Toblerone bar originates from Switzerland the city of Bern, which is also called 'The city of bears'.
Toblerone comes from Bern, Switzerland. Also known as the city of bears.— Stephanie (@upstephanie) December 27, 2018
It also reaffirms this list of hidden symbols in famous logos.
Stephanies tweet about the Toblerone bear of a few days got over 28,000 likes on Twitter.
pic.twitter.com/m1g7UmNRdJ— J'lyn New (@JlynNye) December 27, 2018
I had never seen that!!! Your son is brilliant!— Honu (@harrislarryd) December 27, 2018
I just blurted out, ‘Did anyone know about the Toblerone bear?’ the— Julie M-D (@juliemerrills) December 28, 2018
And my son thumbnail without raising his head, ‘The one in the mountain? What about it?’ the
They know things.
That's nothing... wait till you see the arrow in the Fed Ex logo pic.twitter.com/0KrpnL8dYs— Kevin D⚠️ (@Penralltgoch) December 28, 2018
Eating them for 50 years never noticed that, your lads a genius, in my defense the wrapper is the last thing Im thinking about when I get one.— Paul Thornberry (@thornberryp) December 28, 2018
This christmas is full of pleasant revelations - see for example here, why the fans are in shock over a 'Home Alone'-the secret.