How many company logos do you think you see per day? When you are out shopping or online, you see so many that you probably barely look at them. You think you know what your favorite companies and brands logos really mean, but many have hidden messages. Here are some hidden messages in logos that you may have never realized. See how many your friends know! 1. Baskin Robbins Wikimedia Commons Look Closer At the B and the R . Wikimedia Commons See The 31? Pretty simple, right? BR... Baskin Robbins. Do you see the 31 hidden in there in pink lettering in the 'BR'? The number 31 stands for their original 31 flavors. Baskin Robbins wanted to have one flavor for every day of the month when they opened in 1953 2. Amazon Wikimedia Commons Notice Anything About Where That Arrow Is Pointing? Wikimedia Commons Think About The Alphabet Amazon is growing in popularity every day. The logo is the word Amazon with a smile underneath, right? Nope! It is actually an arrow pointing from A to Z. This shows that Amazon has a huge variety of products in their online store. 3. Apple Wikimedia Commons Okay, There's A Bite... Wikimedia Commons This One's A Little More Subtle The logo of the popular cell phone retailer is a simple apple with a bite taken out of it. Why is the bite mark there? They wanted a bite mark so that even if the logo becomes tiny, it would still look like an apple and not a cherry 4. FedEx Wikimedia Commons Look Between The E and X Wikimedia Commons Arrow And Bullseye\u00a0 FedEx's logo is pretty simple. It just says FedEx, sometimes with the word Express. Do you see the arrow in the logo? Look between the 'E' and the 'x'. It\u00a0 descibes their pledge to expedient and diretness. Bet you never noticed that before! 5. Toblerone Flickr There Appears To Be A Creature In That Mountain Yikes, A Bear! Don't you just love Toblerone chocolate? The Toblerone logo features the word and a mountain. Look closely at the mountain. Do you see a bear? The bear is the official symbol of Bern, a town in Switzerland which is the home of Toblerone. Read on to the next page to find out what other logos have hidden meanings! 6. Tostitos Flickr Right In Plain Sight Flickr Friends Share Their Chips What do the colored shapes over the 'i' represent? They aren't just there for color, it represents a bowl of salsa and a chip. See how the 't's' are curved a bit? They represent people. Do you see the two people coming together to enjoy chips and salsa now? How clever! 7. Goodwill Wikimedia Commons SMILE Wikimedia Commons Notice The Matching g's The Goodwill logo contains half of a smiling face. Perhaps this is because it feels so good to donate items? The face is actually a larger version of the 'g' in the word Goodwill. Can you see it now? 8. Hershey's Kisses Pinterest There Are 3 Kisses? Pinterest Now That I Look At It, After All These Years How many Hershey Kisses do you see in their logo? Two, right? Wrong! There are actually three, but one is pretty hidden. Look between the 'K' and the 'I' and tilt your head slightly to the left and you will see another Kiss. 9. Pinterest Wikimedia Commons Hard To Look At It The Same Wikimedia Commons Very Pinteresting The Pinterest logo is pretty self-explanatory. It is a giant P. However, you can see that it also has the shape of a pin, which is what you do on their website. 10. Chick-fil-A Flickr Too Obvious Flickr Although, I Love Chick-Fil-A The logo is simply the name Chick-fil-A. Did you ever notice that the 'C' has been drawn to look like a chicken? It all comes together perfectly! 11. Gillette Wikimedia Commons You Have To Be Sharp To Get This One Wikimedia Commons Ouch! This is another logo that simply says what the brand's name is. However, the slanted style is supposed to represent a razor sharp edge. Did any of the hidden meanings in these logos surprise you? Can you think of any other brands with secrets in the logo? If you enjoyed this article, please SHARE with your friends and family!