Raise your hand if you think McDonald’s Golden Arches logo stands for the letter M.
Well, it turns out there’s a hidden meaning behind them – and it’s pretty naughty.
Back in the 1960s, when McDonald’s was in the midst of a rebranding, they hired a design consultant and psychologist, Louis Cheskin, to help them come up with a logo.
At the time, McDonald’s was trying to create a more consistent look for many of their locations.
His vision? Chest.
Author Eric Schlosser stated in Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal that Cheskin convinced McDonald’s executives that golden arches — breasts, in fact — would help boost their sales.
He referred to the golden domes as “McDonald’s mother’s breasts”.
He claimed that they provided some sort of Freudian meaning in the subconscious of the client.
And apparently, he was right because it’s been 57 years since the idea was first conceived and McDonald’s continues to be one of the most popular fast food joints in the world.
And while some locations have undergone some renovations, the original design is certainly still viable for business.
The McDonald’s infatuated couple arranged their photo session to have burgers and fries.
The bride revealed in a video: “Have you ever taken an engagement photo at McDonald’s?
“Do you want me to describe it to you?”
In one photo, one can see the wife and fiancé cuddling behind two burgers.
Needless to say, her unique photography style has made her receive more than 156,000 views on social networks.
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