Woman is stunned when she finds out what the Travelodge logo actually is
- TikTok user called herself a ‘stupid a**’ for not realizing what the Travelodge logo was
- Amazed social media star had always thought the image was rolling hills
With its crescent moon, stars and ‘rest easy’ slogan, there’s no mistaking what the Premier Inn logo is all about – especially when you throw in a snoozing Lenny Henry just in case.
But rival budget hotel Travelodge has a much more complicated logo, at least according to a startled TikToker who confessed to finally figuring out what it actually was… after years of believing it was some rolling hills.
The blue of the hill with a red sky behind it lends itself perfectly to a sunrise scene, but that’s not what you’re looking at.
After finally getting a good look at the Travelodge logo, TikTok user @chxrll posted a video to the social media platform calling herself a “dumb**” and realizing its true meaning.
But have you ever stopped to really look at the Travelodge logo? It may not be exactly what you think it is
The Premier Inn logo, on the other hand, shows a sleeping crescent moon on a dark background
After taking a close look at the logo that appears on billboards, TV ads, and on the chain’s 590 hotels, the TikToker finally started to twirl.
User @chxrll shared her revelation on TikTok, declaring herself a ‘stupid a**’, realizing its true meaning.
In her viral video, she said, “My stupid a** thinking about how the Travelodge logo is a person sleeping…
“For years I thought they were hills!”
Another commenter had a more surprising take on what they thought the logo was. ‘S***, I thought it was a seagull,’ they replied, LadBible reports.
Another said they had never paid attention to design and “thought it was just colors.”
One surprised user who claims to work for Travelodge said they never noticed the meaning of the logo. Another user said, ‘NO WAY. Been living a lie all my life.”
One person said they felt “a little special” because they had known all along that the logo is a sleeping person.
However, it can be argued that the logo is an optical illusion – perhaps it should remind you of a good night’s sleep and of the idyllic countryside.