Imagine creating a world famous logo all the way back in 1966, only to have social media tear it apart more than 50 years later.
Thats exactly whats happened with the Chicago Bulls logo, which eagle-eyed social media users have realised looks slightly NSFW when turned upside down.
Rather than the angry bull which has become one of the most recognised emblems of all time, when turned upside down the logo instead appears to resemble a robot having sex with a crab.
I bet graphic designer Dean P. Wessel – the man who designed the logo in 1966 – never anticipated a day when sites such as Reddit even existed, never mind that they would contribute to his hard work becoming somewhat of a laughing stock.
But Reddit does exist, and now so does the robot having sex with a crab theory. Because why not? Reddit user Cvoony took to the site last week to share their thoughts on the matter, simply writing: If you turn the Chicago Bulls logo upside down, it looks like a robot f*cking a crab.
Its safe to say, peoples minds were blown. So much so, in fact, that the post went viral immediately and has so far received more than 60k upvotes – not an easy feat. The theory then got reposted on Twitter where it went even more viral, attracting nearly 59k retweets and more than 254k likes.
You can check out the post below:
If you turn the Chicago bulls logo upside down its a robot having sex with a crab pic.twitter.com/KGfsqyr3Ml
— Deniz Camp @ SDCC (@MDesaad) September 14, 2019