Chennai: Fashion brand Zara updates its logo after nine years, causes internet uproar
The fashion brand ‘Zara’ had recently updated its logo and not all brand loyalists on Twitter are happy with it. The new logo, designed by the Baron & Baron agency, shows the name of the brand in a more kerned and overlapping way. Also, a curve was added to the bottom of the ‘Z’ and ‘R’ of the four-lettered word (ZARA) making it difficult to read as well. A user tried to roast the Spanish brand with a ‘meme’ showing that if it continues to kern the logo, by 2030 it will be become a black square by 2030. The last time Zara changed its logo was in 2010. However, then, no one seemed to have any problem with it.
Texas woman claims restaurant employees purposely put mud in her sandwich
A woman in Texas claimed that she found a clump of mud on a sandwich she bought Whataburger drive-through in Baytown. She shared her experience on Facebook with photos and a video of the sandwich she ate. “I ordered through the drive thru, got home to find MUD in my sandwich. All I did was switch the bread and I guess that was too much to ask? Called up to the store asked what was in my sandwich because I found brown clumps, (sic)” she posted. “Yes, I did eat it and it tasted funny as to why I opened up the sandwich,” she added clarifying why she decided to open it up and investigate the sandwich.
YouTuber writes down names of all his subscribers, thanks them individually
To show his gratitude, an elderly Portuguese YouTuber, Nilson Izais Paulinho, notes down the names of each of the subscribers of his channel and thanks them in separate videos by reading out their names. Noticing this habit of his, the Internet decided to return the kindness in form of subscribers. By January end, he had around 7,000 followers. However, since then, Nilson’s channel exploded by monumental proportions and he has landed around 2.5 million subscribers