Woman Has People Questioning If The Range Is Actually Called The Orange
A woman has left shoppers confused after pointing out that The Range has a ring around the R, questioning whether it's actually called The Orange.
Taking to Facebook, she wrote: "So I blew my own mind today. I realised that The Range has an R in an orange circle as their logo, but I can't unsee it as saying anything other than Orange now??"
She went on to add: "Has it been called The Orange all along and we've not noticed? Honestly I am baffled. Someone please explain this to me and restore my faith in humanity."
Taking to Instagram, the homeware store seemed to clear things up, writing: "We've received so many messages about this viral post... its taken you all a while to notice.
"We do love the colour O-Range but all jokes aside we are officially called 'The Range'."
Replying to the woman on Facebook, one person wrote: "I have not noticed it before but now all I can see is orange too."
Another added: "Until you mentioned it, I've never noticed it before. That's what lockdown does [sic] for you."
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While a third commented: "Wish I'd never read this because now it's all I can see."
Another thing people were left completely baffled about is the hidden number eight in the middle of the eight of diamonds card.
It turns out many of us have gone our entire lives never noticing there is a hidden number - instantly you look and see the eight red diamond shapes on the card, however the number is in the white space between.
The person who made us all aware of this posted an image of the playing card on Twitter along with the caption: "What age were you when you first saw the 8 in the middle of the 8 of diamonds?"
Many people were pretty honest and replied to the tweet saying this is the first time they'd realised the hidden number, one said: "Today years old," while another added: "A minute younger than I am now."
There was a lot of baffled Twitter users as someone commented: "That's mental. I've never noticed it before."
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