What this kid discovered on Toblerone bars will shock you: “I’ve never paid attention to this in 50 years”
A 10-year-old boy has shocked thousands after he noticed a hidden symbol on the packaging of Toblerone chocolate bars that the majority of people have never seen before.
His mum revealed that the boy spotted a ‘secret bear’ inside the image of the Swiss mountains to the left of the word Toblerone.
‘My son had his first Toblerone today. “What’s the bear for?” Me: “what bear?” the woman, called Stephanie, posted online.
‘I was today years old when I found out there’s a bear in the Toblerone logo,’ she laughed.
The original post was shared on Facebook on Sunday, and it wasn’t long before thousands of people said they too had never noticed the bear.
’71 years old, 50 Christmas’ of Toblerone and after a search of the package, I finally found the Bear! Your son is brilliant! one man said.
‘Never noticed it…your son is amazing,’ another man commented.
‘I will never un-see this but never noticed it before,’ a woman wrote.
‘Wow hidden in full view for 60+ years to me,’ another said.
Many said they thought it was just the Swiss mountains.
But several commenters revealed that the bear represents the Bern bear because the chocolate is made in Bern, Switzerland.
‘Toblerone comes from Bern, Switzerland. Also known as the city of bears,’ a helpful commenter explained.
Another person explained that the chocolate was made in Bern in the 1990s and the city’s coat of arms featured a bear.
Previously, an Australian mum has proudly shared her eight-year-old daughter’s Toblerone cheesecake recipe and says it earned a 10/10 in her house.
The mum shared the picture of the delicious-looking chocolate cheesecake online to mark the youngster’s achievement.
‘She has been showing a lot of interest in cooking so here is our recipe,’ the mum said, sharing it online.
The recipe calls for cookies, almonds, caster sugar and 540grams of Toblerone chocolate.