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Why are these weird distorted brand logos so funny?

A ridiculous new aesthetic of corporate mockery is taking hold online.  A strain of dedicated Photoshop artists have inexplicably committed themselves to jumbling major brand logos into nonsense words — and their work is oddly amusing. SEE ALSO: Tech dominates ranking of the world's most valuable brands "Subway, Eat Fresh," for instance, is remixed into "Sbubby, eef freef.
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