You Did Not Know The Secrets Behind These Famous Brands

6Vaseline

Vaseline is a petroleum-jelly based product that is used worldwide as a lubricant, skin cream, moisturizer, etc. It was introduced in 1872 and over the years became a product with a ton of versatility. Along with being a good lubricant and skin cream, it is also used to heal cuts and treat burns. But did you know the creator ate this? Yes, he took a spoon full of Vaseline every day till his passing at the age of 96.

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7Durex

Durex is a condom manufacturing company that was the world’s second best-selling brand of condoms in 2006 after Trojan. It was first introduced in 1915 and currently is well known for supplying 150,000 condoms to the athletes who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics. The name of the company is made from the name from the first two letters of Durable, Reliable, Excellence.

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8Levi’s

The American clothing brand that is well-known for its denim jeans was founded in 1853. The logo for the brand is also well-known and did you know the reason behind the logo’s design? It hides the part of the body that is usually highlighted by these jeans. This logo is world famous and now you know what it means.

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9eBay

Did you know the full name of eBay? You definitely thought it meant Electronic Bay and you would be wrong. When the creator of eBay was working at Echo Bay Technology Group in Echo Bay, Nevada he wanted to register the website at EchoBay.com. Unfortunately, the name was already taken so he resorted to the name eBay.com. This led to the belief that eBay stood for Electronic Bay.

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10SEGA

SEGA is a multimillion, multinational Japanese video game developer and publisher in Tokyo, Japan. The company is well-known for creating some of gaming’s most iconic titles such as Sonic the Hedgehog. But did you know what SEGA stood for? SEGA stands for Service Games of Japan.  It started out by manufacturing pinball games for the military.

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