Be AmazedCompanies will try all kinds of subliminal tricks to get you to do what they want, and nowhere is that more true than in the media. Here's our top 10 subliminal messages hidden in modern media.
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BeAmazed at... Money - Bank notes are full of intricate patterns, colours and textures. This is because it makes them harder to forge. However, some people believe there's more to it. Ode to HMV - Back in 2013, a UK man was watching a repeat of the ‘comedy’ show Mr Bean, on cable channel Comedy Central. Movie posters - When you see a poster for a movie on a billboard or outside the cinema, they’re usually pretty clear. BTK - In the 1970s, the town of Wichita, Kansas was terrorised by a serial killer known as BTK. BTK stood for Bind, Torture, Kill which was his preferred method of murder. Music videos - In the 60s and 70s bands used to record subliminal messages into the grooves of their vinyl albums. The Pixar connection - We all love those quirky Pixar movies with those cute little characters, so different, yet so alike. Marlboro bar code - OK, imagine you’re one of the world’s most famous cigarette brands. Advertising - The world of advertising isn’t all sharp suits and cocktails. Dollar Sandwich - More advertising hi-jinx, albeit slightly more cheerful in its sneakiness. Sex sells - If we know one thing about advertising, it’s that sex sells.show more