McDonald's golden arches are a totem of American fast food culture and industry domination, known to anyone who's ever wolfed down a cheeseburger or ordered a happy meal. So why are they hanging upside down?
A McDonald's outpost in Lynwood, California recently flipped the brand's steadfast logo on its head in honor of International Women's Day on Thursday, March 8. If you're a keen observer of letters and words, you'll notice the inverted "M" forms a "W," symbolizing the day of recognition for women worldwide.
Some bystanders have been a little confused by the sign.