the gap shows they’ve learned their lesson about the disastrous redesign of their iconic logo by reintroducing a more sympathetic version. i can hardly wait to see this one rendered in red this christmas!
editor’s note: does anyone at all recognize the comedic use of the word “flap?” as in, “the gap created a flap when it redesigned its new logo?” i sure hope so … otherwise the hilarity of this post will go unnoticed! still in the dark? look up flap here, note definition #6, and then consider that “gap” rhymes with “flap.”