Once again, I present you with an image that defies comprehension.
I’m fairly certain it’s supposed to be some sort of animal. Beyond that, I’m going on pure speculation. I first thought “rabbit,” but the tail is wrong. Then “dinosaur with mouth open facing backwards,” but that doesn’t explain the pointy thing sticking out of its belly.
Let’s try seeing it in context. It’s part of the logo for MacDonald Auto Source. So perhaps it represents an animal that is fast like a cheetah or reliable like an elephant. No, neither of those work. After having given it serious thought (seriously), I think it is a kangaroo. The tail and rear legs are right, and the two things extending to the left from its head could be very large ears. The three protuberances on the right might be, from the top, a long, narrow face/snout; two front legs; and a pouch either gaping open or with a pointy joey’s head sticking out. Let’s go with that theory.
Now the trouble is to try and explain why an automobile dealership would want to associate itself with a mammal that is not exactly the model of smooth, elegant transportation. “We hop to your service.”?
I think I might make a habit of ridiculing strange or stupid logos. It doesn’t take much effort, and it guarantees me a steady stream of W titles.