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Just saw the 100th anniversary logo for the Tour De France, and am a bit perplexed by the fact the e has a gray overlay.
I cant see any pictorial reason, is this some kind of french accent? Or just a mistake?

Would love to know

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Joselito [160 posts] 3 years ago
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100e is french equivalent for 100th.

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backflipbedlem [1198 posts] 3 years ago
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oh rite cool, thought it must be something like that!

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farrell [1950 posts] 3 years ago
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It's actually for 100 Es, as that is the new peleton drug of choice. Not exactly performance enhancing as such but it makes the finish line celebrations far more entertaining.

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badkneestom [135 posts] 3 years ago
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Did anyone else think London's 2012 Olympic logo looked like an oral activity between two adults?

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farrell [1950 posts] 3 years ago
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badkneestom wrote:

Did anyone else think London's 2012 Olympic logo looked like an oral activity between two adults?

Lisa Simpson.

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Stumps [3357 posts] 3 years ago
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farrell wrote:

It's actually for 100 Es, as that is the new peleton drug of choice. Not exactly performance enhancing as such but it makes the finish line celebrations far more entertaining.

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ray silvester [1836 posts] 3 years ago
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stumps wrote:
farrell wrote:

It's actually for 100 Es, as that is the new peleton drug of choice. Not exactly performance enhancing as such but it makes the finish line celebrations far more entertaining.

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I wondered where Sagan got his celebration's from....and they won't be able to test him as Cav's wearing his 'a-sample'!!