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This may sound dumb, but I can't figure out the randomness of these circles. Is it "2006"- and, if so, where is the "2"? Or is it just "06," and, if so, what is the purpose of the top and bottom two circles?

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dude, I'm gonna be nice so you don't get killed. so, the blue circle is the number 0, while the green circle is the number 6, there is no 2 & there is no 2nd 0. The circle on top, is just to add on to the smiling faces, while the circle at bottom is the world cup logo.

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dude, I'm gonna be nice so you don't get killed. so, the blue circle is the number 0, while the green circle is the number 6, there is no 2 & there is no 2nd 0. The circle on top, is just to add on to the smiling faces, while the circle at bottom is the world cup logo.

TOO LATE!, GET THE ROPE! :cursing:

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The smiley face represent the emotions fans go through during the tournament

Lies.

Where is the look of consternation, rage, outright sadness, or the look of getting your manhood stepped on?

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dude, I'm gonna be nice so you don't get killed. so, the blue circle is the number 0, while the green circle is the number 6, there is no 2 & there is no 2nd 0. The circle on top, is just to add on to the smiling faces, while the circle at bottom is the world cup logo.

Actually, to be fair I wasn't sure of this either, because I also heard about 2006 being in there somewhere.

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The smiley faces reflect the motto of the World Cup 2006 "a time to make friends"

THen there is the 06 because this is year 2006

The bottom circle with the trophy is a slightly modified Korea-Japan logo from 2002 that will be used in all future World Cup logos, like the Olympic rings are on every logo, FIFA want it to be seen as 'yes that logo is the World cup' like you can do with the Olympic rings

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The logo is just baaad...

It represents nothing German. Also, the ShinyHubCaps question IS quite reasonable, if the faces are 0s, why is the 3rd face not a 0, and how can you tell which face is not a 0?

If my opinion is not enough, here is one of one of the greatest German designers: DW World

Here is the official explanation: FIFA World Cup

And here is a joke:

wc.jpg

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The logo is just baaad...

It represents nothing German. Also, the ShinyHubCaps question IS quite reasonable, if the faces are 0s, why is the 3rd face not a 0, and how can you tell which face is not a 0?

If my opinion is not enough, here is one of one of the greatest German designers: DW World

Here is the official explanation: FIFA World Cup

And here is a joke:

wc.jpg

ROFL FTW!

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The logo is just baaad...

It represents nothing German. Also, the ShinyHubCaps question IS quite reasonable, if the faces are 0s, why is the 3rd face not a 0, and how can you tell which face is not a 0?

If my opinion is not enough, here is one of one of the greatest German designers: DW World

Here is the official explanation: FIFA World Cup

And here is a joke:

wc.jpg

[cough] Wayne Rooney [/cough]

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The smiley face represent the emotions fans go through during the tournament

then where is the sad and disgusted face

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The logo is just baaad...

It represents nothing German. Also, the ShinyHubCaps question IS quite reasonable, if the faces are 0s, why is the 3rd face not a 0, and how can you tell which face is not a 0?

If my opinion is not enough, here is one of one of the greatest German designers: DW World

Here is the official explanation: FIFA World Cup

And here is a joke:

wc.jpg

ROFLMFAO!!!!

That was inspired!

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