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TOKYO, JAPAN - JULY 24: A man looks at the Olympic rings displayed in front of the New National Stadium, the main venue for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, under construction on July 24, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images)

The Paris Olympics is five years away, but the logo for it has already been released. On France 24, they explain that the symbol is a combination of the medal, the flame, and Marianne, “The personification of the French Republic since the revolution in 1789.”

They also clarify that the logo will be used for both the Olympics and the Paralympic Games.

Since the logo has been released, people on Twitter have had a field day describing what they think the logo looks like. One user said it looks like a Fanta commercial character, another compared it to the Tinder logo. One person even said, “Why does the Paris 2024 Olympics logo look like it drives an Audi TT, complains to every manager it sees and is named Karen!?”

See some of the best reactions to the Olympics logo below.

 

In response to the reaction on social media, organizers have said, “While the logo has divided the internet, the goal remains to ‘honor French culture and creativity.”