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1. [+1,189, -40]
Adidas... It's a multinational corporation. The fact that such an ad was created means that the pursuit of diversity is a global trend... I hope nobody calls this repulsive or whatever, how about you guys start thinking about whether you're too obsessed with Korean standards? 

2. [+856, -17]
What's repulsive about this?ㅋㅋ If you're overweight, you need to work out more. I think showing an image like that would be a positive motivation for these people 

3. [+439, -905]
Why are they shooting an ad with someone who clearly doesn't f*cking work out for work out clothes?

4. [+412, -1]
The best replies are hopelessㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ They claim that heavier people don't work out, but when they're shown working out, they claim that it's repulsive? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

6. [+294, -4]
Huh? Do you think heavier people don't work out????? Will you say the same thing towards weightlifting athletes???? Their skins aren't flopping around though 

7. [+280, -6]
It feels like you guys are coming straight for male communities. I agree that this image doesn't represent the usual work out junkie image, but I wouldn't call this repulsive... You guys sound like the kinds of bullies who would whisper about obese people coming to the gym to work out and make them leave

8. [+220, -504]
Freaking repulsive

9. [+198, -363]
This is seriously unpleasant

10. [+164, -4]
I didn't think anything of the ad;; I just viewed it as a normal Adidas ad

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