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Consuming Too Much Info? You Might Be Infobese, Say These Very Strange Ads (NSFW)

There's more than one way to feel the flab. But however much time you spend on the treadmill, French ad publication Influencia hopes to draw your attention to a more insidious fitness foe you may be overlooking—infobesity. It's getting the conversation started with a surreal campaign from Glory Paris. read more
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