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Here's a Weird Miami Dolphins Video to Watch While You're High* This Weekend

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Have you ever noticed how the Miami Dolphin's logo-baring helmet includes a picture of a dolphin wearing a helmet that actually looks nothing like a helmet the Dolphins actually wear? Why don't the Dolphins wear helmets with just simple oranges Ms like their logo? Or why doesn't the logo wear a helmet that features the logo itself? Because that would break the universe, as pointed out by this video.

It's Dolphinception!

Yes, we made a GIF.

So where did this come from? An SBNation video on the redesign of various NFL logos.

You might remember the Dolphins logo may be going under some slight renovations this summer. Perhaps the helmet paradox will finally be addressed.

*by being high, we mean after you've climbed one of Miami's many mountains. It's great mountain climbing weather this weekend. Remember to wear proper safety gear and stay safe.

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