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January 01, 2020

Daily Joke: Boy Named Polar Bear Asks His Father Is He’s a Real Polar Bear

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Today's #jokeoftheday is brought to you by a baby polar bear who continuously kept asking his father if he was 100% polar bear because of a really good reason.

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and his son polar bear were sitting in the snow in the Arctic until the son turned to his dad and asked if he was 100% polar bear.

The father replied and said that he was, in fact, 100% polar bear. A few minutes later, the son polar bear turned to his father and asked:

"Dad, tell me the truth. I can take it. Am I 100% polar bear? No brown bear or panda bear or grizzly bear?"

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The father took a deep breath before responding: "Son, I am 100% polar bear, and your mother is 100% polar bear, so you're certainly 100% polar bear."

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Another few minutes lapsed and the son polar bear once again turned to his father and told him that it would hurt him to find out that his father has been lying. Hence, he again asked the question, "Am I really 100% polar bear?"

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The father grew distressed by the repeated questioning of his son and finally asked why he kept asking about being 100% polar bear. The son replied: "Because I'm freezing to death out here!"

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Similarly, in a snow-covered area, a religious Eskimo lost his favorite Bible while fishing and was left terribly sad. Three weeks later, a baby polar bear came up to him, holding the Bible in his mouth.

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The Eskimo's eyes brightened, and he couldn't believe what he was seeing. He smiled as he took the sacred book out of the polar bear's mouth and exclaimed: "It's a miracle!" To which the polar bear replied:

"Not really. Your name is written inside the cover."

Want to hear more jokes about things that occurred in the snowstorm? Find out what happened to a frustrated village doctor, who was called in the wee hours of the morning amid the storm.

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