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Q: What did the sea say to the iceberg ?

A: Nothing, it just waved.

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Q: Where do penguins go to dance?

A: At the snow ball.

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Q: Why did the penguin cross the road ?

A: To go with the floe .

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Q: What do penguins eat for lunch?

A: Ice burg-ers.

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Q: How do penguins drink?

A: Out of beak-ers.

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Q: What's a penguin's favorite salad?

A: Iceberg lettuce.

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Q: Who's the penguin's favorite Aunt?

A: Aunt-arctica .

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Q: Who's the head of the penguin the navy?

A: Admiral Byrd.

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Q: How does a penguin make pancakes?

A: With its flippers.

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Q: What do you get when you cross a penguin and an alligator ?

A: I don't know, but don't try to fix its bow tie .

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Q: Why are penguins good race drivers?

A: Because they're always in the pole position.

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Q: What do little penguins sing when their father brings fish home for dinner?

A: Freeze a Jolly Good Fellow.

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This one's a North Pole Joke!
Q: What do you call a gigantic polar bear?

A: Nothing, you just run away!




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