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A guy gets up early in the morning to go ice fishing. He goes out onto the ice with his tent and fishing gear, he sets up camp and begains drilling holes when he hears a gig booming voice "THERES NO FISH UNDER THE ICE" the guy looks around and then keeps drilling. then again hears "THERES NO FISH UNDER THE ICE" now the guy is getting edgy, he looks up "GOD IS THAT YOU"? there is no answer, so he continues on. " HA THERES NO FISH UNDER THE ICE!!" Then the guy yells "GOD IS THAT REALLY YOU?"


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