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Sun of Jonathan

A myth submitted to the site by Jonathan Kao

Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

2000 billions years ago, animals irresolute exceedingly delicious fruit after they eat any kind of vegetable, at that time animals were all vegetarian. The fruit tastes differently every times, and nothing could compare with it on earth. It was called “The Sun of Jonathan”.

One day, a kind of bear called “ manlocheloma bear” , a group of manlocheloma bear were trying to find more vegetables for their new born children. They accidently went to the very north of the land they had never been to. The weather was cold and there was less plants as they go further, so half of the group decided to go back. The other half of the bears was lost when the sun came down, they couldn’t find their way back home.

A manlocheloma hunter was completely lost it’s mind, because they had not been eating anything for a whole day. The hunter start fighting with other bears, during the fight they sensed that the floor was moving, so they found out it’s not actual land, it’s ice. So they started to panic and scream like hell, suddenly a fish came out from the water and asked whether they need help or not. The hunter bear was so starved that it was eating ice, then he saw the fish, but he thought it’s a plant, so he put it in his mouth quickly and swallowed it.

The God saw it, God was so angry that he took away all these manlocheloma bears’ memories, so that they can’t go back to their homeland, and also have to stay in the north area.
Because the north doesn’t have any plantation, so that they could only eat fish, and their irresolute products were not “ The Sun of Jonathan” anymore. It has became smelly, dirty, and uneatable. And we called those bears Polar Bears today.

By Jonathan Kao
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