Sunday, August 2, 2015

Cubs reveal sad, possibly stoned new mascot

- The Cubs revealed their first ever mascot, a small bear who appears sad or scared.

Cubs reveal sad, possibly stoned new mascot

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- The Cubs revealed their first ever mascot, a small bear who appears sad or scared.

Then he made his first public appearance and proved he was just a normal, totally stoned bear.

lol RT @DannyEcker: Here's the actual @ClarktheCub mascot at his first public appearance tonight: pic.twitter.com/QQ3W8GMbUK

— Jayson Werth's Beard (@JWerthsBeard) January 14, 2014

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