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Happiness Defined

What do you do when you want to get your kid into the Super Bowl, but don’t have a lot of time to plan?

Well, you might have to resort to something as simple as having your kid bring home a dolphin.

That’s exactly what happened to the dolphins of New England Patriots.

The dolphins have been part of the Patriots team since 2006, but the team’s mascot, a cartoon dolphin, has been absent from the team since at least that year.

In an interview with the Associated Press, Patriots spokesman Tom McCarthy said the team is in discussions with the aquarium about how to make the dolphin appear.

McCarthy said it’s not clear when that will be.

In the meantime, the dolphin has been used to promote the Patriots, including in a Super Bowl ad.

It also has a role in the Patriots’ mascot costume, which includes a head and shoulders with the dolphins face.

The Dolphins have been featured in a number of ads, including the Super Bow, and they have been shown in a couple of videos on YouTube.