Why is H2S a polar molecule??????

since H2S doesnt have any polar bonds (differences in electronegativity between H and S is 0.4 or less) it should be nonpolar, but apparently its polar. why?
Update: i understand the basics of molecular geometry....BUT.....H2S shouldnt have a dipole since none of its individual bonds are polar. so it shouldnt matter that H2S is bent if none of its bonds are polar
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