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... a very big bear ...

... or a very small man?

Phil@TC

Hi Aerhyn.
Dubbi is a most handsome bear-seal-thing teddy, but after 19 years I doubt whether you would be able to trace his origin. He has probably removed his own label, because cuddly animals find them quite embarrassing - wouldn't you? But I don't really see the problem. You seem very happy, so why not just enjoy your time together, and get on with living your lives. You could start by tidying the garden.

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Alexander, Reg, Kirsty and Woody on Easter Day. bear_grin Hope you had a good one - Phil

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Why, what he done? I think I may have seen him on Crimewatch.  bear_grin

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Hello teddy167487 and Sweetie. Welcome to Teddy Talk - Phil. bear_laugh

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Hi and Welcome Gosia.

Your new family of bears are looking very pleased with themselves - as well they might. Very handsome. - Phil.

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Hi Tracy.

Everything about bears is addictive - but addiction is not all bad. Keep it up!

Phil   bear_original

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Hello Anzhela, and welcome to Teddy Talk.

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Phil

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I'm content now - reassured that this faithful friend will have a long and happy semi-retirement.  bear_thumb Phil

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A replacement? You can't do that - how heartless. You could take in another bear to help him out and give him a bit of a rest. But bears can't be replaced.

This also worries me because I'm starting to look a bit worn and sad myself.

Phil

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Hi Debbie. What a happy hug. And I'm glad they all have names! - Phil

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I think its very classy - and the bears are charming.

Phil

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Welcome to Teddy Talk Debbie. I'm sure there are lot's of other members who remember the 50's!

Phil

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Hi Tralee.

Welcome to Teddy Talk. Giving bears a home is fun - but I don't think you should be TOO serious about it. Just adopt those you can't resist, and you can't go wrong.

Phil

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Hi Tracy. Welcome to Teddy Talk - Phil

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Oh yes, Edward Walker is just what I'm looking for. Does anyone have a photo of him that I can use?  I'm very particular about not cutting and pasting from websites because of copyright issues. If I can't get a photo I'll have to start dropping hints about birthday presents, or as a last resort, I might even have to get the credit card out.

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I had not seen this site before - it's very impressive. Thanks for the info, and long live the revolution.
Officer Clancy is clearly a most efficient law agent, and I would not like to get on the wrong side of him. However, I am really looking for a classic English bobby - with round helmet, and perhaps even a truncheon.

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Hello All. I am looking for a photo of a bear dressed as a policeman for my website. I can't pay, but if you can supply me with one I can include a link back to your site, or mention your business, or just say thanks! - Phil.

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Of course, all bears should have names.

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Love from Blake (top right, in the hat), Alexander (the big one), Lucy (sitting on Alexander's lap - actually I'm a dog), Windy (the colourful one - I'm in charge), George (in the green scarf) and Professor Emerson (with the bow tie).

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I'm quite fond of elephants too. This is my mate Reg doing a spot of sunbathing:

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