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# I had one of those when I was about 7
can't remember what it was called though
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 11:56, archived)
# Robert Webb.
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 11:56, archived)
# they were a bit of a fad at my primary school
but i never had one
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 11:58, archived)
# Are you two actually saying
that such bears exist?
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:00, archived)
# yes
it was a toy from the 80s that looked almost identical to that and had a tiny hole in its bottom jaw so you could stick your finger in and pretend it was talking.
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:02, archived)
# Really? Seriously?
*boggles* Erm. This idea came from a free jazz programme I watched back in the 90s, whilst drunk, with a mate. We swore and cackled for ages when the double-bass player scatted (not that kind you dirty peoples) and said "Grippy the bear" at one point. I had no idea that... these things existed. Cor. I could've made a mint.
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:05, archived)
# Somewhere in the house
I have a little toy Koala that grips to objects with all four legs.
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:11, archived)
# I too own one of these
wearing a sombrero, 'though I know not for why.
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:13, archived)
# To keep the flies out of his naked exposed brain
of course.
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:17, archived)
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:00, archived)
# that they were a fad
or that i didn't have one?
(, Thu 5 Jul 2007, 12:16, archived)