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sionnach commented on the word bizarre ursine confectionery dispenser diorama
I know that there is an important lesson to be drawn somewhere from the developments that unfolded from this simple beginning, just a short month ago.
I just don't know what it is.
April 5, 2009
bilby commented on the word bizarre ursine confectionery dispenser diorama
February 24, 2009
chained_bear commented on the word bizarre ursine confectionery dispenser diorama
Well, annual tappen or no, I do wear a tiara.
reesetee commented on the word bizarre ursine confectionery dispenser diorama
So what are you--the tappen hoarder of the universe? Don't you think other bears might...you know...?
Geez. Such a princess.
And I quote:
"about 22 hours ago reesetee said:
Wow. Tappen candy?"
Sionnach, I think reesetee is a buoy.
A gull? I'd rather be an albatross.
I will just go on record here with my belief that, ursine rectal obsession or not, I still think that reesetee is a gull.
Excuse me? I showed no such thing!
no worries, foxy. I thought it was hilarious, actually, but couldn't resist the humor in having a line on this page read (particularly after reesetee showed his obsession with my rectum again): "chained_bear said: *sigh*".
P.S. "Rectum? Damn near killed 'em!" *rimshot*
If it's any consolation, it did help me while away a happy half hour last night.
I know. I should get a life. But where?
The tappen is not produced to stop small animals going up the bear's backside, but its presence helps to prevent it.
February 23, 2009
Wow. Tappen candy?
Peregrinus, expectavi pedes meos in cymbalis.
plethora commented on the word bizarre ursine confectionery dispenser diorama
I think the bear is plastic.
But which does one eat first? The bear or the, er, globules?
Well, like so much else in life, this seemed a lot more hilarious in the store. Put it down to being stranded 6000 miles from home. Sundays get kind of boring in a strange city.
I need hardly add that photographic evidence will be provided, as soon as I can manage to stop chortling with glee and get to arranging the various diorama elements and lighting appropriately.
It may take a little while, since I am more convulsing with glee than chortling.
But it will be worth your while to check back.
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