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    For the record this is just kind of a sarcastic joke... thing.

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    I don't see what's so important about the possibility of extraterrestrial life. It's just more people to declare war on.

    EVERYONE PLZ CONTINUE TO UPLOAD INFINITE AMOUNT OF PICS OF "CUTE" CATS AND PUPPIES. YOU KNOW WE GIVE A SHIT!!

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    *shields POLR and runs for the door*
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    These are the carebears:



    These are the carebears after years of crack use and promiscuous inbreeding:




    Moral of the story: Crack and siblings do not mix!

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    is this supposed to be appealing to e, s, f, or p types?
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    I got the joke, if that means anything to you Sycophant. How could you vi the bears? They all look the same and appear genderless. Maybe they are all unixes which causes them to have unusual special abilities... hmmm

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    Thanks, Syco, they are absolutely loveable, disarming

    One thing...How come they are so famous, I mean are they some characters or smth, I've never heard about them so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gugu_ baba
    Thanks, Syco, they are absolutely loveable, disarming

    One thing...How come they are so famous, I mean are they some characters or smth, I've never heard about them so far?
    How old are you?

    Care Bears were big when I was very small.

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    well I'm 20, maybe I don't remember them =p

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    Theyre making a commercial come back.

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    I wasn't allowed to watch the Care Bears.
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    Oh good, so there's even a cartoon with them? hmm.. I used to watch tv a lot as a kid, but I don't remember the Care Bears...

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    and movies. and stickers. and toys. and clothes. and... and ... and ... slightly annoying but at least with a less puritanical perspective than most kid stuff.

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    What about this guy:

    He is called Bamse, which means something like "big guy" (for undisclosed reasons).

    He is very politically correct (according to Swedish standards), always emphasizing that "no one ever becomes a better person through corporal punishment".

    He doesn't like violence, but sometimes he has to deal with crooks of various sorts and then he eats "thunder-honey" which makes him super-strong. (His grandmother cooks it up in her drug lab.)

    He is a loving father and husband.

    His best friends include a rabbit who has a nervous disposition and who always neds to overcome his fear in order to help Bamse save the day (for instance, by fetching thunderhoney), as well as a tortoise inventor who rigidly follows his "sleep-and-eat" watch, which has an alarm that sounds at the most inappropriate occasions.

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    @edanius: WOW I know Bamse. I still keep a book with him from when I was a kid. Is he a Swedish character? Or who invented such story?

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    Yeah, he's the No. 1 domestic cartoon here

    Although most readers are probably between 5 and 10, I actually have a 25-year old friend who has a subscription! Since he is my only gay acquaintance, I can only presume that all Swedish gay men read Bamse...

    I didn't know there were any translations, that's cool! However, I believe our ex-prime minister gave a Bamse tie to Clinton. It woulda been cool if he used it for tying up Ms Lewinsky, but I guess we'll never know...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bamse

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    thanks ...yeah I got lucky I guess, my ISFp mom would spent all the money to buy me every new stories for kids. I still keep piles of them. Bamse was one of my faveourite, though little did I know where it came from =) eh...yeah i miss those happy childhood days...

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    I know Bamse too. He is ENFp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edanius


    What about this guy:
    I don't remember Care Bears but I do remember this guy He is the WORLD'S STRONGEST BEAR of course. He can pwn Care Bears any day.


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    It seems Care Bears are actually coming from TV as a rerun! Now I can watch them They have a stupid Finnish name though ("Halinallet") which means more like Hug/Huggy/Hugging Bears or something.



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