If Duckbear came to your house and told you to stop squishing bugs to your face

#31Melon_MasterPosted 8/20/2014 3:25:19 PMmessage detail
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holy **** who told duckbear he could talk?


He used to post a lot. :P So this isn't an oddity; at least too me..
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#32sonicbnPosted 8/20/2014 4:25:43 PMmessage detail
i got bigger problems on my mind
first, how did he find out where i live.
second, why am i squishing bugs on my face.
third, after all thats over, see if he wants to play a game of mario party 2
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#33Full ThrottlePosted 8/20/2014 4:28:12 PMmessage detail
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lol well i'm sure you'll want him to start liking more boy oriented things when he's older so i dont hold it against you if he grows out of this phase sooner or later..but you know what they say about all disney characters. theirs always a place for them in our hearts :p

http://fermat.unh.edu/~aja237/IMAGES/heartspooh.gif


True lol, but I do have a soft spot for Winnie the Pooh. It's one of the reasons I have him my baby Pooh doll I've kept over the years heh. :x
My dad did something similar with me giving me his first toy bear, but whether unintentional or a lack of empathy.. my mom gave him away to charity. :/


i have a plush pooh too!...actually several lmao...my sister does the same with her kids where she would pass down her favourite plushes to her kids so i guess you're doing the same with yours. it's unfortunate that your mom gave away your favourite toy...that's why if you intend on keeping something from your childhood, take it with you so that they don't donate it thinking you don't want it anymore as they're obviously going to donate things that clutter up space :/
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#34Melon_MasterPosted 8/20/2014 9:09:05 PMmessage detail
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lol well i'm sure you'll want him to start liking more boy oriented things when he's older so i dont hold it against you if he grows out of this phase sooner or later..but you know what they say about all disney characters. theirs always a place for them in our hearts :p

http://fermat.unh.edu/~aja237/IMAGES/heartspooh.gif


True lol, but I do have a soft spot for Winnie the Pooh. It's one of the reasons I have him my baby Pooh doll I've kept over the years heh. :x
My dad did something similar with me giving me his first toy bear, but whether unintentional or a lack of empathy.. my mom gave him away to charity. :/


i have a plush pooh too!...actually several lmao...my sister does the same with her kids where she would pass down her favourite plushes to her kids so i guess you're doing the same with yours. it's unfortunate that your mom gave away your favourite toy...that's why if you intend on keeping something from your childhood, take it with you so that they don't donate it thinking you don't want it anymore as they're obviously going to donate things that clutter up space :/


heh You collect them? :O There is a round Piglet plush that we got during a trip too Disneyland, that my wife calls Petunia, that she says is his best friend lol.
But I did learn my lesson of taking anything I want kept. >__< Still, my mom did get some heat from my sister for a while regarding it though.

Here's the Pooh (Well it's not actually him lol, but I don't want to wake my son up): http://www.my-family-fun.com/pictures/my-first-winnie-the-pooh-babies-plush-disney-2.jpg

Also, here's a picture of the jumper/layette (I think that's the word), my wife got him heh: http://cdn3.disneybaby.com/images/2014/01/pooh-layette-1800.jpg
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#35Full ThrottlePosted 8/20/2014 11:35:23 PMmessage detail
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lol well i'm sure you'll want him to start liking more boy oriented things when he's older so i dont hold it against you if he grows out of this phase sooner or later..but you know what they say about all disney characters. theirs always a place for them in our hearts :p

http://fermat.unh.edu/~aja237/IMAGES/heartspooh.gif


True lol, but I do have a soft spot for Winnie the Pooh. It's one of the reasons I have him my baby Pooh doll I've kept over the years heh. :x
My dad did something similar with me giving me his first toy bear, but whether unintentional or a lack of empathy.. my mom gave him away to charity. :/


i have a plush pooh too!...actually several lmao...my sister does the same with her kids where she would pass down her favourite plushes to her kids so i guess you're doing the same with yours. it's unfortunate that your mom gave away your favourite toy...that's why if you intend on keeping something from your childhood, take it with you so that they don't donate it thinking you don't want it anymore as they're obviously going to donate things that clutter up space :/


heh You collect them? :O There is a round Piglet plush that we got during a trip too Disneyland, that my wife calls Petunia, that she says is his best friend lol.
But I did learn my lesson of taking anything I want kept. >__< Still, my mom did get some heat from my sister for a while regarding it though.

Here's the Pooh (Well it's not actually him lol, but I don't want to wake my son up): http://www.my-family-fun.com/pictures/my-first-winnie-the-pooh-babies-plush-disney-2.jpg

Also, here's a picture of the jumper/layette (I think that's the word), my wife got him heh: http://cdn3.disneybaby.com/images/2014/01/pooh-layette-1800.jpg


well i don't collect them like a hobby but i had several of them given to me and i've never dumped them lol. petunia?...that sounds like a name from a tv show that i heard of a long time ago. piglet is a popular too given that he's always afraid of everything heh. http://24.media.tumblr.com/721f93b178342ca3a56fac1253c1495a/tumblr_n1lbr0O9QN1snrmeao3_500.gif

i wouldn't be surprised if your mom got beef from your sister if she ever tossed something away that she wanted...they're basically memories that you just don't want to get rid of.

ah, that's the pooh shirt i see at sears often lol...i'm glad he's wearing that one and not that woody one that's popular with boys :0 the shirt i mean. but this plush pooh i've never seen before..at least not with the one holding a smaller blue one. i've always wanted this kind of baby pooh but the one i have look like this http://cdn2.disneybaby.com/images/2012/08/pooh-plush-disney-baby-photo-1800x1800-dcp-201995.jpg

i like bumblebee pooh the best though http://www.winniethepoohcollection.com/images/beecollection.jpg :p
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#36Melon_MasterPosted 8/21/2014 2:54:51 PMmessage detail
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well i don't collect them like a hobby but i had several of them given to me and i've never dumped them lol. petunia?...that sounds like a name from a tv show that i heard of a long time ago. piglet is a popular too given that he's always afraid of everything heh. http://24.media.tumblr.com/721f93b178342ca3a56fac1253c1495a/tumblr_n1lbr0O9QN1snrmeao3_500.gif

i wouldn't be surprised if your mom got beef from your sister if she ever tossed something away that she wanted...they're basically memories that you just don't want to get rid of.

ah, that's the pooh shirt i see at sears often lol...i'm glad he's wearing that one and not that woody one that's popular with boys :0 the shirt i mean. but this plush pooh i've never seen before..at least not with the one holding a smaller blue one. i've always wanted this kind of baby pooh but the one i have look like this http://cdn2.disneybaby.com/images/2012/08/pooh-plush-disney-baby-photo-1800x1800-dcp-201995.jpg

i like bumblebee pooh the best though http://www.winniethepoohcollection.com/images/beecollection.jpg :p


heh Well, I know the feeling then, as I don't get rid of toy's or gifts like this given to me either. :x Still, I don't really question her naming process, she just loves to give things names (Lipsticks and chap-sticks included). She even gives them bizarre personalities lol.. >__<
But my mom is extremely careful when it comes to throwing away anything of ours now, so I suppose that's good heh.
I'm shocked to hear that you saw it at Sear's? :O My wife bought it, assuming it wasn't going to be in stores. Well, here's to hoping that it wasn't much of a price difference lol.
As for his clothes.. I don't get a lot of say in the purchases since she's the more fashionable of us, but she has the tendency to buy strange baby clothes; like a hoodie that looks like a panda and a weird scarf with baby pandas on it. :x So I get the feeling she would prefer having a daughter next lol.
But the baby Pooh he has, does seem to be uncommon now that you mention it. I suppose that makes it a little more special heh. But damn, there's a ton of different sized bumblebee Pooh's. 0_o I suppose it makes more sense than the snail Winnie the Pooh charm that my wife has on her keychain though lol.
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#37Full ThrottlePosted 8/21/2014 6:22:44 PMmessage detail
I don't think it's bad to name them but technically these characters already have names lol so that's why ithought it was odd to name it something else..if it was a generic animal, it would be different but it's a disney animal afterall. the personality thing though..i don't know..that's getting a little too twilight zone for me lmao..especially when they already have personalities :p

Yeah these clothes you can find at sears cause i don't think these disney ones i saw were actually made by disney....at least i don't think so. i'm sure whatever you paid for was fine, there isn't going to be much price discrepancies.

mothers tend to buy odd clothing for their babies lol so it's not unusual..i'm sure you'll have your say in what he should do as he gets older but for the adolescent stages, i'm sure she's in the driver's seat for fashion.

that baby pooh is rare in Canada at least cause i've never seen that kind..we always have the old looking pooh's so i don't know if it's common in the states but if it isn't then you should definitely keep it!. i'm sure there's several different sizes of bumble bee pooh's but the bigger, the better imo lol. that snail winnie the pooh though..i've never seen that before..kind of odd to see a snail pooh lmao
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#38Dan0429Posted 8/21/2014 6:24:25 PMmessage detail
Yes. I'd also call him a liberal vegetarian animal rights activist.
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#39Melon_MasterPosted 8/23/2014 4:43:12 PMmessage detail
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I don't think it's bad to name them but technically these characters already have names lol so that's why ithought it was odd to name it something else..if it was a generic animal, it would be different but it's a disney animal afterall. the personality thing though..i don't know..that's getting a little too twilight zone for me lmao..especially when they already have personalities :p

Yeah these clothes you can find at sears cause i don't think these disney ones i saw were actually made by disney....at least i don't think so. i'm sure whatever you paid for was fine, there isn't going to be much price discrepancies.

mothers tend to buy odd clothing for their babies lol so it's not unusual..i'm sure you'll have your say in what he should do as he gets older but for the adolescent stages, i'm sure she's in the driver's seat for fashion.

that baby pooh is rare in Canada at least cause i've never seen that kind..we always have the old looking pooh's so i don't know if it's common in the states but if it isn't then you should definitely keep it!. i'm sure there's several different sizes of bumble bee pooh's but the bigger, the better imo lol. that snail winnie the pooh though..i've never seen that before..kind of odd to see a snail pooh lmao


lol I made that argument, but she said she wanted to personalize it and she thought it was cuter. She even nicknamed my dog and cat, so I suppose that's one more reason I'm not too shocked. XD
As for the clothes, I'm sure you're right about that and I'd hate to get her started on seeing the differences in cost; along with all the stress of hearing her returns efforts. >___< I also agree wholeheartedly on the remarks on having a say in her fashion purchases at this age lol. I know not to even approach the subject.. though the more unique choices do get second glaces from strangers lol.
But he does seem unique in even the eBay sales.. most have a bathrobe like texture or appearance, but he is completely smooth looking fabric. :/ So he might be one of the originals of the look, as he was bought a while back. But I did make the mistake of showing my wife all the bumblebee Pooh's.. :x Here's hoping she won't buy more dolls for the babies room.
I also agree on the snail Pooh, when she got it from a vending machine, I was thinking, "What the f***, a snail??", but she was estatic.. so oh well, as long as she likes it heh.
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#40Full ThrottlePosted 8/24/2014 11:21:31 PMmessage detail
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I don't think it's bad to name them but technically these characters already have names lol so that's why ithought it was odd to name it something else..if it was a generic animal, it would be different but it's a disney animal afterall. the personality thing though..i don't know..that's getting a little too twilight zone for me lmao..especially when they already have personalities :p

Yeah these clothes you can find at sears cause i don't think these disney ones i saw were actually made by disney....at least i don't think so. i'm sure whatever you paid for was fine, there isn't going to be much price discrepancies.

mothers tend to buy odd clothing for their babies lol so it's not unusual..i'm sure you'll have your say in what he should do as he gets older but for the adolescent stages, i'm sure she's in the driver's seat for fashion.

that baby pooh is rare in Canada at least cause i've never seen that kind..we always have the old looking pooh's so i don't know if it's common in the states but if it isn't then you should definitely keep it!. i'm sure there's several different sizes of bumble bee pooh's but the bigger, the better imo lol. that snail winnie the pooh though..i've never seen that before..kind of odd to see a snail pooh lmao


lol I made that argument, but she said she wanted to personalize it and she thought it was cuter. She even nicknamed my dog and cat, so I suppose that's one more reason I'm not too shocked. XD
As for the clothes, I'm sure you're right about that and I'd hate to get her started on seeing the differences in cost; along with all the stress of hearing her returns efforts. >___< I also agree wholeheartedly on the remarks on having a say in her fashion purchases at this age lol. I know not to even approach the subject.. though the more unique choices do get second glaces from strangers lol.
But he does seem unique in even the eBay sales.. most have a bathrobe like texture or appearance, but he is completely smooth looking fabric. :/ So he might be one of the originals of the look, as he was bought a while back. But I did make the mistake of showing my wife all the bumblebee Pooh's.. :x Here's hoping she won't buy more dolls for the babies room.
I also agree on the snail Pooh, when she got it from a vending machine, I was thinking, "What the f***, a snail??", but she was estatic.. so oh well, as long as she likes it heh.


i guess personalizing your animal characters would make the stuffed toys more realistic..as bizarre as that is lol. i think naming your pet dog or cat with those isn't as weird since they can respond back.

there's also a saying that women love to baby their babies more than fathers because they're they're the cutest at that stage before they can talk lol..so i think giving her responsibility of buying baby clothes is expected. especially if she took time off to care for the baby as i'm sure she made a strong connection with him already.

actually that's true, sometimes the design of pooh changes periodically because some don't sell compared to others and if you don't see yours anywhere then it may have been discontinued in favour of these generic style poohs too. lol i think having one bumblebee pooh won't be so bad..you can have it to start a collection. who knows, she might dress him up as a bumblebee for halloween lol :p

i'm just amazed that there's many variants of pooh that the snail boggles my mind...i tried to search for it but nothing shows up so that's definitely a rarity. hopefully you don't put these all through charity one day...they might be worth something in the future!
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