Funny Teddy Bear Pictures
Will and Guy's Amusing Teddy Bear Pictures
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
The above teddy bear cloud reminds me of the following famous William Wordsworth poem.
Apparently all geniuses day dream. Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein got their insights from day dreaming. Personally, I am with Archimedes, my eureka moments come in the bath. See more about Lenticular Clouds.
Every crowd has a silver lining. Phineas Taylor Barnum
My mind was miles away ....... the closest it has ever been for decades.
Incidentally there are 433 references in Google to a poem entitled: 'I wOndered lonely as a cloud' . While I am not an English Literature specialist, I have it from an Emeritus Professor of Swansea University that I wAndered is the correct version. Wordsworth intended the verb to mean roam and not mean ponder.
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Continuous as the stars that shine
The waves beside them danced ; but they
For oft, when on my couch I lie
By William Wordsworth
This amusing teddy picture made Guy cry, and Will laugh!
Five Funny Teddy Bear One-Liners
Life's Not Always a Picnic
A teddy bear is working on a building site. He goes for a tea break and when he returns he notices his pick has been stolen.
The bear is angry and reports the theft to the foreman. The foreman grins at the bear and says "Oh, I forgot to tell you, today's the day the teddy bears have their pick nicked."
Please, have you seen a teddy?
It's only a baggy old plaything,
He is somebody's very best friend
Searched for in all sorts of places,
We found other things he had lost,
I've asked every one of our neighbours,
Please look in your shed and pet's basket,
Toby is Joy's 3 yr old disabled grandson.
We think this is a genuine Teddy Bear picture - what do you think?
Protective Cat Pictured With His Teddy
Knut - The Famous Polar Bear
In his time Knut was the world's most famous polar bear. We see him here as playful as usual. On the very day this photo was taken in the Berlin Zoo, the two millionth visitor came to see him. Doubtless, the zoo does a roaring trade in Knut style 'Teddy Bears'.
Sad Update - Knut loses cuddliness
The problem is that Knut is loosing his cuddliness and started to maul other animals or even his faithful keeper. Meanwhile, humans are turning on other humans. After a board meeting, the zoo has lost Gerald Uhlich, its finance director, who is credited with turning Knut into the most famous polar bear in the world. The move could mark the beginning of the end of the Cult of Knut.
Mr Uhlich positioned Knut as a mascot for the climate protection movement, the symbol of a species threatened by melting ice-caps. The bear even made it on to the cover of Vanity Fair with Leonardo DiCaprio and an iceberg or two. Some zoologists have been warning that the Knut cult should end, above all because there was a distinct trend in the media to humanise the bear.
Knut was one year old on 5th December 2007 and now that he ways more than 280lbs his keeper can no longer go in and play with him as he did when he was a cub.
Knut 2 - Snowflake?
What happened was that in captivity at least one mother bear has killed her cubs. Some say it's because they were sickly, others say it's due the unnatural surrounding of captivity.
Zoo keepers are facing a dilemma, they want polar bear mothers to raise their cubs themselves, but they feel they cannot sit back and do nothing if the mothers wantonly kill their cubs as a bear called Vilma killed her two cubs.
The latest bear mother in the Berlin zoo is Vera. She has been acting suspiciously with her cub and keepers fear that she will harm it. It seems that Vera has been dropping her baby on the rock in a none too gentle manner. Consequently, the keepers are hand raising this cub which some have named 'Snowflake'.
Snowflake, like Knut was born in December (one year later), and like Knut is rapidly becoming the center of attention.
Knut at the age of 2 years [December 2008]. Less cuddly than before but still loved by his millions of fans!
Knut: May 2009
He remains located at Berlin Zoo and is the subject of a claim from another zoo in northern Germany. It is established that his presence in the Berlin Zoo has increased their visitor numbers.
Knut's fame is estimated to have brought in revenues of roughly six million Euros [$8,506,268 USD] through merchandising.
Very sad news
Knut the polar bear, who became world famous after he was hand-reared by
keepers after his mother rejected him, has died at the age of four. A
spokesman for Berlin zoo, where Knut was kept, said the bear was found
floating in the pool inside his enclosure.
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