Why is it that ladies never grow out of keeping Teddy Bears?
Even at my age, I still have a little “sunshine bear” next to my Laptop.
Because there's a little bit of girl in every woman in such a divine way... Something about teddy bears we just can't seem to ignore.. They're soft, and beautiful. So we'll go on keeping them close, and dear.
Why do I still have my Hornby 00 electric train set, Denbigh Castle? :-)
It is soft, cute, lovable, does not complain, does not dictate, does not run behind another teddy, always available within arm's reach, does not stink, does not mess, does not advise, does not channel-surf TV..... To put it short, it does not behave like a husband!
Teddy bears are a remnant of innocence, those times in life they were safe and secure, why let that go? Her, have a bear on me!
I am not sure, but i should really know because I am only 10 years old. I don't sleep with my teddy bear any more, but i have over 100 teddy bear altogether! I guess it is just because they are so lovable and are beautiful to look at.(more beautiful than most woman and men out there!)
I never actually liked teddy bears I liked toy cars more guess I was a tom boy
I guess ladies always love to hug and be hugged in return. When there is no one to hug, you hug a teddy instead. It's sort of like a security blanket too I guess.
That was why I went craze looking at the cute teddies in Seoul's Teddy Bear Museum.
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