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Drama Bear Returns


Remember Drama Bear? http://satwcomic.com/drama-bear
It will keep causing drama for as long as it lives. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/10/beer-drinking-bears-trash-cabin_n_1764808.html

Sorry about all the one panel comics. I'm not feeling well and have a lot to do, so you'll have to put up with a few week more. Sorry again.


7th September 2012

Tagged in Bear Norway

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22 days ago #9445931        
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...I guess Norway didn't notice the fact that his house was now missing one of its walls?



7 months ago #9381293        
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Brown bear's more practical as a mascot as he does not show dirt like a white bear.



10 months ago #9342848        
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Brown bear is so adoreable! Why would Norway choose a polar bear over brown bear?



12 months ago #9329256        
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Aww poor bear



12 months ago #9327939        
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its always snow on our sweaters



2 years ago #9194730        
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@AmericanGentleman

"Not to barge in on the conversation, but while I was at a butchery the guy told me about bear meat."

I don't know how this is barging in at all. The other conversation had ended.

But yeah, that makes a LOT of sense.



2 years ago #9190964        
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@FrankHarr Not to barge in on the conversation, but while I was at a butchery the guy told me about bear meat. He said he was soaked in fat, and there was 6-7 inches of fat on top of the back.



2 years ago #9114635        
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@Bloodblender

"I see. Well, I cant blame the bear for being angry."

Me, neither.



2 years ago #9110736        
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@FrankHarr
I see. Well, I cant blame the bear for being angry.



2 years ago #9109121        
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@Bloodblender

I'm down with all of that. There's no way to know any more. All we can be certain about is the Lewis and Clark and their men reported that the bear was hard to bring down and ANGRY.



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