Posted on January 18, 2023
Teddy is also a name, a shortened version of Edward, Theodore or Theodora. Apparently, this didn’t occur to the Cambridge Scholars. Can you use it in a sentence? Entertain me…~Vic
“My poor Teddy Bear is falling apart from too much love.”
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Hey Teddy, my Teddy is wearing a teddy today!
LOL! Good job!
Ready, Teddy, go!
I like it!
My poor teddy is falling apart from too much love.
We are a teddy that is well over 100 years old. It’s so fragile we can’t touch it. It’s looks a right mess
Fragile seems to be a theme, here.
Good ones above! Ted (the movie) popped into my mind with all this, lol. I’m so tired I feel silly hehe.
John asked the teacher, “How do you spell Teddy Bear?”
I would frustrate teachers to no end if I didn’t know how to use a word in a sentence…I would go to that every time!
I remember my Teddy Bear long long ago….or was it last week?
Ha! In your case, your Teddy Bear was from long, long ago and is still around…somewhere.
I’ve had various bears over the years but, preferred my stuffed Volkswagen (I’d love to have that back). Now, I am attached to my stuffed dragon.
I did have one way back and I remember his eyes were so hard…. His nose would come off until mom would repair him because a new one would not do.
Yeah. Replacements won’t work…until a new attachment forms.
Yea I’m like that now… give me the original.
I hear ya!
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