Teddy Bear

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Teddy Bear

Cuddly pet or best friend, the trusty bedside guard is super cute and mega customisable. Print designs, slogans and photos on him to endear him to big and small people’s hearts.
  • Sewn-on button eyes made of synthetic material
  • Cuddly and soft plush coat
  • Height, sitting: 20cm (incl. ears)
  • Weight: 77g
  • Fabrics: 100% polyester

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Aegvitas
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Aegvitas
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If nothing does - reboot
Tags: reboot, program (what you do), address, noob, local host, laptop, freak, computer, PC, computer science, geek, Professional, restarted, Gamer, nerd, Internet, Online, notebook

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