Some holidays need no introduction.
(submitted by Diane)
Wow, I have a picture with this thing when I’m about 4 but never knew the context. My parents had no recollection. I did indeed live in Portland at the time (early 80s), and now I know I was not alone.
Only YOU can prevent anaphylaxis.
Yes! The Cinnamon Bear used to come to Sunset Preschool in Portland, OR every year! We have a bunch of similar pictures in my family and each kid had a little felt cinnamon bear with googley eyes and a ribbon around its neck 🙂
Shouldn’t the mascot’s name be “Allergic-to-Cinnamon Bear”?
Sausage Lips the bear.
I am laughing my ass off.. good one!
Look! it’s Botox the Bear. Remember kids that a little botulinum toxin in the lips never hurt anyone.
Totally the Cinnamon Bear! He gave out these really awesome cookies – Once I went back by the store freight elevator to get a drink from the water fountain and Cinnamon Bear came out of the “Employees Only” door very quickly- it scared me so bad I screamed and spit water all over him.
OMG!!! Is that Eddie Van Halen????
When a Ewok meets a Mogwai comin’ thro the rye . . . don’t feed them after midnight.
It appears to be a Christmas portrait, so I wonder if that’s just a very bad Gizmo, from the movie “Gremlins.”
Its the cinnamon bear!!! Anyone that grew up in Portland, OR in the late 70’s- mid 80’s saw this guy every Christmas season!!!
Mother and kids appear to be very tired. Maybe they were too worn out to notice the critter behind them.
the mother looks frazzled, but why those kids aren’t all screaming because of that thing behind them is beyond me…
This must be Horrible Nightmare Day. And this is “Never Sleep Again” Bear!! ….SCARY
Isn’t it an Ewok?
This is terrifying on a number of levels.
OMG! That’s Cinnamon Bear!
Hahahaha if Santa wasn’t able to be there..the least he could do was send a decent replacement.This ”thing” looks like it’s lips are made of sausages.
Oatmeal cookie bear.
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