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Going to start this weeks Unconditional Hugs update by answering this persistent question. Why is Tristan larger when he hugs his boy? Go To Bed! I hope you like it because the next set of comic strips are going to take Unconditional Hugs in a very strange direction. What is happening?
Rupert Bear is a children's comic strip character featured in a series of books based around his adventures. The character was created by the English artist Mary Tourtel and first appeared in the Daily Express on 8 November Rupert's initial purpose was to grab sales from the rival Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. Since then he has become significant to children's culture in the United Kingdom.
Ma and Pa Bear and their young son Teddy later called Ted were three anthropomorphic bears who lived in a setting loosely based on the American Wild West. They were lazy and gluttonous, and lived in a cave upon a hill. Most storylines revolved around their attempts to steal "grub" from the local storekeeper Hank who often shoots at the Three Bears with his blunderbuss for trying to rob him.