Archive for ‘BEARS’

August 31, 2011

Four Day Mega Sale on ‘Bear Hug’ Tee Shirt and Prints

by Accidental Bear
Guess who is a fan.

 About the design:

The design is based on the old notion of a “bear hug,” or a big powerful embrace. Except, you know, from an actual bear. An actual bear who is probably angry because he smells your peanut butter sandwiches but can’t find any.

Who’s behind the design? Pigboy Tees is a t-shirt design collective that combines the talents of Matthew Parsons (Fanboy) and Chris McVeigh (Powerpig). Tees for geeks and geek lovers.  

  

‘Bear Hug’ is now up for sale on Nowherebad until Sept 4th.

Shirts are $12

Prints are $10

Both $20
They also have a Facebook page where they run competitions to win shirts/prints. Check it out – http://www.facebook.com/nowherebad


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August 30, 2011

Video: The Men of Friday Night Furlosophy are Back with “Things we JUST HATE!”

by Accidental Bear

The men from Friday Night Furlosophy have released a video spot lighting the things that just make their skin crawl, Things we JUST HATE! Watch I am sure you will be able to relate but your hands will be clean while these two do the dirty work.

www.fridaynightfurlosophy.com

“We could pretend to be all cerebral about it (at least Malcolm could) but it’s time for a good whinge (whine? whinge may be an Australian term). Jase and Mal (and several viewers from around the globe) chime in about Things They Just Hate.” FNF 

August 27, 2011

WoofTease: 119 Days Until Christmas

by Accidental Bear

 

Rodeo BEAR

Greetings bears, cubs, chasers, daddies, chubs, grizzlies, and any other forest creatures we failed to mention. We are WoofTEASE. It all began with an idea, we thought the bear world was ready for something new as opposed to the classical bear designs and slogans. After the first shirt was made and people began to notice, we realized that we weren’t the only ones who were thirsty for a creative change. wooftease.com

iPaw CUBSAngry BEARSSteakBalls

Coffee BEARBears FuckingBE/ARBoxing Bears
OttertudeLove BEARBear Curious?Big Bear
Tons more HERE

August 22, 2011

NEW: “Ask the Doctor” Part 3 Hep C & Fisting, STD Clinics, Increased Rates of STDs in Minorities Higher

by Accidental Bear

This finishes up our first round of questions for our “Ask the Doctor” web series. This section, part 3, focusses on Hep C, Gay Men’s Health Clinics & increased rates of STDs in Minorities Higher.

Out next round of questions coming soon!! Please send any questions you may have for the doctor to accidentalbear@gmail.com

 

August 20, 2011

COMIC: Bearmageddon

by Accidental Bear

 Check out what it’s all about bearmageddon.com 

Bearmageddon is a story about a few every-day twenty-somethings getting caught up in an all-out war on mankind by grizzly bears.  That’s all I’m going to say for now because I don’t want to spoil anything.

Bearmageddon is written, penciled and inked by Ethan Nicolle (Chumble Spuzz, Axe Cop) and colored by Noah Maas.  It is an online graphic novel, meaning it has an end in mind and will not go on indefinitely.  So enjoy the ride and feel free to send any inquiries to info@bearmageddon.com.

 

 

August 20, 2011

Bearotic Turns us on to Irish Musician Stephen Tunney

by Accidental Bear

We give big fuzzy bear hugs with an intense press of our pelvis to the web site Bearotic for bringing  Stephen Tunney to our attention.  Stephen Tunney, a 20 year old Irish bear cub has been crawling around on all fours trying to find place to lay his head. Through the outlet of music he has found a safe place in the bear community. The out come of this journey was his album In Search of Home with the band name Retreat From Moscow. Love it! We are going to do our best to get this one to talk with us here at Accidental Bear.

Stephen puts it best. From the horses mouth read on “This project (Retreat From Moscow) was the beginning of something I felt comfortable with and something I had complete control over. I began recording in late 2009 just as I started college. I bought a really cheap acoustic guitar and found a typically 80s casio keyboard in Spain and put together my old drum kit and that was it, I had all the ingredients to make a record. I was very secretive about the whole thing, releasing teaser excerpts online once in a while. I would spend weeks neglecting university and working on a song until I was satisfied with it. The software I use tells you how long you’ve spent recording a song and in some instances it was as a high as 35 hours on one track. This was because I had to record everything by myself, instrument by instrument and tweak everything accordingly in the mix. Honestly it took forever and it might not sound like the most polished piece of work but I couldn’t be happier with it or it’s naturally occurring warm sound.”

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August 18, 2011

Study: 96 Percent Of Humans Would Rather Be Animatronic Bear

by Accidental Bear

Would you chose fake life over real life? Being covered in fur and wearing comfy overalls and a big floppy hat’s does have its appeal. Mike Enders

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—The University of Virginia published the results of an extensive 18-month study Wednesday revealing that 96 percent of human beings across the planet would strongly prefer to be a singing, dancing animatronic bear.

The UVA researchers, who conducted thousands of surveys with residents of 196 different countries, discovered that despite belonging to diverse socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, and age groups, nearly all respondents said their ideal existence would involve being an animatronic bear wearing comfy overalls and a big floppy hat.

“While analyzing the collected data, we found that an overwhelming number of participants claimed the carefree, down-home life of a robotic bear was far more appealing than their own lives,” said Professor Daniel Vaughn, who led the study. “Most expressed a conviction that nothing would be more enjoyable than sitting on a plastic log, strumming a banjo, and singing songs on stage with their goofy animatronic bear friends.” MORE @ www.theonion.com

August 17, 2011

Video | Paul Smith Men’s Collection Autumn/Winter 2011

by Accidental Bear

“A video presenting Paul Smith’s awesome winter styles, like the silver down jackets, raw edge shirts and zip lapel jackets. An AW11 collection inspired by the individual style and work of legendary avant-garde musicians such as Frank Zappa, with a focus on tailoring and strong, extreme variations on the shirts, knits and outerwear.” Via Por Vocacao.

[vimeo 27201991 w=400 h=225]

 

 

 

August 16, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: Beard & Red Undies

by Accidental Bear

August 15, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day: Hairy Princess with Wand

by Accidental Bear

Source: avantbear

 

August 15, 2011

NEW Episode: “Ask the Doctor” Edition # 2: Ejaculations, Large Healthy Men, Daily Vitamins & Tanning

by Accidental Bear

This episode tackles the topics of Ejaculations, Large Health Men, Daily Vitamins & Tanning. Accidental Bear Website takes reader’s questions to Dr George Forgan-Smith from The Healthy Bear Website to get some answers.

August 13, 2011

Whiskey Waxing Competition: Beard & Mustache Extravaganza in San Francisco’s North Beach 8/15

by Accidental Bear

Accidental Bear’s Mike Enders will be one of the three judges Monday evening for the competition portion of the evening. Not to be missed.

 

 Live Barbershop Quartet!!!

At Comstock Saloon
Monday August 15, 2011
7 PM Registration
8 PM Competition

FACEBOOK PAGE

Welcome to the 2011 Whiskey Waxing Beard & Mustache Competition. Whiskey Waxing is a San Francisco Bay Area competition celebrating local hairy talent on the old Barbary Coast. Contestants judged on their form & ability to sip whiskey or tea. All sizes, shapes, and styles considered. It’s not the size of your sweep, but the shape of your broom!

August 13, 2011

All Eyes on Matthew Parsons’ T-shirt Art: ‘Bear Hug’ & ‘Don’t Care Bear’

by Accidental Bear

Bear Hug (Dark) T-Shirt  by Matthew Parsons

An Englishman living in Canada. Mathew Parsons is a dedicated fine art photography graduate who is passionate about imagery as a form of expression and communication. He spotlights and puts emphasis on self-challenge, within the realms of photography and video, to convey impressions, emotions and statements conclusively. He hopes that his work entertains and motivates others to think more. I always encourage and promote that.

Don't Care Bear (brown) by Matthew Parsons

For many more amazing designs go HERE

Caped Crusader  by Matthew Parsons

For more information and to get your filthy paws on these goods CLICK

Please email me: matt@matthewjamesparsons.com

August 11, 2011

Accidental Bear Kicks Off Video Series “Ask the Doctor” with The Healthy Bear’s Dr George

by Accidental Bear

Accidental Bear Website starts off its, “Ask the Doctor” web series and teamed up with Dr George Forgan-Smith from The Healthy Bear Website based in Melbourne Australia. The focus of discussions will be to answer questions pertaining to men’s health issues. This edition 1 topics: jock itch, sports drinks, top concerns for sexually active gay men and Toxoplasmosis relating HIV positive people and cats. Accidental Bear’s cat Goose make a special appearance at the end of video just in time for the readers question about cats. The cat knows his cue! Many more informative editions coming soon! Please send questions you have regarding men’s health issues, no matter how big or small and we’ll “Ask the Doctor.”

Personally connect with Dr George on Facebook and be sure to √ like.

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August 11, 2011

The Hill-Side Neckwear for Autumn/Winter 2011 Looks

by Accidental Bear

This is a new category for me, neckwear. The term makes me think of being a child with a cold, and having Vicks Vapor Rub spread all over my chest and my mother tying a bandana (neckwear) around my neck and tucking me away. Anyone else?

 

The Hill-Side neckwear brand for their Autumn/Winter 2011 run: neckties, scarves and  feature a handful of familiar faces. “We handed off the new collection of ties, scarves, and handkerchiefs to Mikael so he could carry it with him as he traveled around the country photographing friends and new people who crossed his path…” said The Hill-Side.