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  • #16
    Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
    The huge Bears have these features.

    1. Small head compared to the rest of the body.

    2. A short snout.

    3. Long body.

    4. Hanging belly

    5. High Rump

    6. Short ears

    7. Push in face.

    8. Fat butt

    9. Wide legs to hold the weight
    Thanks for the help everyone.
    Gary, so you think that 2nd bear photo is different from the bear in the first one? I couldn’t really tell. It looks bigger in the photo, but they’re not the best photos, and since they were only 7 minutes apart I figured it was the same one

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    • #17
      A couple more angles if it helps any
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
        The huge Bears have these features.

        1. Small head compared to the rest of the body.

        2. A short snout.

        3. Long body.

        4. Hanging belly

        5. High Rump

        6. Short ears

        7. Push in face.

        8. Fat butt

        9. Wide legs to hold the weight
        Big>G You just DESCRIBED most of the Woman working for the IRS.....that's not good!!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Gary Devine View Post
          The huge Bears have these features.

          1. Small head compared to the rest of the body.

          2. A short snout.

          3. Long body.

          4. Hanging belly

          5. High Rump

          6. Short ears

          7. Push in face.

          8. Fat butt

          9. Wide legs to hold the weight
          Tree LMAO, if you were using your birth name, instead of a anonymous user name, you would never insult the IRS women.
          You would audited every year. ??? LOL

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