Giveaway! Win a copy of Ted on DVD

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Giveaway! Win a copy of Ted on DVD



When I was young I had a Peter Rabbit that I loved. Thankfully I never wished for him to come alive.
Starring Mark Wahlberg, Ted tells the story of a boy who made that wish and now as a grown up has a bear following him around. I have a copy of Ted to giveaway to one of my readers. Please complete the rafflecopter below and be sure to read the terms and conditions. Over 18's and UK entry only. Good luck!



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182 comments:

  1. Teddy...I know :o)

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  2. Like the previous poster, it was Teddy...not very original I know! lol

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  3. Paddington - I had a Paddington Bear (still have it too!)

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  4. mine was called samantha...x

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  5. A rabbit called Lucy!

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  6. a rag doll called amy

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  7. A doll called Dollis as I couldn't say doll properly!

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  8. Delilah Reviewsx2 November 2013 at 21:26

    I had a monkey called Ringwood, he was named after the pub my father wet my head in. I loved him.

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  9. A scottie dog called Hamish

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  10. An invisible friend called Simeon...

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  11. spot the dog

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  12. jasper the dog

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  13. Hazel Christopher3 November 2013 at 02:11

    "No" - he was a little puppy and I remember asking him if he wanted to be called various names, he kept saying "No" (in my head) to each name, so I called him "No" :)

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  14. I had a bugs bunny that you pulled a string and he said "what up doc"

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  15. katrina day-reilly3 November 2013 at 09:14

    hecter

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  16. I had a bear (still have it) that was my fave but I never named him

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  17. Lotso Strawberry Bear!

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  18. i had a teddy-bear that sucked his thumb. i called him thumkin.

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  19. Harpey. He was supposed to be called Puppy, but a nurse during a hospital stay misheard, and gave him a tag that said Harpey and it stuck!

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  20. Talking Alf toy

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  21. Rainbow brite! I love how colourful she was!

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  22. Hilda Hazel Wright3 November 2013 at 13:41

    Sula, it was a seal! I have no idea where he came from or why I picked the name!

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  23. Red Ted and Yellow Dog: they were a team so I can't mention one without the other!

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  24. nina, after my baby sitter lol

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  25. i had a polar bear i loved

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  26. Baby, it was a rag doll.

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  27. julie e henderson3 November 2013 at 18:25

    a cuddly dog named nicky (after my great aunts poodle)

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  28. I had a favourite brown teddy bear (just like Ted) and doll, and use to marry them almost everyday and have a tea party. I've still got them 35 years on.

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  29. it was a toy duck that i've had since i was born and when i was old enough to talk i creatively names him "ducky"

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  30. Leo the lion

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  31. I had a teddy called mother :/

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  32. I had a teddy in pyjamas that I called sleepy ted and he sang to me and blushed :)

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  33. stuffed bulldog called bully

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  34. Ermentrude (an elephant) - given to me in my cot by my grandad

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  35. I can't remember what it was called. It was a pink rabbit teddy and I never went to bed without it.

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  36. woody the woodpecker toy

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  37. Katarina Micallef4 November 2013 at 10:55

    I still have it, it's a dog called scrappy who lived upto his name as he only has one eye and no nose!

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  38. Big Bear!

    He was larger than me when I was first given him...I still have him today and he seems quite tiny now!

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  39. I had a stuffed elephant with a flower on the end of its trunk.

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  40. A bit boring perhaps, but, Bunny :) x

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  41. Barney (Nikki pellow on RC)

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  42. melanie stirling4 November 2013 at 22:46

    A teddy that looked like Sooty and I still have it.I called him Sooty although I'm not sure he is or not.

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  43. Kristy Leanne Brown6 November 2013 at 08:33

    Buddy - he still sleeps next to the bed too :)

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  44. Gillian Hutchison7 November 2013 at 00:27

    Tiny tears...I still have her :)

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  45. Sad Sam - a very sad looking cuddly Dog !

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  46. Bergie, a yellow elephant. Yeah, I know, but I was 4 or 5 so no idea where how Bergie became a name.

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  47. Ted - I still have him.

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  48. One-eyed Sidney!

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  49. flopsy- a floppy eared cuddly rabbit :)

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  50. spotty dog - and i still have him :)

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  51. A teddy called Tinkerbell

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  52. A monkey called Jacko.

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  53. A Polar Bear called Cedric

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  54. brown bear that my daughter now has, called snuffles

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  55. A pink rabbit i named Vuvvy

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  56. mickey the monkey

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  57. Katharine Bourne-Francis8 November 2013 at 19:47

    Luke

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  58. Chick - he was a little yellow chick that i got as a christening present

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  59. Care Bear - he was a Care Bear and that's what I called him ;) x

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  60. Bruin - a lovely brown bear.

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  61. My knitted humpty dumpty

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  62. snugs - a small teddy bear x

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  63. Boris. A massive teddy-bear my dad found.

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  64. Henrihetta (hippo)

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  65. bridgetteosullivan10 November 2013 at 13:38

    My teddy called Ginger

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  66. Snowy, a white teddy bear

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  67. snuffles! a grey and white worm!

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  68. Panda ... and yep it was a panda and i still have him at 23 years old lol

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  69. Pand... 43years young....

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  70. I had a brown and yellow bear and i called it bobby

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  71. Lowri Tegan Earith12 November 2013 at 21:53

    mr Arth (welsh)

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  72. Mr Theo Gold- lost eye,ear ,lots of stuffing and his squeak. before being consigned to the great toy shop in sky. I was in my 40's by then lol.

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  73. Sylvester the cat

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  74. A floppy rabbit

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  75. Mechelle Williamson15 November 2013 at 18:23

    fred ted, a big yellow ted which i still have but now only has one eye

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  76. jess the cat - aka from postman pat

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  77. Sarah Mummytofive Stevens

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  78. my rag doll clown

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  79. A monkey called Jacko who had a soft body and plastic hands. He "used to" be able to put a thumb in his mouth until my brother bit said thumb off!

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  80. As simple as teddy - it was the scruffiest thing I ever had but was my favourite and my mum was well shouted at when she got rid of him when I was at Uni !!!!

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  81. He doesn't have a name but hes a white dog puppet!

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  82. Just called Ted lol

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  83. I had a pink & white bunny called Flopsy Mopsy :)

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  84. It was Neddy. He was a horse, not so soft. Old man threw him out because he was going mouldy.

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  85. Alton Ben (he was from Alton Towers)

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  86. Johannah Sangster22 November 2013 at 22:15

    Big Ted...he was a teddy..and was big.

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  87. Snoops (a large Snoopy)

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  88. Robyn Logan Clarke24 November 2013 at 00:54

    I had a pink panther, but he was known as pink pamfer as I could not pronounce panther

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  89. I had a talking bear called teddy ruxpin. I took him everywhere.

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  90. a teddy called sweep

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  91. Bunny ... who suprisingly was a rabbit :)

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  92. a mouse called pinky

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  93. Flumpalump. Xx

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  94. Ernie :) He was Ernie from Sesame Street x

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  95. my bunny teddy

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  96. Just Teddy, I think.

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  97. Very manly I know but it was a little cat called kitty

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  98. Baba a blue elephant with a multi-coloured squeaky nose

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  99. Christina Jarrett30 November 2013 at 08:28

    Giggletoes!

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  100. A rabbit teddy called Babbit. He still lives in my cupboard. There's no way he will ever go in the bin and too tatty to go to charity shop :)

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  101. I had a soft stomached doll called Alice, 27 years later she now lives on my daughters wardrobe

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  102. I still have mine - rather battered now though! It's a pandad called Pandy

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  103. doggy - a floppy grey dog thats been thru the washer more times than my dads work overalls lol. i still have him now and im 25!! :)

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  104. A Glo-worm

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  105. i had a bear called bruno

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  106. A rabbit teddy called Babbit.

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  107. Rachael Jones Mann30 November 2013 at 17:56

    honey bear he went everywhere ..... and hes now undeer my bed lol

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  108. A teddy called teddy lol! I wasn't very creative as a child!

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  109. Snowy a toy seal

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  110. Sunshine bear went everywhere with me, my mine had to take him from me when I was sleeping to wash and dry him and put him back in bed with me before I woke as I loved him annd wouldn't part from him not even for a wash. Today his shabby, tatty and retired to sitting on my bed bless him xx

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  111. A teddy bear called ted

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  112. Dog. Pink puppy that my Nan made for me. Never left my side when I was young and couldn't get to sleep without him

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  113. Doggy, who was actually a bear

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  114. Chicaboo - he was a monchhichi though I think in the UK they did call them chicaboos too :-)

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  115. robert the bear

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  116. Anne Kiaz Brookes30 November 2013 at 22:43

    a rag doll called flopsy

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  117. Betty the sheep.

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  118. Big Rabbit x my nan made her xx

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  119. Donald, He was a beany donald duck

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  120. A pink teddy bear which I still have 40 years later!

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  121. A teddy bear called kenny

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  122. a white knitted cat made for me by my grandmother when i was born, the cat was called Carol... i have no idea why though

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  123. I had a teddy bear when I was young, called Fred Bear :)

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  124. Victoria Thurgood1 December 2013 at 12:29

    Roger and i still have him

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  125. Jiggles it was a monkey with dungarees

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  126. He was called Sonny Jim - a monkey in a boilersuit :)

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  127. 1st generation Indian born in UK, such items would be considered a luxury for rich people......hence no such item..

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  128. Michelle McCulloch1 December 2013 at 22:26

    I loved my cheekaboo - and still have it 30 years later !

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  129. William the giant teddy, My grandmother won him in a raffle and kept it back for her first Grandchild, a couple of years later I came along :D

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  130. Huggy Bear. x

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