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PUDSEY BEAR – the mascot for the BBC’s charity “Children In Need” original 1985 logo

PUDSEY BEAR – the popular mascot for the BBC’s charity “Children In Need”, who has one eye covered up. The original 1985 logo featured numerous triangles -The black triangles on Pudsey’s red bandana, and the 3 red triangles at each corner. 

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joy
joy
2 months ago

He looks sad and beaten up!! Wonder if they expected that it would increase donations to children in need???

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
2 months ago
Reply to  joy

They know playing on peoples heartstrings brings in donations. Even professional beggers know that which is why they bring children and animals along.

imtrash
imtrash
2 months ago

designed by Jimmy Saville?

imtrash
imtrash
2 months ago
Reply to  imtrash

misspelled it. Savile

just saying
just saying
2 months ago
Reply to  imtrash

Jimmy So Vile sounds better

Rosey
Rosey
2 months ago

A bridge too far. The camp netting for the tanks has angular spirals lol.

Sharktank
Sharktank
2 months ago

The bear is looking sad and upwards at an adult, which means he is being represented at the moment of abuse… They spread around a subtle scene of child abuse. That is very disturbing to me. If the charity stood for hope they would have represented the bear healing or at least in a safe place.

Sharktank
Sharktank
2 months ago
Reply to  Sharktank

Legs spread, final point of focus for the BBC logo between those legs… It’s disgusting. If these clues are not intentional it’s the perverts subconscious betraying them. The truth always finds a way.