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Re-enacting famous scenes using genuine Gummi Bears.

No real bears were harmed during the making of this site.

All Gummi Bears were put out of their misery after their picture was taken. Mmmm, tasty.

Pictures taken with an iPhone 3G. Props are whatever I can find in my office.

Updated Monday - Friday, 9:00am US Pacific

Suggestions for pictures? Email:
mahgummibear@gmail.com

Copyright 2009, Jason Nassi

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Jun
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While Project Gummi Bear is still on hiatus, @TechBabe was good enough to pass this video along to me.

Best. Video. Ever.

It even includes my motto: “Three times you can bite me.”

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Jun
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Project Gummi Bear is on hiatus.  Not enough brain cells available to think about it these days, so I’m not going to force it.  When the muse is upon me, you’ll see updates.
—Jason

Project Gummi Bear is on hiatus.  Not enough brain cells available to think about it these days, so I’m not going to force it.  When the muse is upon me, you’ll see updates.

—Jason

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Jun
15th
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Mac:  Hello, I’m a Mac.
PC:  And I’m a PC.
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Not my most inspired work, oh well.

Mac:  Hello, I’m a Mac.

PC:  And I’m a PC.

Not my most inspired work, oh well.

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Jun
11th
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German Gummi:  Ve vould like to enter your borders and…
French Gummi:  Sacre bleu, we surrender!
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Today’s post is for Susie, who just returned from a trip to Munich (or Munchen), Germany, and brought me back a package of Haribo Golds.  The package is entirely in German (or Deustsch).
The French gummis get to be green because of the American bias towards calling French people ‘frogs’.  I know, I know, I’m playing up a stereotype…

German Gummi:  Ve vould like to enter your borders and…

French Gummi:  Sacre bleu, we surrender!

Today’s post is for Susie, who just returned from a trip to Munich (or Munchen), Germany, and brought me back a package of Haribo Golds.  The package is entirely in German (or Deustsch).

The French gummis get to be green because of the American bias towards calling French people ‘frogs’.  I know, I know, I’m playing up a stereotype…

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Jun
10th
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Chuck:  Well, Ralph, this is a fine pickle you’ve gotten us into this time!
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I had fun yesterday with the Chuck & Ralph concept, and this goofy scene popped into my head at the same time.  I even made sure that I went to a deli for dinner tonight so that I could get a pickle to bring home for the scene.
By the way, gummibears covered in pickle juice do NOT taste good.  Pickles, on the other hand, don’t seem to taste any worse for the wear from being in contact with gummibears.
Do you like the Chuck & Ralph concept?  Should I keep them in my bag of tricks, have them be recurring characters… or should I mothball the whole idea?

Chuck:  Well, Ralph, this is a fine pickle you’ve gotten us into this time!

I had fun yesterday with the Chuck & Ralph concept, and this goofy scene popped into my head at the same time.  I even made sure that I went to a deli for dinner tonight so that I could get a pickle to bring home for the scene.

By the way, gummibears covered in pickle juice do NOT taste good.  Pickles, on the other hand, don’t seem to taste any worse for the wear from being in contact with gummibears.

Do you like the Chuck & Ralph concept?  Should I keep them in my bag of tricks, have them be recurring characters… or should I mothball the whole idea?

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