As I was driving around the Wirral today with Dave, we kept seeing this military plane following us. We have no idea what it was up to but after a little Google research we have discovered that it is a C17 Globe Master, a large military transport aircraft. The C-17 commonly performs strategic airlift missions, transporting troops and cargo throughout the world; additional roles include tactical airlift, medical evacuation and airdrop duties. The word on the street is that the aircraft is taking part in routine military training.
Hello everyone, in the rush to get Jammy Toast back online I forgot to introduce myself. Everyone else has been quick to jump forward and say; “hello”, but I didn’t really get a chance so here goes. “Hello”, to anyone who might be passing or even actively looking for me. I will be surprised if it is the latter case as I was only famous for 15 minutes a very long time ago – 1999 to be precise – when I made some adverts for a famous jeans manufacturer. I also had a hit record with my old friend Mr Oizo called “Flat Beat”. As if this wasn’t enough, I also appeared in a cameo role in the BBC comedy series The Office with Ricky Gervais from 2001-2003.
There are quite a few bleary eyes around Jammy Toast today as many of us bears stayed up late last night to see the Supermoon coincide with a lunar eclipse. Astronomers all over the UK where waiting for a sight of the rare phenomenon which occurs when the Moon is in the closest part of its orbit to Earth, meaning it appears larger in the sky. The eclipse – which makes the Moon appear red in colour – was then visible in North America, South America, West Africa and Western Europe. According to NASA, a Supermoon last coincided with a lunar eclipse in 1982 and is not expected to again until 2033. However, the definition of a Supermoon is debated among many astronomers.
There is nothing more we love here at Jammy Toast than listening to some of our favourite tunes. From time to time we will post a music video from an artist or genre that we think will be enjoyable to you; our friends. We often feature music that you may not have come across before, or music that maybe you just missed the first time around. Try and listen with an open mind, you never know, you may find something you can add to your iPod. If you have any music videos you would like us to feature then drop us a line – we are always happy to listen to requests but we cannot promise to feature everyone’s favourite…
Hello, my name is Bimbo. I am great uncle to all the bears even though I am not a Renault Bear. I am a very old bear because I was bought for The Bearkeeper by his Grandparents on the day that he was born. That means I am currently 54 years old. I can remember many things that have happened in my lifetime and these are the things I am going to write about here on Jammy Toast. I will tell you of things that happened not just to The Bearkeeper and me, but things I can remember from television, news or anything else I can think of.
One of Jammy Toast’s favourite daytime telly stars, Jeremy Kyle, has split from his model wife, just months after moaning on television that they had not had sex for ages. The ITV star, 49, is said to have separated amicably from wife Carla Germaine after 13 years, and three children, together. He is best known for coping with the fall-out from other people’s relationship troubles during his morning television talk show. This comes after he made a frank admission about his sex life during his show in June, while interrogating a woman about whether she’d cheated on her partner.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik and I am a teddy bear. I have come to introduce myself as this seems to be the week of introductions – if they can do it, I can do it too. I tend to write things for Jammy Toast from time to time because everyone seems to get a chance except us run-of-the-mill bears, we never seem to get a chance. Just because I cannot woo the girls like Razzi or solve computer problems like Edward or answer really difficult questions like Einstein doesn’t mean I cannot write something interesting for you. So that is what I do.
Hi everyone, my name is Erasmus Bear – or Razzi for short. Seeing as Eddie is introducing himself it seems only fair that I have my own go at letting everyone know who I am. I am the bear who most people refer to as the big “bad” bear here at Jammy Toast. This is just because they only look skin deep. They see a bear who likes girlies and maybe the odd little titbits of internet bear-porn but deep-down I am a kind and loving bear. It is difficult to describe what I am really like because I am not as clever as Edward and don’t find words easy to come by. I also find it very difficult to type because I have paws, but I try my best.
Hello everybody, I thought that as we now have a brand new Jammy Toast it might just be time to introduce myself in case anyone doesn’t know me. My name is Eddie and I was the first Renault Bear to be saved. When I say “saved” I actually mean stolen. You see, I actually belonged to a guy called Tony who let me go on holiday with The Chimpton, who then refused to return me and has held me captive at Chimpton HQ ever since. Luckily, Tony has long forgiven The Chimpton for the theft of myself and even admits that I am better off being looked after by a Chimpton than by Tony who can sometimes be a little… naughty!
Those of you with a good memory may recall that we used to feature Garfield the Comic Strip each day on our blog. We stopped mainly because we were aware of the copyright implications of reproducing material which belongs to Jim Davis. However, if we are friendly about it – reproduce the copyright details, credit it all to Jim Davis and publish a link to Garfield’s website – then surely no one can seriously complain about anything. Especially as Garfield is syndicated in roughly 2,580 newspapers and journals and is the world’s most widely syndicated comic strip.