Ewan McGregor is soon to star in the new Winnie The Pooh movie playing a grown up Christopher Robin. Now a family man living in London he receives a surprise visit from his old childhood pal, Winnie-the-Pooh. With Christopher’s help, Pooh embarks on a journey to find his friends – Tigger, Eeyore, Owl, Piglet, Rabbit, Kanga and Roo. Once reunited, the lovable bear and the gang travel to the big city to help Christopher rediscover the joy of life.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear and this is my column. I was reading the paper yesterday when I read that in America more than forty percent of food is thrown out because it is passed its “use by”, “sell by” or “enjoy by” labels. I really think that is disgusting when we have half of the world starving to death and the west is throwing nearly half its food out. And you can bet if America are throwing all that food out then we will not be far behind them. I decided to have a search around the internet and see if food really is dangerous to eat after its label says so and the answer is… NO!
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear and this is my column. I always write about money on my column because I find the history of coins and notes fascinating and most of them are quite beautiful to look at. Well this morning I got rather excited because a rare 1933 penny – one of only four in known to exist – has sold for a world record price of £72,000 at a London auction. The coin sold is known as a “Pattern” version, as it was presented as a prototype, but never went into production. It is the first time that any of the Pattern coins have come up for auction.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear and this is my column. I seem to have become the Jammy Toast expert on money after my last two columns but I really am not. I just think money is a fascinating subject and the notes themselves are quite beautiful to look at. I was going to write tonight about the next highest denomination note following on from my posts on the Ten Shillings and the One Pound notes. If I asked anyone which was the next note in the list they would no doubt have said the Five Pound Note when in reality, as I only found out myself tonight, it would have been the Two Pound Note, which none of you have probably seen. The first Bank of England Two Pound Note was issued on 2nd March 1797 in response to the need for smaller denomination banknotes to replace gold coins during gold shortages caused by the French Revolutionary Wars. They were later discontinued.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik. I am a teddy bear and this is my column. I asked a few people recently what they would like me to write about on my next column and the answer was go and interview God! Unfortunately when we enquired his people came back at us telling us that unfortunately he was busy and didn’t have the time to be interviewed. So today I thought I would pick someone who has become a dear friend of everyone here at Jammy Toast since he moved in a while ago. He is our resident Music Columnist; Flat Eric – who is the closest we can come to finding a God around here.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear and this is my column. I think I confused everyone the last time I wrote my column for Jammy Toast by talking about money before decimalisation and how complicated the old system was. This time I thought I would make it a little easier by just looking at the pound, or more precisely pound sterling. Some other countries also use the pound but this is not to be confused with our pound which is referred to as the pound sterling and is the oldest currency still in use today.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear and this is my column. I was talking to Bimbo the other day when he came out with a funny expression; he said something cost “ten bob”. I had no idea what he was talking about so I asked him what a “bob” was to which he replied it was slang for a “shilling”. I was even more confused now because I didn’t know what a shilling was either. He went on to explain that before decimalisation in 1970, in England, instead of having pounds and pence like today, they had pounds, shillings and pence. I asked Bimbo to explain further because this was getting quite confusing.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear who spends nearly every night sitting next to Davidd here at Jammy Toast. I mention this because today I am here to speak out on his behalf. He seems to be getting some bad press lately about his eating habits. Just because he likes to joke with people about food does not mean he is eating all that food. Yesterday, he was joking about Burger King doing home deliveries when he was suddenly attacked by Miss Chimpton who accused him of needing his jaw wiring.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik, I am a teddy bear and this is my column. In fact, I am not just an ordinary teddy bear because I am, in fact, a very pissed off teddy bear. I am a bear who loves his sport. Football, cricket, tennis; you name it and I will follow it. Furthermore, I always support our national teams in all the sports I follow and therein lies the problem. Firstly, I have waited four years for the World Cup to come round and we didn’t even get past the group stages. Secondly we have lost a test series to Sri Lanka for the first time in the history of the universe and now Scotland can have Andy Murray back because he can’t even make it to the semi-finals in defence of his Wimbledon title.
Hello everyone, my name is Erik. I am a teddy bear and this is my column. This month I have come to interview the lovely Cher Lloyd, the love or Razzi’s life. She is currently in the process of releasing her second studio album; “Sorry I’m Late” and admits a lot about her has changed. Her voice has changed, her opinions have changed and the subject matter for her new album has definitely changed. Cher tells us all about creating her new album, the role Razzi has played in her career and any plans for kids in the future.
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