The Great Adventure's of Cubicle Bear!

Eh? History and Characters

IB is your typical alcoholic cubicle bear. His name, short for Inappropriate Bear, (special thanks to Native B, IB’s old cubicle neighbor) came from his unfortunately placed magnets in his paws and center. IB was once a loner, but he now participates in an active office lifestyle. He is a tenacious wall climber by day and a party animal by night.

Many a time has the hungover IB been sent back to his cube in the morning via interoffice mail. IB’s greatest nemesis/best friend is Spacebear. Spacebear cannot climb walls, but does possess an anti-gravity mechanism that makes wall climbing needless.

From time to time, Spacebear and IB encounter other strange creatures like Dino and are intruded upon by the office natives. To get the full story in chronological order, you’ll have to start from the bottom and work your way up to the most recent episode.

Native A: Native A is sitting in the cubicle where IB and Spacebear mostly hang out….mostly.

Native C: Native C is a delusional, violence-obsessed madman! He also has many New Zealand connections which possibly explains why his desk is the epicenter of all things related to platypi….possibly.

Native D: Native D likes to ask questions…many questions.


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  1. Frisket of Pella Books said, on March 3, 2010 at 4:01 am

    OK, I think I am getting it. It took two years for the dinosaur to show up because of the time bomb, right? He wasn’t just on the other side of the island the whole time, right?

  2. cubiclebear said, on March 3, 2010 at 6:02 pm

    Yeah, time bombs cause a lot of confusion in the universe. Plus, strange things happen on islands ( based on the few episodes of Lost I’ve seen)

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