Bears? I’m Not Afraid of Bears — Bears Are Afraid of Me
The same technique can be used on lions, tigers, social workers, and the elderly.
It’s not too difficult to pull off; simply look into the eyes of your unwanted assailant and show them that you mean business. You don’t have to flash a piece or tell them that you know karate. That’s a great way to get beaten up, because they know just as well as you that you don’t know karate. Even bears know that you don’t know karate. Sometimes the best way to get your point across is with a stern word and a hard stare.
Not only will your adversary be surprised by your confidence, they will immediately fear you. If it doesn’t work you’ll get your face ripped off, but it was worth a shot.
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H-hey ya Boo Boo!
He knew where he belongs, and where he doesn’t. But, try that shinola on his turf and see how it goes.
Actually, I have mostly encountered obedience among bears. As evidenced by the fact that I am still around to tell tales.
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