During the course of his life, Pedobear took up poetry and tennis for leisure. However, with his inability to beat even retirees at tennis and his poems revolving around self-mutilation, Pedobear became the victim of constant verbal harassment. The only places he felt safe were the showers in various elementary schools. For some reason, watching little girls shower made Pedobear's penis enlarge and that's when his desire for chasing the kids on the sidelines began.
Last known sightings of Pedobear:
One can be sure to find Pedobear parked at any large children gatherings. Some of these places include: camping out in ball pits, judging junior karate tournaments, hiding behind birch trees during a little league soccer tournament, and coaching level 1 swimming. In addition, you can find pedobear as a regular on the "Who's my Baby's Daddy?" segment in the Maury Show. He'll often attempt to deny that he's the father but is ALWAYS proven wrong by the result envelopes, partly due to his unexplainable desire to impregnate 13 year old girls.
It is especially important to note that Pedobear wears red express pants when he is attempting to catch a child. If you see anyone wearing red express pants, assume the worst and contact local authorities immediately! It could save a child from contracting HPV or spending the rest of his/her life in a wheelchair.
1) Nancy: Now Chris, why don't you share your story to the rest of the group?
Chris: I constantly dream of having the junior girls soccer team lick hot nutella off my body, sucking the creamy hamstrings of the grade 4 soccer team, massaging the genitilia of preschoolers and sniffing the swing sets at local parks .
Chris Hansen: Why don't you have a seat over there, pedobear?
2) XX_slavetoanguish_XX: Age/Sex/Location/Pics?
Wide_fairy_princess: 13/female/Canada/That's me in my Witch costume!
XX_slavetoanguish_XX: That's hot...giggidy! Want some free candy?
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