Mr. Wu has a surprise coming….

…and it is not necessarily a good one. Sigh…There comes a time in a young bear’s life, when he is pushed out into the world.  We don’t know if Bai Yun and her betrothed bear Gao Gao will hear the flapping of the storks wings one more time, but nevertheless, unlike so many young people these days, living at home with mom providing three meals and laundry service is not an option for Mr. Wu.

Sing ‘ho” for the life of a bear.

Xiao Liwu and Bai Yun

Too soon, too soon, a Wu and his mom will go their separate ways…

There is still work to be done to prepare for the launch of the  Pandamorphosis kickstarter project. But also in panda satire news this month, Here at The Institute for Contemporary Panda Satire, we are donating $1 to Pandas International for each Panda Chronicles book sold for the entire month of February. Huzzah!

Here’s today’s image from Pandamorphosis!

"Just what does she see in pandas?" thought the cat...

“Just what does she see in pandas?” thought the cat…

Stay tuned….
Be the Bear!
Bob T. Panda

 

 

12 thoughts on “Mr. Wu has a surprise coming….

    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      through my extensive “research” (aka watching many panda videos), I have learned that cubbies actually do this! See? I’m not goofing off, I’m doing “research.”

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Mr wu wants to know why he can’t live with his mom forever. Time for a bears and the bees conversation with dad, I guess. Glad you like Pandamorphosis. I’m getting excited about it.

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  1. Ann Feldman

    Noooooooooooooo! It’s too soon! Wu WUVS his Mama Bai. *Sniff* They so enjoy eachother’s company, like my old bachelor uncle did with my grandma! *Snurfle, sigh!*

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I’m not ready either. Fortunately, the “virtual Wu” can live with his mama forever if I want. Good thing reality has no place here!

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      1. Panda in Chief Post author

        *snorfle* I wish Mr Wu would never grow up…hmmm, maybe his next adventure should be “Peter Panda”
        I won’t grow up!
        I don’t wanna be a bear.
        I won’t get my own bamboo,
        even if it’s in my hair.
        or something like that.

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      2. Ann feldman

        Very interesting and educational post. Yes I suppose it is both their interests to separate. I smile when I remember that one of my long-ago cats let a kitten nurse for about a year! He was larger than she. Who knows what goes on in mothers’ minds.

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        1. Panda in Chief Post author

          We would keep them forever as cubbies if we could. Sigh. I’m sure Mr Wu will grow up to be a fine young bear.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      Not to worry too much. He’s not really leaving home, just moving next door to his own digs. Now mom won’t be able to watch what he’s doing on the computer.

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