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VIDEO: The Teddynator

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If your name is Misery Bear then finding happiness is never going to be easy.

But, things just don't seem to improve for the heavy drinking stuffed toy who's starred in a series of short films for the BBC. Even meeting Kate Moss didn't do the trick.

In this latest episode, he's convinced that he's found the solution. After using a happiness machine (sounds promising), he finds himself at the mercy of The Teddynator.

Companionship soon turns deadly as the android bear reveals his bad side.

You can watch what happens below and also buy the book Misery Bear’s Guide to Love and Heartbreak now:

(Image: YouTube)

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