Correction: This article misstated that Casey was holding a teddy bear in court.
Your recent TED Talk (500,000 views and counting) is on the teddy bear.
Even the teddy bear incident could be explained away somehow.
He was like a big teddy bear—a tough Texan teddy bear, but still.
The results are unclear at best: Dwyane Wade loves his girlfriend and has a teddy bear named Joe.
Sue was standing on top of the hill, holding her teddy bear with the little electric eyes.
"You are the best-natured fellow I ever saw," said teddy bear.
Yesterday I watched him catch up his one-eyed teddy bear, which he loves, and beat its head against the shack-floor.
"I don't think I'll want to play with my teddy bear any more," he said.
Then Sue began to wrap a shawl, which she had brought along, over her teddy bear.
1906, named for U.S. president Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, a noted big-game hunter, whose conservationist fervor inspired a comic illustrated poem in the "New York Times" of Jan. 7, 1906, about two bears named Teddy, whose names were transferred to two bears presented to the Bronx Zoo that year. The name was picked up by toy dealers in 1907 for a line of "Roosevelt bears" imported from Germany. Meaning "big, lovable person" first attested 1957, from the song popularized by Elvis Presley.