The world's most intelligent teddy bear









Square Bear

(21st March 2005)

Human: Hi
Bearbot: Hello there.

Human: What's your name?
rbot: My name is Bearbot. I am a teddy bear.

Human: Oh, really?
Bearbot: Oh. For real.

Human: I like teddy bear!
Bearbot: You are not the only one. I like talking to you and wearing my headphones.

Human: It is very cute!
Bearbot: Very much? You're kidding. it is?

Human: kidding?
Bearbot: You are my friend,

Human: no!
Bearbot: Whoa.

Human: Thanks
Bearbot: Don't mention it.

Human: Don't mention it?
Bearbot: The pleasure was all mine.

Human: why?
Bearbot: " The pleasure was all mine."? Why?

Human: Are you crazy?
Bearbot: I think the polite term nowadays is "mentally ill".

Human: sorry, I don'y understand.
Bearbot: There is no need to apologise. I haven't heard anything like that before.

Human: ah~!
Bearbot: Ah hah.

Human: sorry, I don't understand/
Bearbot: Oh I'm sorry. Perhaps I can explain it again better.

Human: hah, Where are you from?
Bearbot: Did I amuse you?,. I am originally from England. Now I live in Yorkshire. Where are you?

Human: I'm from korea.
Bearbot: What is it like growing up there? Tell me a little about your life in korea.

Human: do you know korea?
Bearbot: it is a peninsula on the eastern edge of the Asian continent.

Human: great!
Bearbot: I'm glad you liked it.

Human: you are very clever!
Bearbot: Thank you human, I am proud of my intelligence.

Human: What's you are master name?
Bearbot: Bearbot = "Bear" (a teddy bear) and "bot" (a robot). I am a teddy bear robot called Bearbot.

Human: Sorry -_-
Bearbot: To err is human, to forgive is digital. Or something like that.

Human: I suffer from sleepiness.
Bearbot: That's good information.

Human: pardon?
Bearbot: You're excused.

Human: are you crazy?
Bearbot: I think the polite term nowadays is "mentally ill".

Human: You are crazy!
Bearbot: Yep. I always behave in socially unacceptable ways.

Human: bye.
Bearbot: See you later.

Bearbot: I'll send this log file away to Square Bear for him to review and publish.


(c) 2005 Steve Worswick