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Chubbles

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Chubbles was a white bear with a purple/blue hooded shirt. His eyes were light sencores and when the light went out his nose lit up and he made a sound.

My favourite memory of Chubbles is that he got lost and for years I wasn't able to find him and then I was moving or something and I found him and he still worked!


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Chubblys, Chubbles, Chubblies, Chumbles?????? Last post by Heather74
05 May 2011

Do You Remember Chubbles?

Do You Remember Chubbles?

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    i just found my chubbles from many years ago and to my dismay he no longer chubbled. but with a few minutes of love and a pair needle nose plyers he lives again. i immediately burst into tears. all this from a 30 year old man with 4 kids. sparky82
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      I just found my childhood Chubbles in a back room of my parents old house. He's not Chubbling. Can you let me know what you did to get yours to work again? I was so excited when I found him, but sad he's not working.
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    i think i really need to find one of these again. i loved mine when i was a kid. they were somehow very comforting.
  • Anonymous user
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    I still have my chubbles! I can remember I had surgery when I was about 3 and before they put me under asking if they could make chubbles a mouth. I was as little upset when i woke up and he still couldn't talk!
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    I too am looking for more Chubbles characters from Firefly Forest. My four year-old girl and i love the one i first found a few years ago at our thrift store, still in the box for $3.00 (i kept the box)! I have just learned online about the other characters, the Chiggles, which are SOUND sensitive, and that there are different colored Chubbles and Chiggles. I adore them and would love to find them affordably. My daughter and i cuddle with all "OUR" dolls in the bed with us, which helps me through much sadness in my life.
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    My chubbles! The thought brings a tear to my eye. I had him from the tender age of one and my mum still has him neatly wrapped up in the attic but unfortunately she moved and he is still there! ;( his lil eye sensors didn't work anymore. I would love to re purchase one for my children
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    I remember my dad giving my sister and I each our own Chubbles - mine was blue. For some reason, I thought he was a Chibbles but that may have been something my sister told me and I believed her. Anyway, I loved my Chubbles and I took him to college with me but no longer know where he is. I am 39 now and my dad passed away this week and all I can think about is Chubbles.
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      I have a blue caped one. Cathy HOECKLE hoecklecathy@gmail.com
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    My friend Bob Tibbs had a Chubbles. I used to go hang out at his house, it must have been from his Childhood or something we werent very young probably mid-teen age. At the time I first saw the Chubbles. His mom found the chubbles in storage or something then showed it to me I laughed and said it looked insane, she put a battery in it and it made a bad ass sound and his nose lit up like pyrotechnics. She gave it to me as a memory of how perturbed I was and nearly institutionalized when I saw it and now a few years later I still have it. I will never look at the thing again while I am on acid, however it is a very cute and amusing phenomenon on planet earth
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    When I was young i remember I was given a blue chubbles for the holidays. The Cat was deathly afraid of chubbles and wouldn't go near it. We ended up moving and lost Chubbles in the move. I was greif-stricken. Luckily my family ended up getting me another (different color) and told me it was the same one. Then my sister bought me another not knowing I had already recieved a replacement chubbles. This of course took some explaining to a 5 year old. Once over the intiial shock my entire family would give me a new chubbles for every major holiday. Now I have over 70 chubbles.
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    I loved Chubbles. Loads of my creative writing stories in primary school are based around the adventures of chubbles. I think I got him from a car boot sale when I was about 6, and even though he was battered I loved him
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    I still have my chubbles on my bedside table. My husband got him for me around the time my daughter was born. He still talks to us when the lights go out. Only problem is that he "tells" my husband when I finally turn the light out after reading late!