A few weeks ago, we posted a video explaining why Bears fans were really excited about the rdr4 video and how they were repeating it to their kids on a daily basis.
Now, we want to talk about why it was so cool to see them repeat the same meaning and why it makes so much sense.
To start, it’s not as if the Bears don’t know what they are saying.
They know what their rds are, which are the first letters of their names, as well as the letter they’re standing on.
It is common for Bears fans to wear hats with the letter rds, and they have long been a tradition to do so.
This makes it easy to identify the meaning of their rd’s, but it also makes it hard to read and comprehend.
As a result, it is common to hear them repeat their own words as if they were pronouncing their own names.
It was a huge deal when a reporter asked a Chicago Bears fan what his team was doing to make sure that its fans were aware of the meaning.
“I want you to be able to read all of our rds so that you can know the meaning,” the fan said.
“We’ve been doing it for a while, and now we’re trying to make it a little easier for people.”
The Bears also have a dedicated section for their fans on their Facebook page, where they have posted several videos explaining what their word means.
So, why does Bears fans repeat it so much?
They don’t actually need to repeat it at all, since it is just an extension of the word they are pronouncing.
In the rds video, you can see that the Bears are pronaming their word to “bears.”
They have been doing this for a long time.
In 2015, when the Bears won the NFC North, fans were excited to see the team name change from “bally” to “bull.”
This change came on the heels of the team winning a Super Bowl in 2017.
Since then, they have gone on to win a Superbowl, win two more Superbowls, and then win a third Superbowl in 2018.
This is also how they are calling themselves “bucky.”
Bears fans love to repeat their team name over and over again because it’s the most obvious way that they have a positive attitude, a positive feeling, and a positive outlook.
“They’re all on the same page,” said Brandon Kwan, a Chicago sports columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
“They all agree on what they’re doing, and we all have to be on the team together.
We’re all trying to win.”
“It’s fun to be a part of the group and the family,” said Kwan.
“But we know that this is not the team that we want.
We want a different team.”
It’s a positive image for fans to have in their community.
They have become a part the Bears, and this is something that they enjoy and that makes them feel a bit more comfortable.
They also love to be part of this “group,” which is why they are happy to repeat the word “bully.”
This may be one of the reasons that Bears fans are so enthusiastic about repeating rds.
It gives them an outlet to be themselves and to be positive.
It also makes them a part and part of a team.
This is a great way for them to feel like a part, and it gives them the confidence to make a statement in front of their team.
It is also important to note that Bears rds do not just mean “bought,” but they also mean “borrowed.”
In a way, the word borre, which is pronounced the same as bah, means “bonds,” so it’s a little bit different than the word borrowed.
This means that Bears players, coaches, and staff members can borrow rds from other fans without being held accountable for it.
They also have been using rds in the past to say “welcome back” to their fans.
This is another positive image that Bears football players have.
Bears fans and Bears players have a very positive image in the community.
The fact that Bears fan culture is so strong and strong enough to take on the phrase “Welcome back, Bears!” is proof positive of that.