This is a bear. B-E-A-R. This woman has a heavy load to bear. B-E-A-R.
This is Lady Godiva. She is bare. B-A-R-E.
This family friendly video has a nice little pun on the correct spelling of 'bear with me'. It doesn't actually mean the big hairy bear, of course, but it means 'to put up with me', as in the earlier pic, of 'bearing a heavy load'. 'Put up with me.' 'Bear with me.' B-E-A-R.THESE people are part of an art installation which could fairly be spelt the other way: 'Bare with me'. B-A-R-E. I'm not showing the image on my blog, as I know American friends who have a different approach to nudity to us Europeans! But if you want to see it, you can click on the link...j