Misery Bear is the world's loneliest, most depressed and pathetic teddy bear (with a million online hits), just looking for love.
Misery Bear is the saddest, loneliest, drunkest bear in the world. Nothing ever goes his way, he hates his life and he's always one swig of whisky away from oblivion.
In Misery Bear's Guide to Love & Heartbreak, the furry critter shares his photos, stories, diary entries, poems, love letters, romantic recipes and doodles... All from the paw of a chronically depressed bear who just wants someone to love.
Misery Bear is the loneliest, saddest and drunkest bear in the world. He drinks too much, hates his job and can`t get a girlfriend. He lives in London and has just two friends, Nat Saunders and Chris Hayward.
'This is the best book I have ever read by a bear.' — Richard Curtis
'A book about a depressed animal? How's that supposed to work then?' — Andy Riley, author of the Bunny Suicides
'I've been told this may be worth looking at.' — Matt Berry
'Since he has paws, Misery Bear won't be able to turn the pages of this book. You, being human, can. So why not try?' — Charlie Brooker
'The most charming, amusing and melancholy bear in existence.' — Josie Long
'I wish he would just grin and endure it.' — Peter Serafinowicz
'This bear makes me want to self harm.' — Sharon Horgan
'Misery Bear is one depressed little teddy. Despite having dated Kate Moss, the star of the BBC short films is unlucky in love. So, er, who better to produce a guide to love and dating? With tips on how to end a relationship, poems and even cocktail recipes, it's depressing but somehow endearing!' ***** — Star
'Admirers of quality web comedy may already be aware of Misery Bear, the cute, fluffy teddy who combines serial failure in the world of romance with non-stop heavy drinking. Misery's now branching sombrely out into the world of literature with a Christmas picture book that's sure to delight his growing number of fans. With features including the bear's own Twitter and Facebook pages, it's sure to strike a plangent minor chord with anyone who's been unlucky in love.' — Guardian Guide