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Ted is famous and most of the people will be aware that a walking talking teddy bear exists in the world but its not normal to come across a walking talking teddy bear in daily life at a public place. It is strange that people are not even excited to see him. Why is that so?

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    I dont mind the downvote but it will be good if someonce can explain the reason. It may help to improve the question. – HBhatia Aug 10 '17 at 11:07
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Its not normal to come across a walking talking teddy bear in daily life at a public place

It's not normal in our reality but it is normal in this movie universe

As Wikipedia says*

In 1985, 8-year-old John Bennett is a lonely child living in Norwood, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, who wished for his new Christmas gift—a jumbo teddy bear named Ted—to come to life and become his friend. The wish coincides with a shooting star and comes true; word spread and Ted was briefly a celebrity.

Ted has been around for over 25 years and his existence is well known. Certainly he's unique and one could argue that he should be more of a celebrity but people get blase about such things.

* Thanks to @BCdotWEB

In fact, as noted by @Gallifreyan it's stated that

"Eventually, nobody gives a shit"

  • Understood that he is around from last 25 years but people are so neutral that he walks unnoticed even on the busy streets of Manhattan, Boston etc. – HBhatia Aug 10 '17 at 11:05
  • He's not unnoticed...it just that it' snot unnatural to them. – Paulie_D Aug 10 '17 at 11:15
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    I think it's actually said by the narrator in the first film: "eventually, nobody gives a shit" (here: youtube.com/watch?v=dbKwJM06fRM) – Gallifreyan Aug 10 '17 at 11:33
  • @Gallifreyan That's the perfect answer. – LeonX Aug 10 '17 at 11:44
  • The first and last lines of this answer are the 2 that matter most. I mean, no one really gives a shit about David Hasselhoff, but he'd probably still draw a crowd of curiosity seekers. But, in this movie's universe, no one cared at all, anymore. – Johnny Bones Aug 10 '17 at 13:43

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