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There’s Pooh Everywhere!

This picture of a Winnie the Pooh flash mob may be Photoshopped, but that doesn’t make it any less surreal, amusing, and/or terrifying. I feel sorry for the woman in the black skirt in the middle of this picture. Doesn’t it look like six or seven Pooh’s are coming toward her? Via The Official Neil Gaiman [...]

The Voice of Winnie the Pooh Calls Sick Kids in Character

Getty Images Here’s your feel-good fact for today: Jim Cummings, the voice of Winnie the Pooh, calls sick kids in hospitals and chats with them in character. From HowStuffWorks: Cummings doesn’t just use his practiced Pooh and Tigger voices for the big and small screen — he also lends his voice to the Make-a-Wish-Foundation when he calls sick [...]

The Cheers Intelligence Graph

Dan Meth, the same artist who told us what prescriptions our favorite Pooh characters needed, has recently put together this graph of the relative intelligence of all the characters on Cheers. I personally agree with his assessment, what do you guys think? Link Via Laughing Squid

Prescriptions for Winnie the Pooh Caracters

When you think about it, Winnie the Pooh makes a lot more sense when you consider all of the characters simply live inside of a mental institution. Dan Meth hit the nail on the head with this great medication chart. Link via Laughing Squid

Winnie Ille Pu: The Latin Versions of 10 Modern Stories

Despite its status as a “dead” language, pretty much anything can be translated into Latin. Here are 10 modern classics that might make Latin class more fun. 1. Winnie the Pooh A Latin translation of Winnie the Pooh, by A.A. Milne, was published for the first time in 1960. Alexander Lenard, the translator, was also a physician, [...]

The World Needs More Pooh

That’s the opinion of the Trustees of Pooh Properties, which manages the estates of author A. A. Milne and illustrator E.H. Shepard. They have authorized a new sequel in the Pooh series. Return to the Hundred Acre Wood has generated some controversy among Pooh purists, who argue that the original books were about growing up [...]