History Characters / WinnieThePooh

14th May '16 5:50:15 AM Chris116
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[[caption-width-right:281:''"Oh, Pooh, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck how about lunch]]?"'']]

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[[caption-width-right:281:''"Oh, Pooh, [[ThisIsGonnaSuck how about lunch]]?"'']]
[[caption-width-right:281:''"My mornings aren't complete without some sort of catastrophe."'']]



* AmbiguouslyGay: Fitting to a T. Right down to the fact that it is played up for laughs (his pink robe and hair curlers, multiple frilly aprons, the aptitude for ballet dancing as seen in ''WesternAnimation/PoohsGrandAdventure'', etc), it is never addressed/confirmed, nor implied that he has any interest in the opposite sex. Or either sex, for that matter.
** Averted in the 2011 film, in which he fantasizes himself as being surrounded by female rabbits.

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* AmbiguouslyGay: Fitting to a T. Right down to the fact that it is played up for laughs (his pink robe and hair curlers, multiple frilly aprons, the aptitude for ballet dancing as seen in ''WesternAnimation/PoohsGrandAdventure'', etc), it is never addressed/confirmed, nor implied that he has any interest in the opposite sex. Or either sex, for that matter.
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matter. Averted in the 2011 film, in which he fantasizes himself as being surrounded by female rabbits.
4th May '16 12:31:01 PM WanderingBrowser
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* WithCatlikeTread: Though are still successful a lot of times surprisingly enough.

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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Being a toy elephant in a Disney show, Heff is absolutely ''terrified'' of mice, and in the best Disney tradition, this makes him helpless when faced with Roo or Kanga, who he mistakes for giant mice.
* WithCatlikeTread: Though Though, fortunately, the denizens of the Hundred Acre Wood are still successful a lot of times silly enough that the two manage to be surprisingly enough.good at stealth even with their propensity to give themselves away while hiding.
4th May '16 10:57:28 AM WanderingBrowser
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* CatchPhrase: "The best toy" and "the best present a kid could get"; he repeats variants of these constantly throughout the episode.



* JerkAss: Not only is he full of himself, he belittles the other toys and gets them into challenges to prove his superiority to them.



* HeroAntagonist: Bruno isn't really a villainous character, but he drives the whole plot of the episode by scaring the other toys into believing Christopher Robin will get rid of them if they're not as special as Bruno is.

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* HeroAntagonist: Bruno isn't really a villainous character, though he is kind of an arrogant jerk, but he drives the whole plot of the episode by scaring the other toys into believing Christopher Robin will get rid of them if they're not as special as Bruno is.



* SmallNameBigEgo: His huge ego is his most defining trait; he manages to outdo ''Tigger'' at being full of himself. His sheer arrogance drives the whole plot of his episode, and when he hears that Christopher Robin apparently doesn't want him, he has a full-fledged breakdown that leaves

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* SmallNameBigEgo: His huge ego is his most defining trait; he manages to outdo ''Tigger'' at being full of himself. His sheer arrogance drives the whole plot of his episode, and when he hears that Christopher Robin apparently doesn't want him, he has a full-fledged breakdown that leaves
leaves him... well, see DrivenToSuicide.
3rd May '16 2:29:03 PM WanderingBrowser
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%%* AnimalStereotypes
%%* CartoonyTail
%%* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}
%%* ADogNamedDog
%%* OneOfTheKids

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%%* AnimalStereotypes
%%* CartoonyTail
%%* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}
%%* ADogNamedDog
%%* OneOfTheKids
* AnimalStereotypes: Their personalities typically either play this straight or subvert it. For example, Pooh plays on the stereotype of bears not being very bright, whilst Owl subverts the stereotype of owls being wise and clever.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: They're not exactly the most conventionally clever of characters.
* ADogNamedDog: Most of them are named after their species. Piglet, Owl, Gopher, Kanga and Roo (who each take half of their species names) are all obvious, whilst "Tigger" is a childish pronunciation of "tiger".
* OneOfTheKids: They're Christopher's playthings; naturally, they act just as much like kids as he does.



%%* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass
%%* {{Determinator}}: On occasion, most notably in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.

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%%* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass
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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: The "moron" part is obvious -- there's a reason he's consistently described as being a Bear of Very Little Brains. But, when he needs to, Pooh can be surprisingly clever in his own way, and often ends up resolving the various problems troubling the woods. For example, taming Wooster in ''The New Adventures'' when the rest of the animals are scared stiff of the giant woozel.
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{{Determinator}}: On occasion, most notably in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.



%%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Phlegmatic

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%%* * [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: PhlegmaticHe's the Phlegmatic member of the five main characters.



%%* TheHero
%%* HeterosexualLifePartners: His relationship with Piglet.

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%%* TheHero
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* TheHero: He's not only the clear series protagonist, but also a genuinely nice guy.
*
HeterosexualLifePartners: His relationship with Piglet. They're almost always seen together and playing together, and they stand up for each other in their own way.



%%* TheKlutz
%%* NiceGuy

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%%* TheKlutz
%%* NiceGuy
* TheKlutz: Pooh, being not very bright and rather rotund, has a tendency to trip, tumble, bump into things or get stuck.
* NiceGuy: The most sincerely sweet and friendly member of the woods.



%%* ThePollyanna
%%* SeriousBusiness: "Hunny".
%%* SimpleMindedWisdom

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%%* ThePollyanna
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* ThePollyanna: Nothing really manages to keep Pooh down for long, and he's quick to both cheer up and to cheer others up.
*
SeriousBusiness: "Hunny".
%%* SimpleMindedWisdom* SimpleMindedWisdom: Despite being a dimwitted character, he often has surprisingly clear thoughts and moments of brilliance.



%%* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Again, "Hunny."
%%* UnfortunateName

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%%* * TrademarkFavoriteFood: Again, "Hunny."
%%* UnfortunateName
" He's absolutely ''nuts'' for the stuff.
* UnfortunateName: Title, really. "Pooh" used to be an expression of dismissal at the time the original book was written (hence the old English expression "to pooh-pooh something", meaning to dismiss it as irrelevant). Nowadays, [[GetTheeToANunnery that term has fallen out of use]], so it just sounds like the more "G-rated" word for dung.



%%* CheerfulChild
%%* ChildrenAreInnocent

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%%* CheerfulChild
%%* ChildrenAreInnocent
* CheerfulChild: He's generally a very upbeat and happy sort of character, though he does have some melancholic moments, especially in the original books.
* ChildrenAreInnocent: Perhaps the defining trait of his character.



%%* TheEveryman

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%%* TheEveryman* TheEveryman: He's not particularly great in any one field, but he's got enough universal talents to cover where he's needed.



%%* TokenHuman

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%%* TokenHuman* TokenHuman: He's the only human character in the group. Justified; the Hundred Acre Wood is created out of his backyard and his toys.



%%* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Sometimes comes across as having a severe case of this, especially in the Disney version.
%%* BadassAdorable
%%* BigBrotherInstinct: To Roo, especially in later features.

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%%* * AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Sometimes comes across as having a severe case of this, especially in the Disney version.
%%* BadassAdorable
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* BadassAdorable: He's a cute plush toy like the rest of his friends, but he's also the first of them to charge into danger or try to fight if it looks like it needs to happen.
*
BigBrotherInstinct: To Roo, especially in later features.



%%* CartoonyTail: In the Disney version.

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%%* * CartoonyTail: In the Disney version.version, which explains his bouncing is done by using his tail as a pogo stick.



%%* FishOutOfWater: At least at first.
%%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Sanguine

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%%* * FishOutOfWater: At least at first.
%%*
Initially, he doesn't really fit in with the rest of the residents of the Hundred Acres. He gets over this over time.
*
[[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: SanguineHe's the Sanguine member of the main cast.



%%* {{Keet}}
%%* TheLancer

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%%* {{Keet}}
%%* TheLancer
* {{Keet}}: He's extremely hyperactive and never stops ''doing'' something.
* TheLancer: Pooh may be the main protagonist, but Tigger follows closely behind him in terms of being the leader. With his hyperactivity, in fact, he tends to be the driver for many plots in follow-up media, given Pooh's own fairly placid and passive nature.



%%* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Rabbit's blue.

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%%* * RedOniBlueOni: The red to Rabbit's blue.blue, being all impulse and enthusiasm in comparison to Rabbit's patient thoughtfulness.



%%* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rabbit.
%%* WackyGuy

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%%* * VitriolicBestBuds: With Rabbit.
%%* WackyGuy
Rabbit. The vitriol is mostly on Rabbit's side, since Tigger's habit of knocking him over or trampleing through Rabbit's garden irritates the bunny.
* WackyGuy: Definitely his role in the series, being the most chaotic, impulsive and hyperactive member of the cast.



%%* ButtMonkey

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%%* ButtMonkey* ButtMonkey: Things just always seem to go wrong for Piglet, which is played for laughs.



%%* TheChewToy
%%* TheChick

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%%* TheChewToy
%%* TheChick
* TheChewToy: If it can go wrong for Piglet, it probably will go wrong for Piglet.
* TheChick: He's male, like all of the other main toys, but he's still the most "feminine" of the lot, being gentle, sweet, caring and timid.



%%* ExtremeDoormat
%%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Leukine

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%%* ExtremeDoormat
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* ExtremeDoormat: Because he's so gentle and so timid, he's easily overawed or unwittingly bullied into doing whatever the others want.
*
[[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: LeukineHe fits the Leukine template of the main characters.



%%* LovableCoward
%%* NervousWreck

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%%* LovableCoward
%%* NervousWreck
* LovableCoward: He may be a scaredy-cat of a character, but he's also one of the most lovable and likeable characters.
* NervousWreck: He's afraid of just about everything.



* SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Since Disney originally intended to replace Piglet with the more "America" Gopher, Piglet's debut in the Disney franchise was delayed until ''The Blustery Day'' after fan outcry forced Walt's hand.
%%* ShrinkingViolet

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* SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Since Disney originally intended to replace Piglet with the more "America" "American" Gopher, Piglet's debut in the Disney franchise was delayed until ''The Blustery Day'' after fan outcry forced Walt's hand.
%%* ShrinkingViolet* ShrinkingViolet: Shy and timid, Piglet tends to withdraw into himself.



%%* ButtMonkey
%%* CampStraight
%%* TheChewToy
%%* TheComicallySerious
%%* ControlFreak
%%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Choleric
%%* TheFinickyOne
%%* GrumpyBear

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%%* ButtMonkey
%%* CampStraight
%%* TheChewToy
%%* TheComicallySerious
%%* ControlFreak
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* ButtMonkey: The various mishaps and scrapes he gets into are always played for laughs.
* CampStraight: He's pretty campy, but as noted above, in the 2011 film, he's shown fantasizing about having a harem of lady rabbits.
* TheChewToy: Just like with Piglet, bad things tend to happen to him. A lot.
* TheComicallySerious: The fact he's so strict, stern and serious is played for nothing but comedy.
* ControlFreak: His obsession with keeping everything quiet, peaceful and orderly is his most defining characteristic.
*
[[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Choleric
%%* TheFinickyOne
%%* GrumpyBear
His temper and hostility marks him as the Choleric one.
* TheFinickyOne: He's not easy to please, and that's a fact.
* GrumpyBear: He's usually angry or easily angered, at least in part because he's a ControlFreak and his friends don't understand or even pretend to humor him in it.



%%* RedOniBlueOni: The blue to Tigger's red.
%%* {{Schemer}}

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%%* * RedOniBlueOni: The His thoughtfulness and patience marks him as the blue to Tigger's red.
%%* {{Schemer}}* {{Schemer}}: Being the smartest of the main cast, if only in his own head, he tends to be the one most likely to cook up ideas, either for the group or for himself.



%%* SmallNameBigEgo
%%* TheSmartGuy

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%%* SmallNameBigEgo
%%* TheSmartGuy
* SmallNameBigEgo: He tends to think of himself as the smartest and the leader of the group, but really he's not that much better than them.
* TheSmartGuy: For all his faults, he is usually more on the ball than his friends.



%%* VitriolicBestBuds: With Tigger.

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%%* * VitriolicBestBuds: With Tigger.Tigger, mostly because Tigger insists on [[CrashHello tackling him to say hi]] and is otherwise a hyperactive, chaotic individual.



%%* ZanyScheme

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%%* ZanyScheme * ZanyScheme: Despite everything, he's cooked up a few of these himself.



%%* OnlySaneMan: What many of her other tropes amount to her being at times.

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%%* * OnlySaneMan: What many of her other tropes amount to her being at times.times. Justified, since she's the "motherly one" and the rest are essentially children.



%%* TheSmurfettePrinciple
%%* TeamMom

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%%* TheSmurfettePrinciple
%%* TeamMom
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: She's the ''only'' female member of the cast at all, except in certain spin-off media.
* TeamMom: Because she's Roo's mother, she naturally applies the same maternal attitudes and instincts to the rest of the group.



%%* BreakoutCharacter: In later features.

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%%* * BreakoutCharacter: In later features.post-novel features, he goes from being just Kanga's little baby who shows up as a bit-part character in some stories to a recurring character, almost a secondary member of the cast.



%%* CheerfulChild

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%%* CheerfulChild* CheerfulChild: The physically and mentally youngest member of the group, and cheerful to the point of foolishness, especially in the novels.



%%* TagalongKid

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%%* TagalongKid* TagalongKid: Being the youngest of the group, he naturally fills this role to them.



%%* DitzyGenius

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%%* DitzyGenius* DitzyGenius: Depending somewhat on the incarnation; whether he ''is'' smart or not, he's certainly a ditzy fellow.



%%* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the 2011 movie adaptation.
%%* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth

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%%* * JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the 2011 movie adaptation.
%%* * KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forthforth between the tropes depending on the story's needs.



%%* MotorMouth
%%* OldWindbag

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%%* MotorMouth
%%* OldWindbag
* MotorMouth: Once he starts talking, good luck shutting him up.
* OldWindbag: He just loves the sound of his own voice and will seize any opportunity to talk about whatever strikes his fancy.



%%* SixthRanger

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%%* SixthRanger* SixthRanger: Due to being added in post-novel canon, he tends to fill this roll in the group's dynamics.



%%* CheerfulChild
%%* ChildrenAreInnocent

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%%* CheerfulChild
%%* ChildrenAreInnocent
* CheerfulChild: Like Roo, he's a bubbly, chipper little guy.
* ChildrenAreInnocent: Because he's a child, he's not the stereotypical honey-thief associated with heffalumps in this show.



%%* AscendedExtra: In ''The Book Of Pooh.''
%%* CanonForeigner
* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Averted in ''New Adventures,'' as the entire point of Kessie's character is that she's growing up. Played straight in ''The Book Of Pooh,'' though.

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%%* * AscendedExtra: In She goes from being a two-shot character in the ''New Adventures'' to a full-fledged secondary cast member in ''The Book Of Pooh.''
%%* CanonForeigner
* CanonForeigner: She was created by Disney for their animated series.
* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Averted in ''New Adventures,'' as the entire point of Kessie's character is that she's growing up.up, especially in her second episode. Played straight in ''The Book Of Pooh,'' though.



%%* DumbMuscle: Heff

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%%* * DumbMuscle: HeffHeff is bigger and stronger than Stan, but pretty dimwitted.



* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Heff is noticably dumber and less conniving than Stan.
%%* ObviouslyEvil: Stan.

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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Heff is noticably noticeably dumber and less conniving than Stan.
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Stan, though not to the extent of DumbIsGood, as he's still an unrepentant honey-thief.
*
ObviouslyEvil: Stan.Stan clearly looks sinister and malicious, even for being a stuffed weasel.



%%* {{Schemer}}: Stan
%%* ThoseTwoBadGuys
%%* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes

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%%* * {{Schemer}}: Stan
%%* ThoseTwoBadGuys
%%* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes
Stan is the brains of the operation and makes all the decisions and ideas.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: They're always seen together and are the villainous characters who show up the most.



%%* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Stan has these.

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%%* * YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Stan has these.



%%* TheBrute: Before his HeelFaceTurn.
%%* GentleGiant: After his HeelFaceTurn.

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%%* * AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: He's ''enormous'', big enough to push over trees or squash any of the heroes like a bug.
*
TheBrute: Before Stan and Heff initially recruit him to be the muscle in order to defeat Pooh and friends so they can steal all their honey.
* TheDreaded: Heff is absolutely ''terrified'' at the prospect of calling Wooster out to help, and once they see him, almost everyone is equally scared... except Winnie the Pooh.
* FaceOfAThug: He has a very round, squashed-in, ugly, brutish sort of face that emphasizes
his HeelFaceTurn.
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ogre-like status amongst the Woozles.
*
GentleGiant: After his HeelFaceTurn.HeelFaceTurn, he shows he can actually be a very gentle and friendly individual.



%%* HulkSpeak

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%%* HulkSpeak* HulkSpeak: Wooster has a noticeably simplified manner of speech that roughly fits this trope.




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* TopHeavyGuy: A truly exaggerated and frightening example; Wooster's body seems to be all barrel chest and muscular arms, tottering along on comparatively tiny little legs.
* TinyHeadedBehemoth: His head actually isn't too small, but on his massive shoulders, it looks ridiculously undersized.

!!'''Bruno'''
A clockwork gorilla who appears in the ''New Adventures'' episode/segment, "Monkey See, Monkey Do Better". Initially appearing in a birthday box on Christopher Robin's bed, when the others unwrap him, he proceeds to proclaim himself "the best toy a kid could get" and proceeds to show them up by outdoing each and every one of them. Distraught, the others prepare to leave, only to find out that they misunderstood Christopher's words; he wasn't a present ''for'' Christopher, he was a present Christopher was going to ''give someone else''. Realizing his mistake, Bruno allows himself to be rewrapped in order to be sent on to his real home.

* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: If the others had listened to Christopher properly and not opened his box, the whole mess with Bruno wouldn't have happened in the first place.
* DrivenToSuicide: Yes, in a Pooh cartoon! Towards the episode's climax, Bruno hears Christopher telling the other toys that he's not keeping Bruno. The gorilla is so shocked and aghast at this that he proceeds to wander off into the Hundred Acre Wood and pulls out his key, slumping over on a log as he basically dies. He is found and rewound a few minutes later, but still, it's quite creepy.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: His array of awesome tricks and abilities is intended to invoke this. To be fair to the guy, he would actually be a pretty damn great toy; it's his attitude that makes him a problem.
* ExtremeOmnivore: When outdoing Pooh at gathering honey, Bruno eats the entire hive, waxy shell and all, then blows the bemused bees out of his ears.
* GaryStu: This is how he's seen InUniverse; no matter what Pooh and his friends try to do in order to prove they're special, Bruno outdoes them.
* KillerGorilla: Not literally, but he still fits the spirit of the trope by being a gorilla who's a trouble-making antagonistic character.
* HeroAntagonist: Bruno isn't really a villainous character, but he drives the whole plot of the episode by scaring the other toys into believing Christopher Robin will get rid of them if they're not as special as Bruno is.
* MeaningfulName: Not Bruno himself, but his episode; "monkey see, monkey do" is a now rather old-fashioned saying about mimicking someone else's talents or achievements. This monkey sees something done, and then goes out of his way to do it better.
* SmallNameBigEgo: His huge ego is his most defining trait; he manages to outdo ''Tigger'' at being full of himself. His sheer arrogance drives the whole plot of his episode, and when he hears that Christopher Robin apparently doesn't want him, he has a full-fledged breakdown that leaves



%%* ColorCodedForYourConvenience
%%* GoldfishPoopGang
%%* {{Harmless Villain}}s

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%%* ColorCodedForYourConvenience
%%* GoldfishPoopGang
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* ColorCodedForYourConvenience: Each specific memeber of the group is colored a specific hue so you can easily tell them apart.
* GoldfishPoopGang: They're even less intimidating than Stan and Heff!
*
{{Harmless Villain}}sVillain}}s: Even by the standards of this show, they're pretty pathetic. They're not even realy out to be bad, they just can't help but steal stuff.



%%* PunnyName
%%* RuleOfThree
%%* TerribleTrio

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%%* PunnyName
%%* RuleOfThree
%%* TerribleTrio
* PunnyName: A pack rat is an American rodent that obsessively gathers various oddments in its nest. So, we have the "Pack Rats", who're actual rats who obsessively steal anything and everything that catches their eyes.
* RuleOfThree: They're always shown in a group of three, and they fit the standard "three characters" archetypes.
* TerribleTrio: They're three villains who're never seen apart from each other.



%%* YouDirtyRat

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%%* YouDirtyRat
* YouDirtyRat: They're rats who're compulsive thieves and villains, if minor ones.



%%* KnightOfCerebus
%%* TrashOfTheTitans: Taken to villainous extremes.

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%%* KnightOfCerebus
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* KnightOfCerebus: Goofy a villain as he seems to be, he's still a ''lot'' darker and edgier than you'd ever expect to see in a Winnie the Pooh story.
*
TrashOfTheTitans: Taken to villainous extremes.extremes, creating a monster that wants to spread mess all over the world.



%%* BlindingBangs

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%%* BlindingBangs* BlindingBangs: His eyes are covered by his hair.



%%* DisneyAcidSequence: The Backson Song.

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%%* * DisneyAcidSequence: The Backson Song.Song, in classic Disney tradition, involves lots of weird, out-there events and backdrops.



%%* TheVillainSucksSong: The Backson Song

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%%* * TheVillainSucksSong: The Backson Song
Song, which is all about what a monstrous, evil fellow he is.
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* AnimalStereotypes
* CartoonyTail
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}
* ADogNamedDog
* OneOfTheKids

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass
* {{Determinator}}: On occasion, most notably in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.

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* %%* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass
* %%* {{Determinator}}: On occasion, most notably in ''Pooh's Grand Adventure''.



* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Phlegmatic

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* %%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Phlegmatic



* TheHero
* HeterosexualLifePartners: His relationship with Piglet.

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* %%* TheHero
* %%* HeterosexualLifePartners: His relationship with Piglet.



* TheKlutz
* NiceGuy

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* %%* TheKlutz
* %%* NiceGuy



* ThePollyanna
* SeriousBusiness: "Hunny".
* SimpleMindedWisdom

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* %%* ThePollyanna
* %%* SeriousBusiness: "Hunny".
* %%* SimpleMindedWisdom



* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Again, "Hunny."
* UnfortunateName

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* %%* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Again, "Hunny."
* %%* UnfortunateName



* CheerfulChild
* ChildrenAreInnocent

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* %%* CheerfulChild
* %%* ChildrenAreInnocent



* TheEveryman

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* %%* TheEveryman



* TokenHuman

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* %%* TokenHuman



* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Sometimes comes across as having a severe case of this, especially in the Disney version.
* BadassAdorable
* BigBrotherInstinct: To Roo, especially in later features.

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* %%* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Sometimes comes across as having a severe case of this, especially in the Disney version.
* %%* BadassAdorable
* %%* BigBrotherInstinct: To Roo, especially in later features.



* CartoonyTail: In the Disney version.

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* %%* CartoonyTail: In the Disney version.



* FishOutOfWater: At least at first.
* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Sanguine

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* %%* FishOutOfWater: At least at first.
* %%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Sanguine



* {{Keet}}
* TheLancer

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* %%* {{Keet}}
* %%* TheLancer



* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Rabbit's blue.

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* %%* RedOniBlueOni: The red to Rabbit's blue.



* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rabbit.
* WackyGuy

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* %%* VitriolicBestBuds: With Rabbit.
* %%* WackyGuy



* ButtMonkey

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* %%* ButtMonkey



* TheChewToy
* TheChick

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* %%* TheChewToy
* %%* TheChick



* ExtremeDoormat
* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Leukine

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* %%* ExtremeDoormat
* %%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Leukine



* LovableCoward
* NervousWreck

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* %%* LovableCoward
* %%* NervousWreck



* ShrinkingViolet

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* %%* ShrinkingViolet



* TheBigGuy

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* %%* TheBigGuy



* DeadpanSnarker

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* %%* DeadpanSnarker



* TheEeyore: TropeNamer

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* %%* TheEeyore: TropeNamer



* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Melancholic

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* %%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Melancholic



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the Disney version.
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Animal]]: Often shows the most common sense over the others.

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* %%* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the Disney version.
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Animal]]: OnlySaneMan: Often shows the most common sense over the others.



* TerseTalker

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* %%* TerseTalker



* ButtMonkey
* CampStraight
* TheChewToy
* TheComicallySerious
* ControlFreak
* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Choleric
* TheFinickyOne
* [[GrumpyBear Grumpy Bunny]]

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* %%* ButtMonkey
* %%* CampStraight
* %%* TheChewToy
* %%* TheComicallySerious
* %%* ControlFreak
* %%* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: Choleric
* %%* TheFinickyOne
* [[GrumpyBear Grumpy Bunny]]%%* GrumpyBear



* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Rabbit]]: Though admittedly he himself has rather [[IncrediblyLamePun hare brained]][[NotSoAboveItAll ideas at times.]]
* RedOniBlueOni: The blue to Tigger's red.
* {{Schemer}}

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* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Rabbit]]: OnlySaneMan: Though admittedly he himself has rather [[IncrediblyLamePun hare brained]][[NotSoAboveItAll ideas at times.]]
* %%* RedOniBlueOni: The blue to Tigger's red.
* %%* {{Schemer}}



* SmallNameBigEgo
* TheSmartGuy

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* %%* SmallNameBigEgo
* %%* TheSmartGuy



* VitriolicBestBuds: With Tigger.

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* %%* VitriolicBestBuds: With Tigger.



* ZanyScheme

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* %%* ZanyScheme



* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Kangaroo]]: What many of her other tropes amount to her being at times.

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* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Kangaroo]]: %%* OnlySaneMan: What many of her other tropes amount to her being at times.



* TheSmurfettePrinciple
* TeamMom

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* %%* TheSmurfettePrinciple
* %%* TeamMom



* BreakoutCharacter: In later features.

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* %%* BreakoutCharacter: In later features.



* CheerfulChild

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* %%* CheerfulChild



* TagalongKid

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* %%* TagalongKid



* DitzyGenius

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* %%* DitzyGenius



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the 2011 movie adaptation.
* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth

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* %%* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: In the 2011 movie adaptation.
* %%* KnowNothingKnowItAll / TheSmartGuy: Switches back and forth



* MotorMouth
* OldWindbag

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* %%* MotorMouth
* %%* OldWindbag



* SixthRanger

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* %%* SixthRanger



* CheerfulChild
* ChildrenAreInnocent

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* %%* CheerfulChild
* %%* ChildrenAreInnocent



* AscendedExtra: In ''The Book Of Pooh.''
* CanonForeigner

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* %%* AscendedExtra: In ''The Book Of Pooh.''
* %%* CanonForeigner



* CheerfulChild
* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Her jumper.
* {{Redheaded Hero}}ine
* {{Tomboy}}

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* %%* CheerfulChild
* %%* GracefulLadiesLikePurple: Her jumper.
* %%* {{Redheaded Hero}}ine
* %%* {{Tomboy}}



* DumbMuscle: Heff

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* %%* DumbMuscle: Heff



* ObviouslyEvil: Stan.

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* %%* ObviouslyEvil: Stan.



* {{Schemer}}: Stan
* ThoseTwoBadGuys
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be a Giant Mouse?]]

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* %%* {{Schemer}}: Stan
* %%* ThoseTwoBadGuys
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be a Giant Mouse?]]%%* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes



* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Stan has these.

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* %%* YellowEyesOfSneakiness: Stan has these.



* TheBrute: Before his HeelFaceTurn.
* GentleGiant: After his HeelFaceTurn.

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* %%* TheBrute: Before his HeelFaceTurn.
* %%* GentleGiant: After his HeelFaceTurn.



* HulkSpeak

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* %%* HulkSpeak



* ColorCodedForYourConvenience
* GoldfishPoopGang
* {{Harmless Villain}}s

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* %%* ColorCodedForYourConvenience
* %%* GoldfishPoopGang
* %%* {{Harmless Villain}}s



* PunnyName
* RuleOfThree
* TerribleTrio

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* %%* PunnyName
* %%* RuleOfThree
* %%* TerribleTrio



* YouDirtyRat

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* %%* YouDirtyRat



* EvilIsHammy

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* %%* EvilIsHammy



* KnightOfCerebus
* TrashOfTheTitans: Taken to villainous extremes.

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* %%* KnightOfCerebus
* %%* TrashOfTheTitans: Taken to villainous extremes.



* BlindingBangs

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* %%* BlindingBangs



* DisneyAcidSequence: The Backson Song.

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* %%* DisneyAcidSequence: The Backson Song.



* TheVillainSucksSong: The Backson Song

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* %%* TheVillainSucksSong: The Backson Song
13th Apr '16 11:04:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* CulturalTranslation: Has an American accent in ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh''.

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* CulturalTranslation: Has an American accent in ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh''.''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh''.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: A mild example - he's as nice as they come; but he does have moments where he's quite thoughtless and inconsiderate. The book version's jerkishness is usually limited to pouncing on people when they're not expecting it, but the Disney version can get surprisingly (though unintentionally) mean at times. This is most prominent in the ''[[TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh New Adventures]]'' series, but is definitely there in the original featurettes too.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: A mild example - he's as nice as they come; but he does have moments where he's quite thoughtless and inconsiderate. The book version's jerkishness is usually limited to pouncing on people when they're not expecting it, but the Disney version can get surprisingly (though unintentionally) mean at times. This is most prominent in the ''[[TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh ''[[WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh New Adventures]]'' series, but is definitely there in the original featurettes too.



* AdaptationDyeJob: Weirdly enough, he's a light ''green'' color in ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', as opposed to yellow in all the other Disney productions.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Weirdly enough, he's a light ''green'' color in ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', as opposed to yellow in all the other Disney productions.



A baby bird rescued and for a while cared for by Rabbit, whom she calls "Rabbee." A Disney-only character, she appeared only in two episodes of ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', but was brought back as a major recurring character for ''The Book Of Pooh.''

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A baby bird rescued and for a while cared for by Rabbit, whom she calls "Rabbee." A Disney-only character, she appeared only in two episodes of ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', but was brought back as a major recurring character for ''The Book Of Pooh.''



Horrifying One Shot villain from the TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh episode "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible".

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Horrifying One Shot villain from the TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh episode "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible".
13th Apr '16 11:03:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/JimCummings: Voice actor from ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' onwards.



* Creator/JimCummings: Current voice actor.



* Creator/PeterCullen: Voice actor from ''TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' onwards, until Bud Luckey in the 2011 film.
11th Apr '16 3:36:55 PM MarioandSmurfs
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* GrumpyBear

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* GrumpyBear[[GrumpyBear Grumpy Bunny]]
21st Mar '16 7:37:04 AM Prfnoff
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** He used to have one in the first featurette as well (provided by Bruce Reitherman, [[HeyItsThatVoice who also voiced]] [[Disney/TheJungleBook Mowgli]]), but after complaints from the fans it was changed to an English accent from ''Blustery Day'' onward. When the three original Pooh featurettes were collected into the full-feature ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', Christopher Robin was, for the sake of consistency, overdubbed with his later trademark English accent in the ''Honey Tree'' segment (though you can still clearly hear American Christopher when he sings along with Pooh in the ''Little Black Raincloud'' song).

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** He used to have one in the first featurette as well (provided by Bruce Reitherman, [[HeyItsThatVoice who also voiced]] voiced [[Disney/TheJungleBook Mowgli]]), but after complaints from the fans it was changed to an English accent from ''Blustery Day'' onward. When the three original Pooh featurettes were collected into the full-feature ''Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', Christopher Robin was, for the sake of consistency, overdubbed with his later trademark English accent in the ''Honey Tree'' segment (though you can still clearly hear American Christopher when he sings along with Pooh in the ''Little Black Raincloud'' song).
29th Feb '16 9:47:18 PM Unicorndance
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* TooDumbToLive: Granted, most of the cast represents this at times, but Pooh really takes the cake. [[note]][[IncrediblyLamePun Especially if it has pink sugar frosting]][[/note]]. There are times he can be the [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Bear]] however.

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* TooDumbToLive: Granted, most of the cast represents this at times, but Pooh really takes the cake. [[note]][[IncrediblyLamePun [[note]][[LiteralMinded Especially if it has pink sugar frosting]][[/note]]. There are times he can be the [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Bear]] however.
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