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Poohdickery for 5/10/13

Writer Don Ferguson and artist Richard Moore did a syndicated Winnie the Pooh comic strip for ten years that still gets reprinted today. One of the notable aspects of the strip is how Winnie the Pooh and his friends often act a lot less nice than they do in their animated appearances. In this feature, I’ll post one of these examples each installment.

Read on for today’s example of Poohdickery (tip of the hat to commenter John for the name)…

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9 Comments

I remember seeing a website about this. I think it is down now.

I love how casual they are in their dickery. It’s just fantastic.

Man, fuck you, Pooh.

Holy hell, this made me spit my drink! I love these whenever they pop up.

Travis Pelkie

May 10, 2013 at 11:03 pm

All I know is if you search for poohdickery and drunken fist all in one web search…

…well, let’s just say you won’t ever want to turn off your adult filter again…..

ewww!

Oh, bloody hell… I have a terrible self-harming habit of being unable to resist clicking/searching when I’m presented with something that I know will be awful, but even I ain’t touching that one with a ten foot Pooh pole!

Travis Pelkie

May 11, 2013 at 6:16 pm

“a ten foot Pooh pole”

Another thing you won’t be able to un-see!

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Cheers

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