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POOHPull Out of Hole (oil drilling)
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You can do just that on Friday by watching one (or all) of the "Winnie the Pooh" movies and shows available to stream online.
For as well as his adventures in 100 Hundred Wood, Pooh has proved to be quite the wise old bear indeed.
But for one 18-month-old boy, a Winnie the Pooh mascot was a source of comfort, as seen in a video filmed by mom Jessie Barber and posted on Facebook on Nov.
Caption: Winnie the Pooh from the new Christopher Robin_ film (left); China's President Xi Jinping (right)
"Doing nothing often leads to the very best of something," philosophises Pooh. Forster's film does very little and this leads to occasional laughs, teary confessions and a central message about cherishing time spent with loved ones.
Pooh " The picture's ponderous middle section meanders rather like the little bear on one of his quests for golden honey.
In the mad scramble in which Christopher lands himself, Pooh finds him in London and urges him to travel toward a magical realization.
Like when Piglet asked him:"How do you spell love?" and Pooh replied: "You don't spell it, you feel it."
Two additional illustrations taken from Chapter Six of The House at Pooh Corner show the characters and a game of 'Pooh Sticks'.
The website also claims "Pooh" came from Christopher Robin's pet swan of the same name, which is likely, also incorrect.
It's where AA Milne took his son on walks for precious time out and where he later took his illustrator, Ernest Shepard, who recreated Ashdown as the background in the Pooh books.