|~ Winnie the Pooh's catchphrase.|
|“||Silly old bear...||„|
|~ Christopher Robin; affectionately referring to Winnie the Pooh.|
Winnie the Pooh, also known as Pooh Bear or simply Pooh, is the titular protagonist of the franchise of the same name.
He is a stuffed bear who lives in the Hundred-Acre Woods located inside a storybook in Christopher Robin's room (although sometimes the woods are an actual place in either England or the United States depending on the series). Alongside Mickey Mouse, Pooh is considered one of Walt Disney's most popular characters.
What Makes Him Pure Good?
- Despite being dimwitted, he always finds a solution to various problems he and his friends come across.
- He and his friends traveled under Christopher Robin's bed to rescue Christopher Robin from the evil Crud and his henchman Smudge.
- Likewise, he, Christopher Robin, their friends, and all of Christopher Robin's toys defeated Crud and Smudge before they had a chance to cover all of Christopher Robin's room (and later the world) in filth.
- He convinced Wooster to politely ask for honey rather than steal it from the Hundred-Acre Wood, causing the monstrous Woozle to have a change of heart and turn against his "friends" Stan Woozle and Heff Heffalump.
- He allowed the Pack Rats to stay in his home during a storm, despite his friends protesting to evict them. The Pack Rats would return the favor by saving all of the Hundred-Acre Woods residents' valuables when a flash flood occurred.
- He and Gopher "fixed" the sky, preventing it from falling.
- He, along with Piglet and Rabbit, convinced a wish-addicted Tigger to wish for their return back to the Hundred-Acre Wood after falling down a wishing well after Tigger wasted all but one wish on various luxuries and knick-knacks.
- He and his friends went on a quest to find and rescue Piglet.
- He went on a quest with his friends to return a lost reindeer and Santa Claus' gift sack back to the North Pole.
- His unhealthy obsession with honey doesn't contradict his kindness, as there were multiple cases (e.g: finding Eeyore's tail, saving Christopher Robin) where he gave up on an opportunity to get honey in order to lend a much needed hand. And while he did get himself stuck in Rabbit's front door, it was a complete accident. He did fib that he wouldn't eat Gopher's honey, but this is a petty thing to do and it can be rationalized by his current hunger.
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