No really‚Ä¶ I am going to write about this because I have been watching it with my boys, with a lot of curiosity I might add. It seems as though all these ‚Äúanimals‚Äù are on some kind of drug. Or better yet, they are all on a separate drug. Like say for instance Tigger. I think he is a pothead. Bouncing around and slurring his speech while making up all kinds of new words, ‚Äúsplendifouris‚Äù, ‚Äútiggerific‚Äù, and ‚Äúpoohorria‚Äù. I swear if I hear him say, ‚Äúlets get some munchies‚Äù it‚Äôs over and his cover is blown.
Next you have Rabbit. This guy is always paranoid, and he is always talking to the carrots. I think he likes to hit the powder, the blow, maybe even the pixy dust. Maybe not, ok.
Well then, how about Piglet. He seems harmless enough‚Ä¶ or is he? I think he is a raging alcoholic with a tendency to be the center of attention. I can tell by the lines around his eyes, then there is the funny pink sleeveless shirt that reminds me of every 80‚Äôs hair band.
Next there is Pooh and his ‚Äúhunny‚Äù. I mean come on‚Ä¶ now should see what I see. A bear and his hunny ha! It‚Äôs more like a dude and his dubby. It just goes without saying that this bear loves his weed and he is not afraid to show it or share it.
I know you thought that I forgot about Eeyore‚Ä¶ yes, the gray depressed donkey with the pinned-on tale. This fellah is hooked on something from the medicine cabinet‚Ä¶ like maybe oxy cotton or something like a muscle relaxer.
Well, maybe I am wrong about the cartoon‚Ä¶ but I think now that you know where I am coming from, you should watch and see for yourself.