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NARRATOR: Christopher Robin lived in another part of the forest where he could be near his friends and help them with their problems. On this summer day, gloomy old Eeyore being stuffed with sawdust, had lost his tail again.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Eeyore, this won't hurt. EEYORE: Never does. CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: There now. Did I get your tail back on properly, Eeyore? EEYORE: No matter. Most likely lose it again anyway. OWL: It is my considered opinion that Eeyore's tail should be placed a trifle to the, uh, right. KANGA: And now, if you were to ask me, I think it's just a wee bit... ROO: South. KANGA: No, no. North, dear.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Cheer up, Eeyore. Don't be so gloomy. Try swishing it.
OWL: It worked. It worked.
ROO: Oh, goody! Hooray!
EEYORE: Thanks. It's not much of a tail, but I'm sort of attached to it.
WINNIE THE POOH: Good morning, Christopher Robin.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Oh, good morning, Winnie the Pooh.
KANGA: Good morning, Pooh bear.
ROO: Good morning, Pooh bear.
EEYORE: If it is a good morning, which I doubt.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: What are you looking for, Pooh bear?
WINNIE THE POOH: I just said to myself, coming along thinking and wondering if you had such a thing as a balloon, about you.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: What do you want a balloon for?
WINNIE THE POOH: Honey.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: But you don't get honey with a balloon.
WINNIE THE POOH: I do.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: How?
WINNIE THE POOH: I shall fly like a bee, up to the honey tree. See?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: But just a minute. You can't fool the bees that way.
WINNIE THE POOH: You'll see. Now, would you be so kind as to tow me to a muddy place of which I know of...
NARRATOR: So Christopher Robin towed Winnie the Pooh to the very muddy place. And Pooh rolled and rolled until he was black all over.
WINNIE THE POOH: There, now. Isn't this a clever disguise?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: What are you supposed to be?
WINNIE THE POOH: I'm a little, black rain cloud, of course.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Silly old bear.
WINNIE THE POOH: Now, would you aim me at the bees, please?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Careful, Pooh. Hold on tight. Four. Three. Two. One!
Winnie the Pooh part 1
Time for stoutness exercise
Eeyore, Christopher and Kanga
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