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Winnie the Pooh 2 Owl

Quotes WINNIE THE POOH: Christopher Robin! I think it would help with this deception if you would just kind of open your umbrella and say Tut, tut, it looks like rain.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Tut, tut, it looks like rain.
WINNIE THE POOH: Christopher Robin, I have come to a very important decision. These are the wrong sorts of bees. Christopher Robin! Oh, bother! I think I shall come down.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: I'll catch you, Pooh. Hurry, come on. The bees!
WINNIE THE POOH: Help, Christopher! Christopher Robin, you never can tell with bees.
NARRATOR: Now, Pooh was not the sort to give up easily. When he put his mind to honey, he stuck to it. Now, honey rhymes with bunny and bunny rhymes with...
WINNIE THE POOH: Rabbit? Yeah, I like Rabbit.
RABBIT: Pooh? Lunch? Oh, no. Not again. Oh, my goodness gracious!
WINNIE THE POOH: Is anybody at home? What I said was, Is anybody at home?
RABBIT: No.
WINNIE THE POOH: Bother. Isn't there anybody here at all?
RABBIT: Nobody.
WINNIE THE POOH: Must be somebody there because
somebody must have said, Nobody. Rabbit, isn't that you?
RABBIT: No!
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, isn't that the Rabbit's voice?
RABBIT: I don't think so. It isn't meant to be.
WINNIE THE POOH: Hello, Rabbit.
RABBIT: Oh, hello, Pooh bear. Pooh bear! What a pleasant surprise. How about lunch?
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, thank you, Rabbit.
RABBIT: And help yourself, Pooh. Would you like condensed milk or honey on your bread?
WINNIE THE POOH: Both. But never mind the bread, please. Just a small helping, if you please.
RABBIT: Huh, there you are. Is, uh, something wrong?
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, I did mean a little larger small helping.
RABBIT: Perhaps it would save time if you took the whole jar.
WINNIE THE POOH: Thank you, Rabbit.
NARRATOR: So Pooh ate and ate and ate. Until at last he said to Rabbit in a rather sticky voice.
WINNIE THE POOH: I must be going now. Good-bye, Rabbit.
RABBIT: Well, good-bye, if you're sure you won't have any more.
WINNIE THE POOH: Is there any more?
RABBIT: No, there isn't.
WINNIE THE POOH: I thought not. Oh, help and bother! I'm stuck.
RABBIT: Oh, dear. Oh, gracious. Oh. Well, it all comes from eating too much.
WINNIE THE POOH: It all comes from not having front doors big enough!
RABBIT: Oh, dear, it's no use. There's only one thing to do. I'll get Christopher Robin. Heavens to Betsy.
OWL: Well, if it isn't Pooh bear.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, hello, Owl.
OWL: Splendid day to be up and about one's business, quite, eh? Oh. I say, are you stuck?
WINNIE THE POOH: No, no, just resting and thinking and humming to myself.
OWL: You, sir, are stuck a wedged bear, in a great tightness. In a word, irremovable. Now obviously, this situation calls for an expert.
GOPHER: Somebody call for an excavation expert? I'm not in the book, but I'm at your service. Gopher's the name. Here's my card. What's your problem?
OWL: Yes. It seems the entrance to Rabbit's domicile is impassable. Uh, to be exact, plugged.
GOPHER: And you want me to dig it out?
OWL: Precisely. Uh, I say, it's over here, my good fellow.
GOPHER: Oh, the first thing to be done is get rid of that bear. He's gummin' up the whole project.
OWL: Dash it all, he is the project! Um, hard digging. Might hit bedrock. Danger of cave-in. Risky. Need planks for bracing. Big job. Take two, three days.
WINNIE THE POOH: Three days? What about lunches?
GOPHER: No problem, I always go home for lunch. This will run into money.
OWL: I say, how much?
GOPHER: Do the job for hourly rate plus cover materials, plus overtime plus ten percent.
OWL: And your estimate? GOPHER: Nope, can't give an estimate. Too risky. OWL: Blast it all.
GOPHER: Good idea! We'll dynamite. Save time.
OWL: Eh, what's the charge? GOPHER: The charge? Oh, about seven sticks of dynamite. OWL: Oh. Dash it all, he's gone.
WINNIE THE POOH: After all, he's not in the book, you know.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Here we come. Don't worry.
RABBIT: Cheer up, Pooh bear. We're coming.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: We'll get you out.
EEYORE: Well, maybe.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Silly old bear. Here, give me your paw.
WINNIE THE POOH: It's no use. I'm stuck.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Well, if we can't pull you out, Pooh, perhaps we can push you back.
RABBIT: Oh, no! Not that! Oh, my gracious! Oh, dear! Having got this far, it seems a pity to waste it.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Pooh bear, there's only one thing we can do: Wait for you to get thin again.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, bother. How long will that take?
EEYORE: Days. Weeks. Months. Who knows?
RABBIT: Oh, dear. If I have to face that that thing for months well, I might as well make the best of it. Oh, no! There it is again! Well, I'll just turn it to the wall. Oh, dear! Yes, a frame. Oh. No. Very nice. And a splash of color. Oh, it just doesn't have that rustic, informal look. There, a hunting trophy. Aha! I know just the thing.
WINNIE THE POOH: Something tickles.
RABBIT: Oh, Pooh! You messed up my moose!
KANGA: Pooh, Roo has a little surprise for you.
ROO: Flowers.
WINNIE THE POOH: Honeysuckle.
KANGA: No, Pooh, you don't eat them. You smell them.
RABBIT: That's not bad. Not bad at all. It's rather good, I think. Why did I ever invite that bear to lunch? Why?
NARRATOR: While Pooh's bottom was stuck at the top of page 28 his top was stuck at the bottom of page 30. So both ends waited to get thin again day after day night after lonely night.

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