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Winnie the Pooh 5 Piglet

Quotes It's awfully hard to be brave when you're such a small animal. OWL: Then to divert your small mind from your unfortunate predicament I shall tell you an amusing anecdote. It concerns a distant cousin of mine who became so frightened during a flood that he... PIGLET: I beg your pardon, Owl, but I think we're coming to a "flutterfall" a very big waterfall. OWL: Please, no interruptions. Ah, there you are, Pooh bear. Now, to continue my story... CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Look, there's Pooh. Over here, Pooh! WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, hello, Christopher Robin. CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Pooh, thank goodness you're safe. Have you seen Piglet?
PIGLET: Excuse me, I have What I mean is, here I am.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Pooh, you rescued Piglet.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Yes, and it was a very brave thing to do. You are our hero. And as soon as the flood is over, I shall give you a hero party.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Attention, everybody. Now, this party is a hero party because of what someone did. And that someone is...
EEYORE: I found it.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Found what, Eeyore?
EEYORE: House for Owl.
OWL: I say, Eeyore, good show!
PIGLET: Oh, isn't that wonderful.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Where is it, Eeyore?
EEYORE: If you want to follow me, I'll show it to you.
NARRATOR: So everyone followed Eeyore. Then, to the surprise of all, Eeyore stopped right in front of...
RABBIT: Piglet's house?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Why are you stopping here, Eeyore?
EEYORE: This is it, Owl's new house.
RABBIT: Oh, dear, mercy me!
PIGLET: Oh, dear, mercy me too!
EEYORE: Name's on it and everything. W-O-L, that spells Owl.
OWL: Bless my soul, so it does.
EEYORE: Well, what do you think of it?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: It is a nice house, Eeyore, but...
KANGA: It is a lovely house, Eeyore, but...
PIGLET: It's It's the best house in the whole world.
WINNIE THE POOH: Tell them it's your house, Piglet.
PIGLET: No, Pooh. This house belongs to our very good friend Owl.
RABBIT: But, Piglet, where will you live?
PIGLET: Well, I I guess I shall live I suppose I shall live...
WINNIE THE POOH: With me! You shall live with me. Won't you, Piglet?
PIGLET: With you? Oh, thank you, Pooh bear. Of course I will.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Piglet, that was a very grand thing to do.
RABBIT: A heroic thing to do.

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WINNIE THE POOH: Christopher Robin can you make a one-hero party into a two-hero party?
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Of course we can silly old bear.
NARRATOR: And so, Pooh was a hero for saving Piglet and Piglet was a hero for giving Owl his grand home in the beech tree.
WINNIE THE POOH: I sure like bouncing. Wasn't that fun, Piglet?
PIGLET: Yes, Pooh, but the best part is when it stops.
NARRATOR: Well, in the next chapter, there's a great deal of bouncing.
PIGLET: There is? Oh. I think that I just remembered something that I forgot to do yesterday and shan't be able to do tomorrow. So I suppose I really ought to go back and do it now. Uh, good-bye, Pooh.
WINNIE THE POOH: Good-bye, Piglet. Now, is the next chapter all about me?
NARRATOR: No, no. It's mostly about Tigger.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, bother.
NARRATOR: But you're in it.
WINNIE THE POOH: Oh, good. What will I be doing?
NARRATOR: Well, Pooh, you'll be sitting in your thoughtful spot thinking, as usual.
NARRATOR: And while he was thinking, all of a sudden... TIGGER: Hello, Pooh! I'm Tigger! T-I, double "guh," "err. That spells "Tigger. WINNIE THE POOH: Yeah, I know. You've bounced me before. TIGGER: I did? Oh, yeah! I "recoggonize" you. You're the one that's stuffed with fluff. WINNIE THE POOH: Yeah. And you're sitting on it. TIGGER: Yeah. And it's comfy too. Well, I gotta go now. I got a lot of bouncing to do. T-T-F-N. Ta-ta for now. NARRATOR: Well, there goes Tigger always bouncing in on his friends when they least expect him. TIGGER: Oh, hello, Piglet! I'm Tigger. PIGLET: Oh, Tigger. You scared me.
TIGGER: Oh, shucks. That was just one of my little bounces.
PIGLET: It was? Oh, thank you, Tigger.
TIGGER: Yeah. I'm saving my best bounce for old long-ears!
RABBIT: There. That should do it. Oh, no. Stop, stop!
TIGGER: Hello, Rabbit. I'm Tigger. T-I, double "guh...
RABBIT: Please! Please! Don't spell it. Oh, dear. Oh, dear. Just Just look at my beautiful garden.
TIGGER: Yuck! And messy, isn't it?
RABBIT: Messy? Messy! It's ruined! It's ruined, Tigger. Oh, why don't you ever stop bouncing?
TIGGER: Why? That's what tiggers do best.
RABBIT: Order, please. Now, I say Tigger's getting so bouncy nowadays that it's time we taught him a lesson. No matter how much we like him you can't deny he just bounces too much.
PIGLET: Ah, excuse me, Rabbit. But, uh, perhaps if we could think of a way of un-bouncing Tigger well, it would be a very good idea, huh?
RABBIT: Exactly! Just what I feel. What do you feel, Pooh?
PIGLET: Pooh! Ah Haven't you been listening to what Rabbit's been saying?
WINNIE THE POOH: I listened, but then I had a small piece of fluff in my ear. Could you say it again, please, Rabbit?
RABBIT: Well, where should I start from?
WINNIE THE POOH: From the moment the fluff got in my ear.
RABBIT: Well, when was that?
WINNIE THE POOH: I don't know. I couldn't hear properly.
PIGLET: Pooh, we were just trying to think of a way to get the bounce out of Tigger.
RABBIT: Oh, I've got a splendid idea. Now, listen. We'll take Tigger for a long explore, see? Someplace where he's never been and we lose him there.

Winnie the Pooh part 5
Winnie the Pooh part 5
  Piglet and Tigger
Piglet and Tigger
  Bounces too much
Bounces too much
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