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RABBIT: It's a funny thing how everything looks the same in the mist.
WINNIE THE POOH: He's right, Piglet. It's the very same sand pit.
PIGLET: I think so too, Pooh.
RABBIT: Well, it's lucky I know the forest so well, or we might get lost. Well, come on. Follow me.
NARRATOR: Now, Pooh was getting tired of seeing the same sand pit and he suspected it of following them about. Because whichever direction they started in they always seemed to end up at it.
WINNIE THE POOH: Say, Rabbit, how would it be if as soon as we're out of sight of this old pit we just try to find it again?
RABBIT: What's the good of that?
WINNIE THE POOH: Well, you see, we keep looking for home but we keep finding this pit. So I just thought that if we looked for this pit we might find home.
RABBIT: I don't see much sense in that. If I walked away from this pit and then walked back to it, of course I should find it. I'll prove it to you. Wait here.
NARRATOR: So Pooh and Piglet waited in the mist for Rabbit. And they waited and waited, and waited. And all the while, Pooh's thoughts kept returning to his honey pots at home.
PIGLET: What was that, Pooh?
WINNIE THE POOH: My tummy rumbled. Now then, come on. Let's go home.
NARRATOR: Well, they walked off together and for a long time Piglet said nothing so as not to interrupt Pooh's honey pots. And sure enough, as the mist got thinner and just when Piglet began to know where he was.
TIGGER: Hey, hello there, you two blokes. Where have you been?
WINNIE THE POOH: We've been trying to find our way back home.
PIGLET: Pooh, I don't think Rabbit's splendid idea worked.
TIGGER: Say, where is old long-ears, anyway?
WINNIE THE POOH: He must still be missing in the mist.
TIGGER: Well, leave it to me. I'll bounce him out of there! T-T-F-N. Ta-ta for now.
NARRATOR: Meanwhile, Rabbit was still wandering around in the mist. By now, he was lost and bewildered. And to make matters worse his mind was beginning to play tricks on him. RABBIT: What's that? Pooh? Piglet? Help! TIGGER: Hello, Rabbit! RABBIT: Tigger! But you're supposed to be lost.
TIGGER: Tiggers never get lost, bunny boy.
RABBIT: Never get lost?
TIGGER: Of course not. Come on, Rabbit. Let's go home. Hang on!
NARRATOR: So they started back. And Rabbit was now a humiliated rabbit a lost and found rabbit an Oh why do these things happen to me rabbit. And now we come to the next chapter in which the first snowfall had covered the Hundred-Acre Wood. And in which Tigger learns that even bouncing can be overdone.
Winnie the Pooh part 6
Tigger and Rabbit
Pooh and Piglet
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