the hundreds disney


To the kind anon who requested the Winnie the Pooh villagers, I felt that there was still a lot of untapped potential there that I didn’t quite meet, so I decided to step up my game. And so, here they are, a gathering of Winnie the Pooh characters spending a quiet afternoon in the Hundred Acre Wood.

I just realized something about Zootopia.

That sloth Flash, at the end Judy and Nick pull him over for speeding in what looks like a brand new top of the line sports car. He works in the DMV. My aunt works in the DMV, I have a general idea of what they make at least the people who work in the same position he does in the movie… no way he could afford that just on what he makes. Something going on there. That’s where They really needed to be looking. Flash got something going on on the side.

Winnie “the” Pooh

So I was thinking about Winnie the Pooh earlier today, because I still find it weird that he’s called Pooh instead of Winnie. I know the whole story about where the names came from, but that still doesn’t explain why they decided to put the “the” in there, implying that Winnie is his name and Pooh is some sort of adjective.

Then it occurred to me: What if this sort of behavior was common in Hundred Acre Wood culture?

No, no, wait– just hear me out. How many characters in Winnie the Pooh have real names? There’s Christopher Robin, of course. There’s also Eeyore. Kanga, Roo, and Tigger are debatable because their names are all variations of the animals they are. Everyone else though? Piglet is a piglet. Rabbit is a rabbit. Owl is an owl. Do you see where I’m going with this?

What if Piglet is actually, say, Tyrone the Piglet, but he goes by Piglet instead of Tyrone the same way Pooh goes by Pooh instead of Winnie? What if Rabbit’s full name is Greg the Rabbit? What if Tigger’s full name is Steve the Tiger, so according to Hundred Acre Wood etiquette he should be addressed as Tiger, but somehow something got lost in translation and his name ended up being pronounced with a short I instead?

Maybe Kanga and Roo are actually Britney the Kangaroo and Boris the Kangaroo, respectively. But they can’t both be called Kangaroo because that would get too confusing, so those knuckleheads just decided to split the damn word up. Did Kanga go by Kangaroo before Roo was born? Does she secretly resent her son for stealing three eighths of her identity?

Christopher Robin goes by Christopher Robin instead of “Human” or something like that because he is a god among these foolish stuffed animals. He thinks himself above these literal playthings of his, and thus refuses to play by their rules.

Eeyore does not actually go by Eeyore. This is a lie Disney told us to prevent children from hearing the word “Ass.” You were never meant to know Eeyore’s first name. Now the secret is out and Eeyore is coming for us. Nobody is safe.

Star Watch - Baby & Running With Scissors

The first week of the Star Bomb continues! Or is it Star Strike? I like both tbh, but I’m so used to saying “[show] bomb” when it comes to seeing multiple episodes in one week… 

Ah well, details like that don’t matter! What matters is the show! 


It’s soooo nice to see the King and Queen of Mewni right off the bat! And Queen Moon was concerned about Glossaryck’s disappearance because it left Star alone on Earth… Queen Moon continues to be a caring Mom, in other words. I love her. ;u;

I love how King is just like “NOPE, exit stage right, not dealing with that creepo” when it comes to Star’s evaluator being pulled. They can’t be that bad, right? I mean, yeah, they were stuck in a jar and move via demonic smoke-cloud, but…come on.

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