What is a Tigger?
Piglet: It’s the most peculiar thing - for the longest time, I thought Rabbit didn’t like her.
Pooh: You know, Piglet, sometimes people care too much… I think it’s called ‘love’…
Piglet: Oh! Do you think we should tell Rabbit?
Pooh: Don’t worry, I believe he already knows…
teh way he snuggles that teddy bear while sitting on the bed is destroying me
I still have this episode on video tape, and let me tell you folks, it’s one of the best things I can remember from my childhood.
I say that about a lot of things, but seriously, this one is one that takes the cake. Because we don’t normally associate Rabbit of all people to be kind, compassionate, fatherly, etc. And this episode changed that.
Look at the sincerity of the animation in this WOW im hurt inside.
welp guys goodnight Im destroyed emotionally enough for today
That second gif kills meeee
THIS EPISODE FREAKING DESTROYED ME
IT DESTROYS ME
omigosh omigosh omigosh FAVORITE EPISODE EVER AND THERE’S A GIFSET I’M CRYING
See, this is why Rabbit has always been and always will be my favorite WtP character. Most people think he’s just a grump, but I challenge anyone to watch this episode and *not* be moved. It’s quite a powerful piece of children’s television, and just a powerful story in its own right.
I honest to God HATED this episode because it made me so sad. My parents tried to calm me by reminding me that Kessie comes back, but I was still on the verge of crying. (Overly attached to fictional characters even as a 6-year-old, y/y?)
And even if Rabbit were just a grump, anyone who hated him could still stfu because he is amazing when he’s grumpy.
Rabbit and Piglet in The Tigger Movie.
This little, 10-second bit gave me ALL THE FEELS.
“Pooh and his friends were given as gifts by author A. A. Milne to his son Christopher Robin Milne between 1920 and 1922. Pooh was purchased in London at Harrods for Christopher’s first birthday. Christopher later gave them to publisher E. P. Dutton, who in turn donated them to the New York Public Library.”
Oh my god. Oh my god.