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In which Pooh is always getting into jams … or honey

Yesterday an old friend from college dropped by.  Somewhere in the course of the conversation we started discussing a mutual friend.  Mostly what we discussed was that no matter how many things were going well in this friend’s life, they were always unhappy about something.

 

I pointed out that everyone has someone like this, an “Eeyore” in his or her life.  She looked at me and said, “I think you’re right” (NOTE TO READER: DUH! OF COURSE I’M RIGHT!!!)

 

“Yeah,” I continued “ and it doesn’t even make any sense because Eeyore is hanging out in the Hundred Acre Wood with all his good friends.  I mean, even WHEN he loses his tail somebody always finds it.” (Good point right???)

 

Fast forward to last night and Keely and I were driving to get a frozen yogurt.

 

Keely:             you know, I was listening to your conversation yesterday

 

Me:                  which one?

 

Keely:             about “everyone having an Eeyore in their life”

 

Me:                  it’s totally true.  My mother was an Eeyore

 

Keely:             not that part

 

Me:                  which part?

 

Keely:             the part about hanging out with that gang in the Hundred Acre Wood

 

Me:                  what about it?

 

Keely:             I think those guys would drive me nuts

 

Me:                  how so?

 

Keely:             I mean, look at Owl and Rabbit

 

Me:                  hmmmm…yeah

 

Keely:             I would rather hang out with a stupid person that people who think they’re smart but they aren’t

 

Me:                  that’s true …

 

Keely:             and Tigger?

 

Me:                  Tigger is awesome

 

Keely:             I think I’d have to be wasted to hang out with Tigger

 

Me:                  Tigger would be so much fun to party with though

 

Keely:             but not if you’re sober.  He’d drive you nuts

 

Me:                  that’s a good point.  He’s a bit hyper

 

Keely:             yeah

 

Me:                  … and Pooh is always getting into jams

 

Keely:             you mean honey?

 

Me:                  what?

 

Keely:             Pooh is always getting into honey!

 

Me:                  hahaha….right.  He’s always getting into jams getting into honey

 

Keely:             I made a great joke!

 

Me:                  I mean, first he gets stuck in Gophers hole

 

Keely:             … and then he got stuck in the Honey Tree

 

Me:                  well, he is a bear of very little brain

 

Keely:             … and Piglet’s so damn timid

 

Me:                  yeah, he’s looking down

 

Keely:             so ya see? I don’t know how much fun it would be in the Hundred Acre Wood with those guys.

 

Me:                  … and Christopher Robin is probably quite annoying ya know?

 

Keely:             so I don’t think it would be so much fun

 

Me:                  except for partying with Tigger

 

Keely:             do you realize that we just spent a 10 minute drive discussing which characters in the Winnie the Pooh World we’d want to be friends and hang out with?

 

Me:                  wow.  That’s impressive

 

Keely:             yeah, what does that say about us?

 

Me:                  that our life is fucking awesome.

 

And so it does.  What do you guys talk about with your 22 year old kids???

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15 Comments

  1. FFW
    September 18, 2012

    Pooh would be the guy you blame everything on, Tigger would be the friend that knows of all the awesome parties. Eeyore is the manic-depressive. I fired an Eeyore once. Hell, I fired, like, nine Eeyores.

    • Lynn
      September 18, 2012

      my mom was an Eeyore but was never amused when we called her that …

  2. Emily Woodhouse
    September 18, 2012

    “End of the road… nothing to do… and no hope of things getting better. Sounds like Saturday night at my house.”
    -Eeyore
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    • Lynn
      September 18, 2012

      hahahaha…i do love those guys so very much

  3. Nancy Jones
    September 18, 2012

    I better have may tiggers that Eeyores in my life. It’s kind of depressing have many Eeyores. What an awesome conversation you shared!
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  4. Mayor Gia
    September 18, 2012

    Hahah good point about Tigger. He seems all coked out as it is…not easy to be sober pals with.
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    • Lynn
      September 18, 2012

      yeah…he’d drive you nuts right??

  5. Liz
    September 18, 2012

    My last conversation with my 22 year old cousin (I’m 13 years older) was about how ridiculously stupid she was not to get a picture taken with John Cho (the actor) when she picked him up at the airport and then proceeded to have dinner and drinks with him before taking him to his hotel. She’s working with the Obama campaign and he was in town for some events. Her job was shuttling him around. I would’ve be ALL OVER taking pictures with him and posting them all over Facebook, but apparently she’s more mature than me. :) So… just a little bit different of a conversation. :)
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    • Lynn
      September 18, 2012

      i would have gotten the picture too

  6. Jester Queen
    September 18, 2012

    My 22 year olds are still 8 and 5. I’ll letchaknow when we get that far. But I hated Pooh as a kid. Now, I like him. But I think I totally responded in seriousness the way you guys were responding in jest to those characters.

    • Lynn
      September 18, 2012

      hahaha…we love pooh in this family…How could you????? plus, my mom was totally an eeyore

  7. jeri
    September 20, 2012

    I was always more of a Paddington Bear kind of gal. I always thought all those Pooh characters were just kind of…poo.

    • Lynn
      September 20, 2012

      hahaha…no paddington bear for us though

      • jeri
        September 20, 2012

        What can I say? I’m a sucker for cute little boots.

        • Lynn
          September 21, 2012

          they are cute boots…i actually want a pair of cute boots myself. hmmmm

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