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November 21, 2007

SOON TO BE A FULL-LENGTH ANIMATED FEATURE

Cooking With Pooh

(Thanks to DavCat)

And just in case you were wondering if this is an actual book...)

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Sounds Craptastic!

Methinks Dave got hungry watching us write about the food we were planning to fling at Edgar.

I, for one, plan to Cook with Pooh A LOT. For my in-laws.

There's a companion book to this one coming out soon- "Drinking With Eeyore."

“Everything You’ll Need to Remember About Alzheimer’s” was a close second.

This may explain why Piglet mysteriously disappeared.

Annie--Followed by, Doing Uppers with Tigger

If you follow the link to Amazon, it says that people who bought this book also bought a game called "Bioshock", which is a shooter game which allows genetic modifications. Somehow, that seems wrong. Unless they were thinking about genentically modifying Pooh, and then shooting him. Which would be cool.

*throws a period up to properly complete her sentence*

Is Pooh a carnivore or a vegetarian? I need to know this if I'm gonna cook with him...

a.w.b.h. - no coincidence Drinking with Eeyore was written by "A.A." Milne ?

Well, 9, they genetically modified Christopher Robin into a girl on the latest Disney T.V. version of "Winnie the Pooh". So that actually makes a weird sort of sense.

insom - good point.
*snork* @ Auntie M Doing Uppers with Tigger. Your secret is safe with us.

Maybe Tigger should share with Eeyore... He always seemed kinda bummed....

And to think there have been times when I was worried about a lack of foodstuffs in the fridge. All I had to do was cook with Pooh.

Hey, no one is that "bouncy" without a little outside help. Not that I know anything about that, of course.

“Everything You’ll Need to Remember About Alzheimer’s” was a close second.
Posted by: CJrun | 04:38 PM on November 21, 2007

They hold "Alzheimer's Awareness Week." Several times a year.

Well, why shouldn't Punkin write a cookbook?

Whoa. Christopher Robin had a sex change? What is his/her name now???

Christina Robin. Duh.

Actually, it's now called "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" and Christopher Robin has been replaced by an annoying girl named Darby.

Yeah, Edgar. Darby. Duh.

Auntie M, Darby IS annoying. More cookies, Edgar?

You know, Darby totally reminds me of you.

Every time I see that title, I think that a publisher in Taiwan is screaming; "It translate how!!??"

Annie--you hear sumthin? Sounds like an angry mosquito.
*swat*

No seriously, look at the pictures. There really IS a slight resemblance.

AuntieM: Actually, it's now called "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" and Christopher Robin has been replaced by an annoying girl named Darby.

Annoying is right. Not even my 3 year olds will watch that show. And they'll watch almost anything else.

The sex change of Christopher Robin: A sign of the Apocalypse?

Cow pie, anyone?

Yeah, 9. I feel like Barry Manilow singing it's a small world couldn't half as bad as Auntie's link.

it's a small world is so lousy, it doesn't deserve to be a proper noun.

Any of that "Holy Mackerel" left, CJ? I'd rather have some of that. And a Pooh-free drink, please.

No Holy Mackerel, but we do have a can of tuna.

AuntieM - almost. It's a sign of the APoohcalypse.

snork @ Annie!

Auntie, no apocalypse after all.

"Contrary to published reports, Darby has not replaced Christopher Robin, who still appears intermittently in the series. He is voiced by newcomer Struan Erlenborn who gives him a british accent."
—Wiki

Darby is so annoying that she even made my browser shut down.

Why, oh, why do we have to mess with things that were perfectly fine the way they were? (One ticket for the geezer bus, please.)

He appears intermittently? So, do they have him locked up the rest of the time? If Darby is there most of the time, then she's effectively replaced Christopher Robin as the main human being.

Wait a minute... *checks emails* Yep, I sent this to Dave on the 8th.

Well, Pooh is a bear. In the woods.

So if we cook with Pooh, do we have to give Dizney a big piece of the pie? And nothing for AA Milne, of course. *evil stinkeye @ Dizney accounting meanies*

Cheryl, I'm sorry. Apparently, it's Edgar's fault.

We've owned a book titled "The Winnie The Pooh Cookbook" for years. My daughters make Pooh 'n' Piglet Pancakes fairly often, and they're great.

It never occured to me to check the recipe...

Meanie--ewww.

*snork* @ dances!

Annie--we'll give the accountants a big piece of CJ's cow pie, okay?

CJ has a cow? Are they aware of his agrarian restraining order?

*checks pea soup recipe*

Ick, Meanie. I'm glad I don't like split pea soup.

The book would explain a crapload of my Mom's cooking.

Can I say crapload?

Yeah and what's with those Poo Flees?

Wow. I really want to buy someone with the spelling skills of my 6-year-old nieces!

I think Pooh is fleeing from Darby, or possible terrorist squirrels who are trying to take over the Hundred Acre Woods.

That's terrible! Messing with an old story and giving beloved characters new experiences and settings!! Why... that would be like messing with Peter Pan!!

What? Oh. Nevermind.

Wow. I really want to buy something from someone with the spelling skills of my 6-year-old nieces!

I think Pooh is fleeing from Darby, or possible terrorist squirrels who are trying to take over the Hundred Acre Woods.

Sorry. No one should buy anything from me, as my editing skills can be....crappy.

*snork* AM. Maybe they are just pooey.

Oh, come on, CJ. Prequels and sequels are one thing, but Pooh is sacred. Er..you know what I mean.

You tell 'im, Auntie! I'll drink to that! (Slide me something that is a pretty blue, please.)

Winnie does need to be more careful with his hygene . . .

*slides a (Pooh-free) Blue Hawaiian to gjd*

It's the difference between locking Christopher Robin in his tree and replacing him with this Darby girl and making Darby his daughter who he introduces to his beloved childhood friends.

Editing is SOOOOOO important when posting things on eBay. That's just gross.

I think I used to have that onee buried in my drawer of not-much-used cookbooks, right underneath the Star Trek™ Cooking manual...

"Wow. I really want to buy something from someone with the spelling skills of my 6-year-old nieces!I think Pooh is fleeing from Darby, or possible[sp.] terrorist squirrels who are trying to take over the Hundred Acre Woods."

Thank you, AM. I needed that. (You are so gifted to always be able to make me something according my colour preference.)

Meanie--they ARE "possible" squirrel terrorists. I haven't interrogated them yet. By the time I'm done dumping hot gravy on them, they'll be confessing their terrorist ways! Also, in my defense, my blood sugar levels are dropping like a rock, causing "diabetic editing blockage". I'm waiting for my Chinese food to arrive.

Dumping hot gravy on them is a good idea b/c we learned in a previous blog that we can eat them.

Food's here. Back later, hopefully with improved coordination, spelling, and grammar abilities.

AM - but you'll have the same problems again in an hour...

AmerinParis, I know you are huddled under the covers with the cat, dreading tomorrow's commute, but it's safe to come out! There's hope for a better day!

BWAAAHAHAHA!!

I just walked in the door from work. My daughters were dismissed early from school today.

Guess what's for dinner?

ISIANMTU!

(PS - Auntie, I've always wanted to grade a teacher's work, for a change. Minus 1 for unclear reference)

BWAAAHAHAHA!!

I just walked in the door from work. My daughters were dismissed early from school today.

Guess what's for dinner?

ISIANMTU!

(PS - Auntie, I've always wanted to grade a teacher's work, for a change. Minus 1 for unclear reference)

BWAAAHAHAHA!!

I just walked in the door from work. My daughters were dismissed early from school today.

Guess what's for dinner?

ISIANMTU!

(PS - Auntie, I've always wanted to grade a teacher's work, for a change. Minus 1 for unclear reference)

Points deducted from Meanie for the dreaded Triple Post.

Meanie, you're stuttering!

GRRRRR!!

Bot swore to me it wouldn't post, so I kept trying.

I know - minus 50 points for idiocy.

Definately off topic, but it needs to be said now:


I am thankful for the laughs here guys & dolls. I hope y'all have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Gobble gobble!

Back on topic...

Meanie, I think that was the point a few threads back - never trust a BOT!

I would be thankful if THIS Bot went on vacation for the weekend.

Casey, you are so right. I am very thankful for this blog and this group of people. There are days when I barely have time to read, let alone post, but it is good to know that you are all there on the other side of my computer.

So whataya sayin,' gjd? We're a buncha Dust Bunnies?

*gives an offended sniff*

I do not have Dust Bunnies behind my computer.

I shoveled them all out yesterday.

Right there with ya!

Happy Thanksgiving to all my "cyberfriends"! (Like the Super Friends, only without the tights and capes...unless you wear them...NTTAWWT.)

And Dave, Judi & Walter: thank you for being brave enough to create this space for our group of assorted nuts to co-mingle!

Back. Food was TASTY! It's okay, Meanie. I get graded by sixth graders all day long. They're always looking for me to make a mistake. I try to make sure anything sent by e-mail/put on eBay/written on paper is error-free.

Kristie--I usually go 2-3 hours between sugar crashes. I have to go to Wally World at 7, so hopefully it'll hold off until then!

I'm grateful for the blog, too, in so many ways. And CJ? No one could EVER mistake you for a dust bunny!

The blog is good, and I actually did learn from it. I just try not to show it.

Wow AM, you dare to enter a Wal-Mart the day before Thanksgiving? Your either suicidal or Jack Bauer is your wingman because no sane person would ever go into that place alone today.

Dco - key word 'sane person.' Blog Night at Walmart! Wooohoooo!

I miss the old Wally Worlds with the phones on the steel columns and calling in crude price checks over the PA.

To Dave, and all, Happy Thanksgiving!
You know, I did have some misgivings
When I first posted here
But I found friends and good cheer
And you all help make each day worth living.

HAPPY TURKEY DAY to all my blog family!

I wish we could all gather around a huge Thanksgiving table together, eat, drink and be abso-frikkin-merry!!

I'll be sure to lift a glass to each and every one of you tomorrow! (If I go in alphabetical order from AnnieWBH, by the time I toast casey I ought to be sufficiently sh!t-faced enough to stand my own relatives!)

Love - The Poo's

Punkin - this thread and the brainiacs came up with the "special in-law menu" of pea soup and pooh bare.

Love and thanks to all......

Punk, you're not breast feeding, are you?

Just a short note to all...
Have a happy Thanksgiving.
"The thankful heart will find in every hour
Some Heavenly blessings.")
Henry Ward Beecher

Oh, one more thing...
GO SEMINOLES!!!!

Hey all! I'm back from Sarasota with my girl and hoping to enjoy Thanksgiving with my family. I also want to wish each and every one of you a very Happy Thanksgiving. Many blessings to you and yours from the Cruz girls. Thank you to Dave and judi for providing a gathering place full of laughter and craziness and for the opportunity to have met all of you. I'm thankful for the ones I've met personally and for those I would love to meet.

Cheers to my Blog family!!

Ha! I return, war-torn but successful, from Wally World. My mom is my wingman. She's got the handicapped license plate, and gets us the good parking. The creamed corn section was completely cleaned out. It was a horrible, gaping hole in the midst of the "regular" corn. You could see which poor, downtrodden husbands had been sent out to get one can of cherry pie filling, too. They looked sort of dazed. Good times!

OK, fine, I will be civil with everyone and be thankful for my blessings.

Except for Igloo. I officially hate Igloo... chomp.

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